Zircon Marine Nigeria
Zircon Marine Limited is an indigenous Nigerian Company led by a seasoned and professional team with international expertise in Vessel Charter Services, Procurement of Marine Equipment, Marine Logistics and Transshipment operations.
At Zircon Marine, we adhere strictly to global operational standards. Including the Oil Companies International Marine Forum (OCIMF) guidelines in the performance of our services. As well as the relevant Local Content, Cabotage and operational laws of the countries we operate in. Our West African operations extend to Benin Republic & Lome with a trained team. Who understand the importance of time management and safety during Ship to ship transfers.
In addition, Zircon Marine provides Charter services on oursâ€™ and 3rd party fleets to the downstream and Upstream sectors. Via the NOGIC platform and as one of the few approved Vessel providers on the Nigerian Content Development Board (NCDMB) platform. And on the approved list for most of the International Oil Companies in Operating in Nigeria.
The IOF, the umbrella acronym for our CSR initiative is named after our late founder, Innocent IK Okoye (1971 â€“ 2012). Whose dream and passion for a world-class Nigerian Marine services and charter company, lives on. Our CSR initiatives are generally centered on Sports development, Arts & Culture and Women empowerment primarily in the Marine Industry.
We have a weekly newsletter, through which we keep our clients abreast of the weather forecast in all our operational locations. As well relevant information occurring in the industry.
Zircon Marine strives to be the Number One Indigenous Company for Vessel Charter and Maritime operations in West Africa.
158, Sinari Daranijo Street, Victoria Island Annex, Lagos, Nigeria.
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Our 24-hour Operations Team:
Jide â€“ +234 (0)809 993 6316
Tolu â€“ +234 (0)809 394 2249
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