The maritime industry in the Philippines is a dynamic and integral component of the nation’s economy and global trade network. With over 7,000 islands and a strategic location in Southeast Asia, the Philippines has a rich maritime heritage and a vast coastline that stretches across the archipelago. The country is renowned for its highly skilled and competent seafarers who are sought after worldwide for their professionalism and expertise. Filipino seafarers comprise a significant portion of the global maritime workforce, occupying key roles on various types of vessels, from cargo ships to cruise liners. Moreover, the Philippines hosts a thriving shipbuilding and ship repair industry, with numerous shipyards and facilities catering to both domestic and international markets. These shipyards contribute to the country’s industrial output and provide employment opportunities for thousands of Filipinos. Despite facing challenges such as competition from other maritime nations and issues related to maritime safety and security, the maritime industry in the Philippines continues to grow and evolve, bolstered by government support, strategic investments, and a commitment to excellence in maritime education and training.

Major Ports Supported
  • Manila Port: Situated in the capital city, Manila Port is the largest and busiest port in the Philippines, handling a significant portion of the country’s maritime trade and serving as a vital hub for both domestic and international shipping.
  • Cebu Port: Located in the central Visayas region, Cebu Port is a crucial maritime gateway, facilitating trade and commerce between the Visayas, Mindanao, and Luzon regions. It serves as a key hub for passenger ferries, cargo vessels, and cruise ships.
  • Davao Port: Situated in the southern Philippines on the island of Mindanao, Davao Port is the primary seaport serving the Davao Region. It plays a crucial role in facilitating trade and economic activities in the region, handling various types of cargo and accommodating both domestic and international vessels.
  • Batangas Port: Located in the province of Batangas, south of Manila, Batangas Port is a major seaport serving the Calabarzon region. It is an essential hub for domestic and international shipping, handling a diverse range of cargo, including containerized goods, bulk commodities, and petroleum products.
  • Subic Bay Port: Located in Zambales province on the west coast of Luzon, Subic Bay Port is a former U.S. naval base turned freeport zone and seaport. It is a major industrial and logistics hub, offering modern port facilities, ship repair services, and strategic access to the South China Sea.
Services Offered
  • Annual and 5 Yearly inspection of Life saving appliances including Lifeboat, Rescue boat. Inspection of Immersion Suit Testing, Inspection, & Repair Liferaft. Inspection of Fire Fighting System, Load Testing, Ship and Cargo Hold Fumigation. EEBD and SCBA, Marine Safety Products Supply