At Match Shipping Management, your satisfaction is our Priority

We recognize the importance of each vessel’s specific requirements. Match’s personnel efficiently provide the necessary advance preparation and attention to details required to ensure a timely, cost efficient transit, and or port call. Additionally, ongoing communication is maintained with the client’s vessels in the canal area via modern communications equipment, assuring that each vessel’s needs are provided for on timely basis.

Each transit and or port call is fully and professionally documented, and all accounts are submitted promptly. Care is taken to explain all charges in detail, and to ensure the supporting documentation is properly verified and attached.

Match maintains a close working relationship with the Canal Authorities and Port Authorities, enabling us to intercede on behalf of vessel’s operators when required. Additionally, we keep our customers informed of any change in regulations, and any other conditions which may affect vessels transiting the canal and or calling at Panamanian ports.

Our experience in canal transit assistance and a staff of fully qualified bilingual personnel are dedicated to serve ships, operators, and charterers in every way.

Match Shipping Management is a dynamic transit agency offering professional representation of one the most vital waterways in the world.

Match shipping provides expert service within the following areas:

. Owners, Charters, and Operators representation

. Efficient Panama Canal Transit assistance service

. Supervision and the speeding up of port operations within the port area

. Payment to governmental agencies of sufficient funds ensuring prompt. And smooth transit, as soon as advances are received on our external account.

. Prompt calculations of accurate proformas

. Arrangement and coordination’s of bunkers delivery

. Surveying

. Timely parts handling

. Providing of supplies

. Crew member’s transfers

. Arranging ship’s repairs

. Assistance on an around the clock basis to ships and crews.

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