Overseas Marine Certification Services-Dubai

Overseas Marine Certification Services-Dubai

Overseas Marine Certification Services (OMCS) was appointed by the Panama Maritime Authority (PMA) as a Recognized Organization and a Recognized Security Organization due to the increasing necessity on the maritime industry of having a diversified qualified team of professionals dealing with maritime safety aspects. OMCS is an independent risk assessment institution which provides services of certification, classification, verification and consultancy services and products.

OMCS main vision is to provide a quality oriented, reliable, flexible and cost effective statutory and classification service to world-wide maritime industry, always having the safety of life at sea and the protection of the marine environment as our outmost priority. OMCS is strongly committed to quality and continuous improvement aiming at full customer satisfaction through systematic training of all our staff and surveyors. OMCS has a clean record with all Port State Control MOU's and it is by far your best alternative for all your needs in this competitive worldwide shipping industry.

In order to deliver a service according to the maritime industry expectations, the society has established a worldwide network of offices distributed throughout the major ports of the world. The staff consists mainly of highly qualified naval architects, marine engineers, master mariners and other engineers and technical personnel with related qualifications. OMCS's Head Office is located at Balboa, Panama.

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Office 101 Room 106 Art Tower

Al Mina Road, Burdubai

 B.O. Box:

487211 Dubai


00+971 4 4317652


Panama +507.6676.8505 / Dubai +971 50 1048562


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  • 2023-03-18
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