Del Mar Signs Agency Agreement with Ciramar

By Eric Haun
Friday, August 01, 2014
Dante Badaracco, Commercial Director of Ciramar Shipyards (left); Marnin Castillo, Senior Sales Manager of Ciramar Shipyards (center) and Rubén Diaz, President of Del Mar Marine Corp. (right).

Del Mar Marine Corp. announced it has signed an agency agreement with Ciramar Shipyards allowing the company to promote Ciramar Shipyard´s docking and facilities in Dominican Republic as well as its services globally. The agreement was signed during the event Maritime Week Americas (MWA) held at Riu Hotel in Panama City on May 22, 2014, at the Ciramar Shipyards booth.

Del Mar Marine Corp. was established on 1999 in Miami with two overseas branches in Panama (Del Mar Panama SA) and the United Kingdom (Del Mar Europe Ltd.) and represents more than 50 shipyards around the world. Marine equipment manufacturers also have a loyalty program named Del Mar Membership Program to reward shipowner and ship manager members.

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