NBS Maritime Launches Wholesale for Ship Suppliers

Maritime Activity Reports, Inc.

October 3, 2016

Photo: NBS Maritime

Photo: NBS Maritime

 NBS Maritime, one of the leading ship supply companies in the Black Sea region, launches wholesale of ship supply items, tailored to the needs of ship chandlers in the area.

The company is importing directly from well selected producers and is maintaining a regular stock of a large range of products, frequently required by maritime users.
Alexandrov, Founder and Managing Director of NBS Maritime said: “We decided to cater for this wholesale segment mainly because of our own past experiences with product shortages, or inadequate balance between product availability, price and delivery times for specialized products."
He added:" This is where NBS Maritime will be of benefit for the ship supply businesses. Due to our expertise, long experience in the maritime sector and efficient procurement and inventory management, we are able to offer product availability and rock bottom pricing.”
NBS Maritime is specialized in providing a full range of services tailored to the specific needs of shipping businesses: ship supply and logistics, maritime communications solutions, and marine electronics service. 
The company has a network of offices in Bulgaria, Romania and Turkey, and covers ports in the Black Sea region, as we as key ports in over 45 countries worldwide. The company was knows as NaviBulgar Services earlier.
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