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Neda Maritime prides itself for maintaining all the vessels under its management to the highest possible technical standards, thus ensuring maximum reliability and safety and the optimum performance from ships and machinery to obviate damages, stoppages and down time. 

Meticulous and continuous maintenance of the vessels and their machinery ensures longevity and the shortest possible down time during a ship's lifetime. Ballast and cargo tank coatings of all vessels are subject to a continuous maintenance schedule to eliminate corrosion and the risk of perforation or cracks.

Neda's teams of technical professionals, both university graduates as well as certified seagoing engineers, closely monitor the efficient operation and performance of propulsion, auxiliary and ancillary machinery, ensuring reliability and economical operation.

The high quality of Neda's technical ship management is reflected in the company's excellent loss prevention record which in turn strengthens the company's insurance relationships and terms.

Performance and condition monitoring of ship's machinery is achieved both remotely by use of state of the art computer systems and software as well as by frequent on-board visits and inspections by our technical superintendents. Including our permanent Neda technical satellite office in Osaka, Japan, the ratio of vessels per Neda superintendent engineer is 2:1.

New Buildings
Neda has a long and proud history in ship design and construction, having commissioned and built over 100 new vessels under its direct supervision since its first newbuilding order in 1896 in the United Kingdom. More recently, between 2008 and 2012 we have supervised the construction of 15 vessels in South Korea and China, of which 7 were Capesize Bulk Carriers and 2 were VLCC Tankers.

Our team of naval architects, engineers and project managers supervises all newbuilding construction phases, including pre-contract consultancy and plan approval. They ensure that the vessels are constructed not only in strict conformity with statutory and classification regulations, but also in accordance with our own exacting standards of quality, design and performance.