People are at the heart of Mr. Marine. Their hard-work, dedication, and enthusiasm are essential in achieving our mission to keep vessels safe and compliant anywhere in the world. Taking care of our people and the team are two of our core values that define our inclusive and healthy working environment. We consistently support the […]
December, often considered the month of giving, emphasizes the spirit of generosity and philanthropy, fostering individuals to extend acts of kindness towards others. Stichting Hand to Hand is a foundation committed to enhancing the well-being of communities in Gambia, with a strong focus on facilitating the access to good education of the Gambian people. In […]
Mental health is a universal human right, positioned at the center of our personal welfare and quality of life. It is essential to develop our self-awareness around mental health to improve efficiency, support a dynamic and diverse work environment, and establish strong interpersonal relations. At Mr. Marine, we embrace this perspective, investing in a culture […]
Mr. Marine will take part in Europort 2023, one of the most important events in the maritime industry. From 7th-11th of November, you can meet us in Hall 7, stand 7405. We look forward to meeting you!
Mr. Marine Atlas Marine Services is excited to announce its participation at the International Maritime Purchasing Association (IMPA) Maritime Procurement Event in Athens, Greece.
Mr. Marine is excited to announce the opening of the new office in Thessaloniki. We look forward to writing an extraordinary chapter in the history of our organization in this city!
Is your vessel sailing to the USA? Then, you must have a Vessel General Permit (VGP) to validate that the Ballast Water Treatment System (BWTS) onboard complies with the regulatory standards.
Mr. Marine announces a new addition to its portfolio – Mr. Marine Atlas Marine Services, strengthening our presence in Singapore!
UTI is a detector used to measure the ullage, temperature, and the oil-water interface onboard tankers. In this blog post, we examine its functions, principles of working and calibration.
The Ballast Water Management Convention requires all vessels to implement a Ballast Water Management Plan to ensure compliance with the standards and procedures for the management of the vessels’ ballast water and sediments.