Looking into the Future
If you want to gear a company to the future,
you have to answer the below 3 fundamental questions:
What do you stand for?
What sets you apart?
How will you achieve long-term success?
Having clearly answered these three questions,
we are paving our way to a successful future, focusing on…
A clear mission
A mission expresses a company’s self-understanding and deﬁnes its aspirations. “Deliver what we promise” is our mission and what inspires us every day. That’s what we stand for. That’s what sets us apart. A reflection of our quality services and superior products, is the mission that aspires us to succeed.
A corporate culture adopted by everyone
“Surpassing our client’s expectations” is not just our corporate culture message, but the promise that every employee takes personal responsibility to deliver, in order to contribute to our Company’s success.
A strategy, that leads to business growth
Maritech Group, established in 1977, is an engineering and manufacturing company that offers to the shipping industry trustworthy Spares Parts and Machinery, excellent engineering services and superior Environmental Technologies.
Focusing on our commitment for success and quality services Maritech Group operates 3 separate divisions, fully dedicated, specialized to its competent sector.
A leading team
Our people are assigned a starring role on our strategy for growth and evolution. Working together, we are performing better, we are achieving more and we always deliver superb services of high professionalism.
A diverse workforce and an inclusive work environment are vital to our success, leading to greater innovation and better solutions to our client’s benefits.
New EVENT- 14 Nov 17 – The Horizon is Crowded Maritech Group & Clean Marine Participate at Greener Shipping Summit 2017
Discover our Innovative Engineering Programs for PHE & FWG plates
that can help you reduce your OPEX and maximize your machineries performance.
Shipping is the cornerstone of global trade and the life blood of the world’s economy with more than 90% of the global trade carried by ships. The size and scale of shipping also means that shipping has significant environmental impact in absolute terms even if it is comparatively green.