SQE Marine and HudsonAnalytix Create Risk Management Alliance
SQE Marine of Piraeus, Greece, and HudsonAnalytix, headquartered in the Philadelphia area of the United States, announce they have formed a Teaming Agreement between their respective organizations for collaboration in the broad area of maritime risk management. They will be working jointly to offer one another's services and products to the shipping industry and to develop new offerings encompassing compliance, training and consulting.
HudsonAnalytix and SQE Marine boast both diverse and complimentary capabilities and regional strengths. The Teaming Agreement creates a powerhouse that can serve and support its clients and the international shipping and maritime transportation industry as a whole. Both firms are answering today’s needs but are now positioned to support the future challenges faced by the industry in risk management. Clients can expect broader service and product offerings, competitive pricing and the highest quality standards delivered by a combined force of known and technically proficient staff.
HudsonAnalytix CEO Cynthia A. Hudson explains that a deeper presence in the Greek shipping community, and a European facing operation, augments Hudson’s already successful locations and operations in Piraeus and Rome/Naples. “For us it is all about being the best provider of risk management services, offering the highest benefit to the client” observed Hudson. “We are very pleased to work so closely with SQE Marine, a firm for whom we have the highest regard.”
In Hudson’s view, HudsonAnalytix’ solid technical approach to this industry, whether in U.S. trade support or international areas like cyber risk and security management, work well to add breadth and depth to SQE Marine in new areas. SQE Marine Consulting, Ship Documentation, training events and many other offerings in turn support and enlarge the HudsonAnalytix mission and will be promoted by them.
Apostolos Belokas, Managing Director of SQE Marine, remarked that he welcomes this new collaboration with HudsonAnalytix: “We share common values and a vision about the future of the shipping industry and its need to embrace practical risk management” he stated. “Industry is changing at an unprecedented rate. It is even more critical to offer a global platform of excellence leveraging off decades of combined experience.” Belokas is also the Managing Editor of Safety4Sea, a multichannel information and events platform.
HudsonAnalytix (www.hudsonanalytix.com) is an international marine consultancy conglomerate of organizations designed to help our clients meet their regulatory, commercial and operational needs efficiently, effectively and profitably. Its divisions include HudsonMarine for maritime technical services; HudsonTrident for security; HudsonSystems software applications; HudsonDynamix for training: and HudsonCyber for government and commercial companies in understanding, managing and mitigating their enterprise cyber risk. HudsonTactix is another HudsonAnalytix company, which deals with maritime claims management.
SQE Marine (www.sqemarine.com, www.safety4sea.com) is a leading world class provider of Safety, Quality and Environmental Solutions including consulting, training and information products and services to the marine transportation market. Founded in 1998, and located in Piraeus, Greece, SQE Marine has been successfully providing a product and service range to a large international client base, in excess of 1,200 clients over the last 20 years, operating a DNV GL Certified Training Center and a LR ISO 9001 certified management system. Technical competence coupled with responsive and competitive service is at the core of the SQE Marine business management system and operations. The SQE Marine vision aligns well with that of HudsonAnalytix, to provide market leadership for the global maritime transportation industry that delivers solutions which maximize client benefit and minimize risk.
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