The team with the get-it-done attitude
E.N. Shipping Services’ experts possess 25+ years of maritime expertise from both the private and public sector. We have a thorough understanding of maritime regulations, procedures and practices along with the digitalization. Therefore we are able to take a cross-sectoral look at the things, set the strategy and goals and to work out the details as well.
We focus on maritime projects management but can provide the consultancy and analytics as well. Depending on the project scope we engage international partners to deliver the best results exceeding the customers’ expectations.
Some of our recent projects:
Development of Specifications for the Design and Implementation of a Port Community System in the Maritime Port of Constanța
Description: preparation of a Feasibility Study for the development of a Port Community System (PCS) in Port of Constanta with (Constanta zone, Midia zone, Mangalia Zone, Basarabi Zone, Tomis Marina) to contribute to the full integration and digitalization of the maritime transport chain, including the hinterland.
See the Press Release
Development of the Innovative Ice-breaking Bow
Description: designing an innovative removable icebreaking bow, which can be attached to smaller tugboats, requiring less push force and therefore uses significantly less fuel consumption compared to traditional icebreaking vessels
Revision of Estonian maritime law
Description: analysis and amendments of the Estonian Merchant Shipping Act
Result: draft law and explanatory letter delivered to the Client
Preliminary Assessment of M/S Estonia
Result: several sea surveys carried out, incl. ADCP, glider, photogrammetry, laser survey, MESOTECH, 4K videos, sub-bottom profiling
Georgia: Feasibility Study for the Development of a
Port Community System (PCS)
Description: preparation of a Feasibility Study for the development of a Port Community System (PCS) in Georgia’s Sea Ports to contribute to the full integration and digitalization of the maritime transport chain.
Result: 264 pages report covering all Georgian sea ports describing the “as-is” situation and proposing the “to-be” situation encompassing strategy, legal space, human factors and ICT. A comprehensive road map to building the PCS was given.
Analysis and description of “as-is” in Estonian small harbors
Description: analysis of the existing situation of Rohuküla and Roomassaare ports
Result: analysis and description of “as-is” delivered to the Client
Client: Saarte Liinid AS