Seven Seas, Five Divisions, One Supplier

Ship Supplies, Stores and Provisions — By on September 10, 2015 at 8:39 AM

Seven Seas, the leading supplier of provisions, technical, equipment, spare parts and services to the marine and offshore sectors, has separated its portfolio of products and services into five distinct business units as part of a much wider strategy to overhaul the international ship supply and port agency sectors.

The five new umbrella divisions are:

  1. Seven Seas Ship Supply
  2. Seven Seas Marine Spares
  3. Stromme, Cleaning Solutions, the company’s cargo hold and vessel cleaning division
  4. Wave Shipping,   which adds port agency services to Seven Seas’ portfolio
  5. Cubisol, Maritime IT Solutions

Seven Seas’ Chief Executive Officer Lars Rosenkrands said: “The consolidation of Seven Seas’ range of new and existing products and services into five distinct business units creates a more simplified, dedicated structure from which we can better serve our customers. Essentially, this more customer-focused structure provides for greater agility in responding swiftly to our customers’ supply chain requirements. We see agility as a very strong differentiator in an often dynamic, complex and highly competitive marketplace.”

Referring to the addition of maritime IT and port agency solutions to Seven Seas’ existing portfolio, Rosenkrands said that the introduction of these new services is “demonstrative of our commitment to providing full service capability”.

“Offering a full suite of innovative port agency solutions, we see Wave Shipping as an inspiring, game-changing business unit that is already bringing disruptive improvements to port agency services. There are exciting synergies between the ship supply and port agency sectors which we are working on optimising as integrated solutions in order to deliver on our mission to provide a higher level of control, transparency and consistency in serving our customers and partners within the maritime industry.

“All our services will be underpinned by Cubisol – our maritime IT solutions business. This new business stream will be the backbone to all our customers’ shipping solutions, providing qualified decision support, enhanced communications and supply chain integration, with a focus on reducing the total cost of operations.”

Speaking of the other business units in the group, Rosenkrands said: “The Marine Spares division, which has operated from Germany to serve primarily the European market, will now be expanded globally with a network of technical experts in key countries. We have also appointed a new Managing Director for the Stromme business unit, Graham Hunter, who will lead the expansion of the cargo hold and vessel cleaning division into new market areas”.

Commenting on the development strategy, Hunter said: “Stromme has a strong legacy of innovation and bringing quality cleaning solutions to our customers. These are exciting times as we expand our geographic presence and significantly strengthen our efforts, to reinforce our customer commitment.”

About Seven Seas

Seven Seas is a global maritime services group specializing  in the provision of general ship supplies, stores, spare parts and leading technical maritime brands through its extensive network of more than 600 ports. Founded in 1971, Seven Seas’ vision is to be the most innovative, agile, solutions driven, global concierge in the maritime industry. Seven Seas operates in 18 countries throughout Asia Pacific, Middle East and Africa, Europe and the Americas, with a  global network of 1000 professionals focused on delivering exceptional customer service that “Keeps you Sailing”.

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