Strategic Marine has historically shown the capability to provide its clients, whether they are Government, Private or Commercial, with a high level of efficiency and effectiveness.
The shipbuilding company's record of excellence in the areas of offshore maritime design and construction, pre- and post-delivery services and its proven ability to remain within budget, has been underpinned by a history of repeat business from respected international clients.
Strategic Marine's long-established Business Management Systems ensure that specifications are met and that Company operations are managed professionally every step of the way.
These systems strengthen Strategic Marine's continued success in increasing local workforce skills to international standards. This has provided overseas shipyards with the necessary skills to grow into premier shipbuilding facilities.
Strategic Marine's ability to seamlessly transfer skills and technology to offshore shipyards has been proven time and time again. The Company's commitment to training local workforces was a key driver in pioneering the first apprenticeship scheme in Vietnam.
This Strategic Marine sponsored scheme will see 55 Vietnamese undertake a two-year course in a range of specialised shipbuilding practices.
The scheme was developed in conjunction with Vietnam's Hong Lam Vocational College, and has been adapted from similar programs currently operating in Australia. The scheme is expected to boost the national government's plans to expand and modernise its shipbuilding industry, while helping the company to further upgrade skill levels at the yard.
The program has been designed to give Vietnamese trainees the theoretical and practical experience they need to become skilled welders and fabricators.
As demand on our current shipbuilding capacity steadily increases, Strategic Marine continues to actively seek out new opportunities to expand. Focusing on building for the future, Strategic Marine continues the expansion of our global shipbuilding capacity with the focus now turning towards European markets.