Panoramana Economico features Seaman Solutions

Seaman Solutions, an effective alternative for seafarers!


By Panorama Económico Editor


Panama is known worldwide for being a reference country in merchant shipping, to such an extent that it is a leader in the flagging of ships, with a registry of more than 8,500 vessels, which represents 16 percent of the world’s marine fleet.


This is a great advantage for our country, but also a great challenge that demands the responsibility of offering a professional, optimal and agile service for ships, officers and crew.


In order to meet these needs, has been installed in Panama, Seaman Solutions, an innovative digital company, which aims to manage all the certification of seafarers.


The company Seaman Solutions is a portal that has to promote the registry of Panama, specialized in the management of seafarers’ books, courses of Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping (STCW), all in an agile and efficient way, making it possible to manage all certifications online.


With offices in Belgium and Panama, this company collaborates with various prestigious shipping companies worldwide to obtain certificates for seafarers working on different offshore projects, such as fixed platforms, cruise ships and recreational vessels.


One of its major clients is Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC), the world’s second largest shipping company.


The company’s mission is to bring together ship managers, operators, recruiters, and all seafarers on a single platform, where they can access and certify their seafarers.


In this software, customers will find the necessary guidance and technical knowledge on documents, requirements and complete processes to apply for and obtain seafarers’ books, course approvals, endorsements and STCW training.


The mission is to provide the documents in a digital and organized way, giving ship’s officers and seafarers access to all the necessary information, so they know when to renew their documents and validate them.


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