Marstrat is a strategic consultancy firm based in
Rotterdam, the Netherlands. We provide a unique
combination of business, financial and operational
expertise to the maritime sector.
We have extensive experience, and an undisputed
track record in the maritime sector.
Marstrat simplifies, organises and supports in order to
solve your cross-disciplinary maritime challenges.
We speak the language of the sector and
understand the international markets.
We offer advice on shipping finance and (loan) restructurings and support with bank negotiations. Marstrat has an extensive network to arrange funding for new projects/asset acquisitions, through traditional or alternative sources of capital. We have a strong track record in maritime investment management.
Successful (international) business starts with excellent market insights. Marstrat offers in-depth market research, country reports and feasibility studies. Through our high-level network in the Dutch and international maritime community as well as in government we improve your public performance or find the right partner.
Our services in this area are focused on helping clients with improving their production processes in shipbuilding, and the implementation of change programs in maritime and offshore-related production companies. Services range from ICT and automation processes to big-data management.
Solving cross-disciplinary maritime challenges
Marstrat is a strategic consultancy firm based in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. We provide a unique combination of business, financial, and operational expertise to the maritime sector. Marstrat simplifies, organises, and supports in order to solve your cross-disciplinary maritime challenges. We speak the language of the sector and understand the international markets. We have extensive experience, and an undisputed track record in the maritime sector.
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