Our company successfully works in the field of maritime transport since 1995. First, as "Maritime Representation "Flagman", and since 2005, after a reorganization as Maritime Shipping & Chartering Company "Flagman". The company is a member of the Union of Russian Shipowners (SOROSS), Maritime Academy of Transport (ITA) and partner of the European Academy of Natural Science (EANS) and has a Certificate of Compliance with international quality standards, international legal acts and regulations of the Russian Federation on the implementation of the freight operations of cargo and passengers in maritime communications issued by the GU "CB "Morlitsenziya" certification body of the System "Morshipservise", Ministry of Transport.

   The company's staff consists of experienced and professional specialists with special training and years of experience in the shipping business, who are experts of internal audits of shipping organizations to meet the requirements of the International Safety Management Code (ISM) that can provide qualified and competitive services to its customers.




Новости Capes hit two year low

Prices for a five-year-old capesize have fallen below $50m for the first time in almost 20 months, latest data shows.

Новости New HSC for Bornholm service launched in Australia

The Austal shipyard at Henderson, Australia, has launched the HSC ferry (hull no. 246) for Færgen A/S. The ferry will later this year officially be named Leonora Christina after the dishonoured queen, who was imprisoned at Hammershus castle on Bornholm.

Новости Arms more common in piracy waters

Although a vast majority still believes that arming civilian seafarers is a bad idea, acceptance of armed security personnel on ships transiting pirate infested waters has increased.

Новости Korean company in crisis sparks worry in bulker world

The second largest shipowning group in South Korea, Korea Line Corp, has applied for company rehabilitation. As a consequence, the company is not allowed to pay charter payments for up to 150 bulkers, charered in from around 60 owners, without permission from a court.

Новости Danish mariners are ready for armed guards

Danish captains and other officers are now ready to accept armed guards on board their ships on the passage of the Gulf of Aden and some areas of the Indian Ocean.

Новости Big rise in container traffic through Baltic ports

A report from the port of Klaipeda shows a significant rise in the container throughput in the major Eastern Baltic ports.

Новости Cape snapshot of KLC woe

Details of crushing charter payments which have sent Korea Line Corp to the edge of bankruptcy began to unfold today.

Новости Largest Baltic port sold in billion dollar deal

The Primorsk Trade Port that last year shipped 77.5 million tons of crude oil and oil products, have been sold for USD 2.15 billion.

Новости Deep Sea Supply moves into Malaysian offshore service market

Oslo-listed Deep Sea Supply plc is moving to get access to the growing offshore supply market in Malaysia, which is protected by strong cabotage regulations. Today it announced it has entered into an exclusive partnership agreement with two Malaysian partners, Efogen Sdn Bhd and a Malaysian government owned investment fund.

Новости Preventing piracy is the key

The Korean Navy deserves accolades for its bravery and tenacity in rescuing crew members of the Samho Jewelry, a chemical freighter hijacked by Somali pirates in the Arabian Sea.