Naval Vessel Husbandry

Naval Vessel Husbandry

15 Years’ Experience Supporting Multiple Navies Globally

Our services include:

  • Forward deployment team concierge services
  • Fresh water supply
  • Providoring
  • Fuel and lubricants
  • Waste and sewerage removal
  • Security/force protection services (alongside or at sea)
  • Communications services
  • Transportation services including ship-to-shore transfers
  • Foreign exchange services
  • Port services (pilots, tugs, cranes, brows, linesmen, forks, port clearances, berths, cargo handling, customs and quarantine)
  • Ship handling
  • Helo clearances, dive clearances
  • Crew repatriation

When it comes to naval vessel husbandry, STRATLOG has your problem solved.

The highly experienced STRATLOG team has successfully provided reliable, low risk integrated logistics outcomes for military and civilian clients for over a decade. The STRATLOG team have successfully supported deployable operations in over 50 countries and 200 locations around the world.

STRATLOG’s intimate understanding of regional support requirements, low risk commercial and operational solutions and ability to meet planned and surge requirements make them the trusted supplier of choice to Government agencies in the region.

Our strengths and capabilities enable to more fully meet client needs for reliable, low risk, value for money specialist services, with complete cost transparency.

We offer unique advantages to our clients, such as a proven, transparent network of suppliers and one point of contact to provide assured, flexible tailored and integrated contingency and sustainment logistics.

Our service model leverages financial strength, stability and physical resources with systems and processes, personal touch and low overheads of a smaller specialist business.

Our offer includes key logisticians and operatives situated throughout the Asia Pacific, providing specialised on ground support, and operations managers to provide a consistent point of contact for your team throughout their deployments.

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