CrewInspector Pursues Business in Ukraine

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Wednesday, July 10, 2013

CrewInspector, an online crew management software provider, recently signed up with number of crew recruitment and crew management agencies based in Ukraine to provide its crewing software for businesses in Ukrainian market.

“We see that companies are looking for straight forward software solutions not requiring long set-up and integration. CrewInspector offers high quality solution at very attractive price and that’s the main reason why we are so popular among start-up and middle size crew management agencies. In the same time we fully satisfy the needs off larger organizations as well thanks to CrewInspector scalability,” said Andy Lipsberg, co-owner of CrewInspector.


Recent additions in Ukraine:


KDM Shipping in Kiev    
KDM Shipping is one of the leaders of the Ukrainian shipping industry, primarily involved in the niche segment of dry bulk river-sea freight in the Black, Azov and Mediterranean Sea regions.


Wellteam Marine crewing in Kherson
Wellteam Marine is a sole direct agent of a biggest Offshore Company  “Tidewater Marine” (USA) in Ukraine. Wellteam Marine is providing it’s services also to clients like Ahlers Maritime, Bourbone Offshore, Topaz Marine and others among them.


Navis Crew Management in Odessa
Navis Crew Management is young and dynamic crew recruitment agency based in Ukraine, recently nominated as an agent by Stanford Marine Group (UAE).


Kaas Crew Services in Odessa
Kaas Crew Services was launched in 2010 by former Head of Crewing at Flinter. Kaas Crew Services has a solid international network enabling to meet the clients’ need for manpower. Recently they have opened branch in Odessa, Ukraine.


Seagold Crewing in Kherson
Seagold Crewing provides crew recruitment for merchant fleet and specifically for oil and gas industry.

 

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