EMS Seven Seas(Singapore)

Singapore, Singapore

Expert Supplier

EMS Seven Seas is a global maritime services group serving merchant marine, offshore and defense customers. The company supplies general ship supplies, provisions, stores, spare parts and leading technical maritime brands through its extensive network of some 600 ports.

Founded in 1971, EMS Seven Seas specializes in supplying just want you need. Clients include leading ship managers and owners, professional catering businesses, military operations and offshore platforms.

We also provide our own product line, Stromme Marine Products, which is a wide range of quality marine equipment. Our products are engineered for dependability under rough conditions at sea by us and our partners. Years of experience in close cooperation with our customers have shaped the development of our product range. EMS Seven Seas is the exclusive distributor of Stromme products worldwide. The equipment complies with top European standards and has been designed for all kinds of ships, exploration rigs, fixed or floating production platforms.

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Authorized Agent or Distributor for:

  • Mari-Air (Authorised Agent, Authorised Installer/Repairer, Certified Genuine/Original Spares)
  • Mari-Air Fan (Authorised Agent, Authorised Installer/Repairer, Certified Genuine/Original Spares)
  • Mari-Clean High Pressure Cleaners (Authorised Agent, Authorised Installer/Repairer, Certified Genuine/Original Spares)


Verified as Member of
  • IMPA
  • ISSA


  • ISO 14001
  • ISO 9001:2008
  • ISO 22000:2005

EMS Seven Seas(Singapore)
5 Tuas Loop

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Ports Served

  • Dalian, CN
  • Guangzhou Pt, CN
  • Shanghai, CN
  • Tianjin, CN
  • Batam (ex Batu Besar), ID
  • Abashiri, JP
  • Aioi, JP
  • Anan, JP
  • Akita, JP
  • Chiba, JP
  • Fukui, JP
  • Gamagori, JP
  • Hachinohe, JP
  • Hiroshima, JP
  • Himekawa, JP
  • Kakogawa, JP
  • Kimitsu, JP
  • Kinuura, JP
  • Kagoshima, JP
  • Kushiro, JP
  • Maizuru, JP
  • Mizushima, JP
  • Moji/Kitakyushu, JP
  • Mutsure, JP
  • Muroran, JP
  • Kobe, JP
  • Boryeong, KR
  • Jinhae, KR
  • Inchon, KR
  • Koje, KR
  • Pohang, KR
  • Kwangyang, KR
  • Masan, KR
  • Mokpo, KR
  • Pyeongtaek, KR
  • Busan, KR
  • Donghae, KR
  • Dangjin, KR
  • Daesan 44, KR
  • Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, MY
  • Johor Bahru, MY
  • Pasir Gudang, Johor, MY
  • Port Klang (Ferry Port), MY
  • Batangas, Luzon, PH
  • Bataan, Mariveles, PH
  • Cebu, PH
  • Davao, Mindanao, PH
  • Manila, PH
  • Subic Bay, PH
  • Jurong, SG
  • Pasir Panjang Wharves, SG
  • Sembawang Port, SG
  • Singapore, SG
  • Tanjong Pagar, SG
  • Bangkok, TH
  • Hoping, TW
  • Hualien, TW
  • Keelung (Chilung), TW
  • Kaohsiung, TW
  • Ho Chi Minh City, VN