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THE FRANMAN STORY

Since 1991, Franman has provided a wide range of services to the shipping industry, focused on shipbuilding equipment, spare parts, ship repairs, service, consulting and security services.

When Costis J. Frangoulis established Franman, his vision was to extend his lifelong obsession with the sea and shipping into an organization providing high levels of diversified services to the shipping industry.

Three decades later and this obsession is shared by all the people who make up Franman today. Highly qualified and experienced professionals, undergoing continuous technical and commercial training, to provide the highest levels of service and support. Franman’s first representation was Metritape from USA, makers of tank level gauging systems.

Today, Franman is proud to represent more than 130 leading companies from the Shipping industry and serve more than 600 shipping companies annually.

Costis J. Frangoulis Founder, President & CEO

BUSINESS ETHICS POLICY

Introduction

Franman (the "Company") has an excellent reputation of conducting all of our business according to the highest principles of business ethics. We are proud of this reputation. We are committed to conducting our business activities with honesty, and in full compliance with the applicable laws and regulations. We also believe in treating our employees with the same principles. Our ethical principles are the values that set the ground rules for all that we do as management and employees of Franman. As we seek to achieve responsible commercial success, we will be challenged to balance these principles against each other. In this respect the Company has set out a Code of Conduct, which is integrated into our Management System.

 

All members of Company personnel (directors, managers, employees) have a clear understanding where the Company stands on basic ethical issues, so that all can act accordingly. The Business Ethics Policy sets down the guidelines for business conduct at Franman. It is our firm intention that these standards and rules guide the actions of all personnel. We ask everyone to pledge his or her support to this important policy.

 

Code of Business Conduct

The Code of Business Conduct was prepared to provide members of personnel, as well as those with whom we do business, with a formal statement of the Company's commitment to the standards and rules of ethical business conduct. All members of personnel are expected to review this Code, and in so doing, agree to comply with its principles. This Code should be considered the basis on which each member of personnel conducts business on behalf of Franman, and is the cornerstone of Franman's ethical business practices.

A Code of Conduct cannot cover all circumstances or anticipate every situation. Members of personnel, encountering situations not addressed specifically by this Code should apply the overall philosophy and ethical standards observed by honorable people everywhere.

Situations that are not covered may be reviewed with managers, or as appropriate, senior management of the Company.

Use of Company Funds and Assets

The assets of the Company are to be used solely for the benefit of the Company and only for valid business purposes. The assets of Franman are much more than our equipment, inventory, company funds, or office supplies. They include technologies, concepts, business strategies and plans, financial data, and other information about our business. These assets may not be improperly used to provide personal gain for members of personnel or others. Members of personnel may not transfer any of the assets to other people, except in the ordinary course of business.

Confidential Information

As part of his/her job, a member of personnel may have access to confidential information about Franman, its customers, suppliers and competitors. Until material information has been made public, this information is not to be disclosed to coworkers who do not have a business need-to-know, nor to external physical or business entities for any reason except in accordance with established Company procedures, which may include confidentiality agreements when appropriate. Members of personnel may not use confidential information obtained on the job for personal financial gain through Company’s commercial activities or other personal financial transactions. "Confidential information" includes information or data on products, business strategies, information related to Principals, processes, systems, procedures, etc., as well as all financial data.

Conflicts of Interest (Personal Financial Interests & Outside Activities)

Members of personnel should avoid any outside financial activity that might influence their work, company decisions or actions. Members of personnel should also avoid outside employment or activities that materially decreases the performance, impartiality, judgment, effectiveness, or productivity expected from every one on his or her job. Specifically, they should avoid situations in which private interests conflict or interfere with the loyalty to the Company. Conflicts can arise from situations that may result in a direct benefit or from situations that have a negative impact on the Company. Examples of conflicts include the following situations: 1) using the position in the Company to hire family members or friends, including consultants; 2) making significant use of Company time or resources for private personal interests such as surfing the net or doing private mailings; 3) making significant use of Company time and resources for commercial activities not related directly to the Company; 4) using position in the Company to influence purchasing decisions for own interests. These situations are provided as illustrations, so this list is not complete.

Dealing With Suppliers and Customers

Franman obtains and keeps its business because of the quality and value of our services, and the respect and confidence we instill in our customers. Conducting business with suppliers and customers can pose ethical or even legal problems, especially in the sector the Company is involved in, where local laws and practices may be different from those with which we are familiar. The following guidelines are intended to help all members of personnel to make the "right" decision in potentially difficult situations: Members of personnel may not accept neither offer gifts or money under any circumstances from and/or to suppliers or customers. Purchases or sales of goods and services must not lead to members of personnel or their families receiving personal rewards. Rewards may take many forms and are not limited to direct cash payments. In general, if a member of personnel stands to gain personally through the transaction, this is prohibited. Such practices are not only unethical, but in many cases may be illegal. Payments or offer of benefit of any kind other than those included in standard marketing policies of the Company may not be made to customers or prospective customers as an inducement for them to buy our services. The use of Franman's funds or assets for any unlawful or unethical purpose is strictly prohibited. Any payment which is improper when made by a member of personnel is likewise improper if made by a other third party on behalf of Franman, where Franman knows or has reason to know that the payment to a third party is for any purpose other than that disclosed on the payment documentation. It is accepted as a reasonable business practice, members of personnel to offer or accept entertainment to or from customers, principals, suppliers in the course of normal business communication. However, offering or accepting entertainment, that is not a reasonable adjunct to a business relationship, but is primarily intended to gain favor or influence, should be avoided. Agreements with agents, sales representatives, or consultants must be in writing in Company’s standard format, and must clearly and accurately set forth the services to be performed, the basis for earning the commission or fee involved, and the applicable rate or fee. Any such payments must be reasonable in amount, not excessive in light of the practice in the trade, and commensurate with the value of the services rendered. In some countries, local laws may prohibit the use of agents or limit the rate of commissions or fees.

Competitive Practices

Communications with Competitors

It is not illegal and may be appropriate for representatives of Franman and its competitors to meet and talk during business events, conventions, fairs etc. In such conversations, comment on such topics as pricing, sales levels, marketing methods, inventories, business goals, non-public market studies, and any proprietary or confidential information shall be avoided. Discussions regarding customers must be limited to the exchange of credit information. Information

About Competitors

As a business that competes in the marketplace, Franman may seek economic knowledge about its competitors. However, we will not engage in illegal or improper acts to acquire a competitor's trade secrets, customer lists, and information about company facilities, technical developments or operations. In addition, we will not hire a competitor's employees for the purpose of obtaining confidential information, or urge competitors' personnel, customers, or suppliers to disclose confidential information, nor shall we seek such information from competitors' employees subsequently hired by Franman.

Dealing With Each Other

Franman is committed to maintaining a positive constructive working environment where all members of personnel may pursue personal career satisfaction. Discrimination of any kind is not tolerated.

Implementation

This Business Ethics Policy outlines the way we want to treat others, as well as the way we want to be treated. All member of personnel are fully aware of this policy and are expected to adhere to it. Everyone is encouraged to consult with managers, as appropriate, prior to taking any action whenever the proper course of conduct is in doubt. Any failure to adhere to this policy may result in action, up to and including termination of employment. All members of personnel are expected to report violations of this policy. Such violations or any other inappropriate activity in the workplace may be reported to any member of management. The management of the Company shall always take appropriate action. Failure to report any violations of this policy, failure to cooperate with any investigation of any alleged violation of this policy or the submission of information that is known to be false in response to an investigation of any alleged violation of this policy is, in itself, a violation of this policy. Reprisal action against any member of personnel who in good faith reports suspected violation of this policy is not permitted, and any such reprisal actions will be deemed a violation of this policy. All managers are responsible for ensuring this policy is used to guide the actions of Associates. They are also responsible for investigating any alleged violations of the policy.

ACCREDITATIONS

Franman continues its successful course in providing quality services. Our objective is to meet and exceed our customers' needs and expectations through our quality management system.

Our company's system meets the requirements of the standard ISO 9001:2015 and is designed to enhance our efficiency. Our quality system has been certified by the Bureau Veritas certification body. Quality is the road to excellence and we are determined to be fully committed to this notion.

Continual improvement is our standard practice so that our services are the best available in the market today and in the future. Your support has been an invaluable factor to our achievements and we are confident that we will continue to enjoy it.

Introduction 


Franman (the "Company") has an excellent reputation of conducting all of our business according to the highest principles of business ethics. We are proud of this reputation. We are committed to conducting our business activities with honesty, and in full compliance with the applicable laws and regulations. We also believe in treating our employees with the same principles. Our ethical principles are the values that set the ground rules for all that we do as management and employees of Franman. As we seek to achieve responsible commercial success, we will be challenged to balance these principles against each other. In this respect the Company has set out a Code of Conduct, which is integrated into our Management System.


 

All members of Company personnel (directors, managers, employees) have a clear understanding where the Company stands on basic ethical issues, so that all can act accordingly. The Business Ethics Policy sets down the guidelines for business conduct at Franman. It is our firm intention that these standards and rules guide the actions of all personnel. We ask everyone to pledge his or her support to this important policy.

 

Code of Business Conduct


The Code of Business Conduct was prepared to provide members of personnel, as well as those with whom we do business, with a formal statement of the Company's commitment to the standards and rules of ethical business conduct. All members of personnel are expected to review this Code, and in so doing, agree to comply with its principles. This Code should be considered the basis on which each member of personnel conducts business on behalf of Franman, and is the cornerstone of Franman's ethical business practices.


A Code of Conduct cannot cover all circumstances or anticipate every situation. Members of personnel, encountering situations not addressed specifically by this Code should apply the overall philosophy and ethical standards observed by honorable people everywhere.

Situations that are not covered may be reviewed with managers, or as appropriate, senior management of the Company.

Use of Company Funds and Assets


The assets of the Company are to be used solely for the benefit of the Company and only for valid business purposes. The assets of Franman are much more than our equipment, inventory, company funds, or office supplies. They include technologies, concepts, business strategies and plans, financial data, and other information about our business. These assets may not be improperly used to provide personal gain for members of personnel or others. Members of personnel may not transfer any of the assets to other people, except in the ordinary course of business.

Confidential Information


As part of his/her job, a member of personnel may have access to confidential information about Franman, its customers, suppliers and competitors. Until material information has been made public, this information is not to be disclosed to coworkers who do not have a business need-to-know, nor to external physical or business entities for any reason except in accordance with established Company procedures, which may include confidentiality agreements when appropriate. Members of personnel may not use confidential information obtained on the job for personal financial gain through Company’s commercial activities or other personal financial transactions. "Confidential information" includes information or data on products, business strategies, information related to Principals, processes, systems, procedures, etc., as well as all financial data.

Conflicts of Interest (Personal Financial Interests & Outside Activities)


Members of personnel should avoid any outside financial activity that might influence their work, company decisions or actions. Members of personnel should also avoid outside employment or activities that materially decreases the performance, impartiality, judgment, effectiveness, or productivity expected from every one on his or her job. Specifically, they should avoid situations in which private interests conflict or interfere with the loyalty to the Company. Conflicts can arise from situations that may result in a direct benefit or from situations that have a negative impact on the Company. 
Examples of conflicts include the following situations: 1) using the position in the Company to hire family members or friends, including consultants; 2) making significant use of Company time or resources for private personal interests such as surfing the net or doing private mailings; 3) making significant use of Company time and resources for commercial activities not related directly to the Company; 4) using position in the Company to influence purchasing decisions for own interests. These situations are provided as illustrations, so this list is not complete.

Dealing With Suppliers and Customers


Franman obtains and keeps its business because of the quality and value of our services, and the respect and confidence we instill in our customers. Conducting business with suppliers and customers can pose ethical or even legal problems, especially in the sector the Company is involved in, where local laws and practices may be different from those with which we are familiar. The following guidelines are intended to help all members of personnel to make the "right" decision in potentially difficult situations:
Members of personnel may not accept neither offer gifts or money under any circumstances from and/or to suppliers or customers.
Purchases or sales of goods and services must not lead to members of personnel or their families receiving personal rewards. Rewards may take many forms and are not limited to direct cash payments. In general, if a member of personnel stands to gain personally through the transaction, this is prohibited. Such practices are not only unethical, but in many cases may be illegal.
Payments or offer of benefit of any kind other than those included in standard marketing policies of the Company may not be made to customers or prospective customers as an inducement for them to buy our services. The use of Franman's funds or assets for any unlawful or unethical purpose is strictly prohibited. Any payment which is improper when made by a member of personnel is likewise improper if made by a other third party on behalf of Franman, where Franman knows or has reason to know that the payment to a third party is for any purpose other than that disclosed on the payment documentation.
It is accepted as a reasonable business practice, members of personnel to offer or accept entertainment to or from customers, principals, suppliers in the course of normal business communication. However, offering or accepting entertainment, that is not a reasonable adjunct to a business relationship, but is primarily intended to gain favor or influence, should be avoided.
Agreements with agents, sales representatives, or consultants must be in writing in Company’s standard format, and must clearly and accurately set forth the services to be performed, the basis for earning the commission or fee involved, and the applicable rate or fee. Any such payments must be reasonable in amount, not excessive in light of the practice in the trade, and commensurate with the value of the services rendered. In some countries, local laws may prohibit the use of agents or limit the rate of commissions or fees.

Competitive Practices


Communications with Competitors


It is not illegal and may be appropriate for representatives of Franman and its competitors to meet and talk during business events, conventions, fairs etc. In such conversations, comment on such topics as pricing, sales levels, marketing methods, inventories, business goals, non-public market studies, and any proprietary or confidential information shall be avoided. Discussions regarding customers must be limited to the exchange of credit information.
Information

About Competitors


As a business that competes in the marketplace, Franman may seek economic knowledge about its competitors. However, we will not engage in illegal or improper acts to acquire a competitor's trade secrets, customer lists, and information about company facilities, technical developments or operations. In addition, we will not hire a competitor's employees for the purpose of obtaining confidential information, or urge competitors' personnel, customers, or suppliers to disclose confidential information, nor shall we seek such information from competitors' employees subsequently hired by Franman.

Dealing With Each Other


Franman is committed to maintaining a positive constructive working environment where all members of personnel may pursue personal career satisfaction. Discrimination of any kind is not tolerated.

Implementation


This Business Ethics Policy outlines the way we want to treat others, as well as the way we want to be treated. All member of personnel are fully aware of this policy and are expected to adhere to it. Everyone is encouraged to consult with managers, as appropriate, prior to taking any action whenever the proper course of conduct is in doubt. Any failure to adhere to this policy may result in action, up to and including termination of employment.
All members of personnel are expected to report violations of this policy. Such violations or any other inappropriate activity in the workplace may be reported to any member of management. The management of the Company shall always take appropriate action.
Failure to report any violations of this policy, failure to cooperate with any investigation of any alleged violation of this policy or the submission of information that is known to be false in response to an investigation of any alleged violation of this policy is, in itself, a violation of this policy. 
Reprisal action against any member of personnel who in good faith reports suspected violation of this policy is not permitted, and any such reprisal actions will be deemed a violation of this policy.
All managers are responsible for ensuring this policy is used to guide the actions of Associates. They are also responsible for investigating any alleged violations of the policy.

Dear customers,
Franman continues its successful course in providing quality services. Our objective is to meet and exceed our customers' needs and expectations through our quality management system.

Our company's system meets the requirements of the standard ISO 9001:2015 and is designed to enhance our efficiency. Our quality system has been certified by the Bureau Veritas certification body. Quality is the road to excellence and we are determined to be fully committed to this notion.

Continual improvement is our standard practice so that our services are the best available in the market today and in the future. Your support has been an invaluable factor to our achievements and we are confident that we will continue to enjoy it.

OUR HISTORY

1991

Foundation of the company
First Principal Metritape Inc. (USA)

1993

First European Principal KYMA A.S

1998

Co-operation with I-Know Machinery Co.,
Ltd (formerly Tsuji Heavy Industries Co., Ltd (Japan).

2000

First Chinese Principal, Qingdao Behai Shipbuilding Heavy Industry Co.,
Ltd (P.R. China).

2002

First Korean Principal: Kangrim Industries Co., Ltd (S. Korea).
Co-operation with Intelligent Engineering Ltd. (UK).
Inventors of the Sandwich Plate System (SPS).
Co-operation with Telaurus Communications LLC (USA)
First Entry in Marine Communications.

2005

Co-operation with Shanghai Shiyards (P.R. China).

2010

Co-operation with EOS Risk Management Ltd. (UK)
First Entry in Maritime Security.
Co-operation with Honeywell Process Solutions (S. Korea).

2013

We introduce the Ship Security Management model in the shipping industry.

2017

Co-operation with Hanla IMS Co. Ltd. (S. Korea).

1992

First Japanese Principal Naniwa Pump MFG Co., Ltd

1996

Co-operation with Yanmar Group (Japan)

1999

ISO Certification by ABS & DNV

2001

Co-operation with QMD Shipyard and Bayonne Dry Docks & Repair Corp. (USA).
First entry in Ship Repairing.

2003

Co-operation with Sinostar Shipbrokers Co., Ltd in Shanghai (P.R. China).
Introduction of Ship Repairing in China P.R.
Formation of Franman liaison office in Japan.

2007

Formation of Franman S.A, Franman Technical S.A, Franman ANS S.A.

2012

Co-operation with Hefei Rong An Power Machinery Co., Ltd (P.R. China).

2016

Formation of Franman Cyprus Ltd.
Co-operation with Kobelco (Kobe Steel Ltd., Japan).

2018

Franman celebrates 25 years of successful cooperation
with the Norwegian KYMA A.S

DIVISIONS

SHIPBUILDING
EQUIPMENT

Franman’s core activity since its establishment has been the representation of First Class Makers of Shipbuilding Equipment for merchant vessels.

The function of the Shipbuilding Division is to introduce and promote its principals to shipping companies in Greece, Cyprus and the greater Eastern Mediterranean area.

We ensure that our customers are fully acquainted with our principals’ equipment and products. This is achieved via continuous communication with the customer in order to acquaint them with the Principals’ equipment and products, while for the effective promotion we utilize various available marketing tools, like seminars, workshops, participation to exhibitions and targeted advertisements, among others.

Thereafter, Franman’s involvement in a specific new building project begins at an early stage. Our first objective is to ensure to the extent possible, that the equipment we represent is included in the shipyard’s maker list. Our ultimate target is to pursue an agreement between maker and owner with the best possible terms for both parties involved.

Another area that we are heavily involved is that of retrofit projects for all the equipment that we represent and promote.

Our effectiveness is based on our in depth knowledge of our markets, our experience and the close business relationships that we have established with the shipping companies since our company’s formation back in 1991 and utilized for the benefit of both our customers and our principals.

SPARE PARTS &
SERVICE

Aiming to provide the best possible services to its new and existing Clients, Franman supplies genuine spare parts for all the Principals it represents. In addition, through our exclusive co-operations with leading makers and trading houses around the world, we are able to offer high-quality genuine and OEM products for every type of engine and equipment.

From O-ring to crankshaft, our target is to meet customers’ needs with the highest-quality spare parts, at the most competitive price and within the shortest possible delivery time.

SHIP REPAIRS

Operating complimentarily to our Shipbuilding Equipment and Spare Parts & Service divisions, Franman’s Ship Repairs division provides dry docking facilities through our worldwide network, full after-sales service for all equipment sourced from the principal manufacturers represented by Franman, as well as from other major manufacturers.

With in-house highly-trained, certified engineers and with a network of carefully vetted subcontractors, Franman makes sure you receive the technical assistance, troubleshooting support and emergency repair you need, whenever you need them, wherever you need them, 24/7/365.

MARITIME SECURITY

Security is one of the largest challenges facing the maritime industry today. Franman has been actively involved in the Maritime Security industry since 2010, identifying early the security needs of our clients and the need for a reliable and experienced company in the industry with a marine background and orientation.

In 2013 we were the first to introduce the pioneering set-up as Security Managers by developing a network of co-operations with a series of highly reputable and professional PMSCs from Greece and around the world, enabling us to cater to any and all security requirements.

We are therefore able to provide tailor made solutions across the globe, including the Somali HRA, the Gulf of Guinea, Southeast Asia and other security hotspots.

Franman guarantees the availability of operatives and the deployment of lawful weapons and equipment, ensuring safe passage without delays, deviations and off-hires. We engage operatives from a wide range of nationalities, ensuring cultural integration with your crew with compliance according to your preference.

The services we provide are approved by all flag state administrators and comply with all P&I Club requirements. We meet all major oil company and charterers requirements, ensuring compliance and trouble-free operation.

Franman offers unique services with substantial benefits. And our volume of transits ensures highly competitive pricing.

CONSULTING

Franman’s Consulting Division offers its services to foreign makers of maritime equipment, products and services who wish to enter the Greek shipping market.

With Greece ranked number one in shipping in terms of vessels controlled, and with over 600 shipping companies operating in the greater Athens and Piraeus area, you simply cannot afford not to address the Greek shipping community.

Utilizing its experience from over 25 years of operation, Franman offers advice and assistance to foreign companies that are planning to enter the highly fragmented Greek shipping market. From introducing shipping companies,preparing custom-tailored consultation to drafting complete financial, marketing, business and strategic plans providing valuable know-how and inside information, we help make your market entry as safe and successful as possible,by managing all your needs.

CARGO SECURING SYSTEM CORPORATION INTERNATIONAL (P.R. CHINA)

Lashing Equipment

CSE (China Shipbuilding Industry Corporation Diesel Engine Co., Ltd. (ex. QMD & YMD) (P.R. CHINA)

MAN B&W and Wartsila Licensee Low Speed Main Diesel Engines

DALIAN MARINE VALVE CO. LTD. (P.R. CHINA)

Butterfly Valves, Actuators

DAN MARINE GROUP LTD. (P.R. CHINA)

HVAC & R Equipment, MGO/MDO Cooling Units, Galley & Laundry Equipment

DeNora Water Technologies Services Ltd. (United Kingdom)

Ballast Water Treatment, Sewage Treatment

EVERTEC A.B. (SWEDEN)

Bio degradable Wire Rope Grease

HANLA IMS (S. KOREA)

Valve Remote Control System, Cargo Monitoring, System (Radar Type / Magnetic Float Type), Fixed Gas Sampling System, Tank Level Gauging, System for Ballasting. Draft & E/R, Loading Computer

HONEYWELL CO., LTD. (S. KOREA)

Tank Gauging Systems, Pressure Measurement, Temperature Sensors, Safety Systems, Control and Alarm & Monitoring System (CAMS)

HONEYWELL PROCESS SOLUTIONS

Tank Gauging Systems, Pressure Measurement, Temperature Sensors, Safety Systems, Control and Alarm & Monitoring System (CAMS)

IKNOW MACHINERY CO., LTD (ex. Tsuji) (JAPAN)

Deck Cranes, Hatch Covers, Ro-Ro Equipment, Gantry Cranes, Unloader Systems

KANGRIM HEAVY INDUSTRIES CO., LTD. (S. KOREA)

Marine Boilers, Economizers, I.G.G., I.G.S.

KANGRIM INSULATION CO., LTD. (S.KOREA)

LNG&LPG Tank & Pipe Insulation

KOBE STEEL LTD. (KOBELCO) (JAPAN)

Process Gas Compressors

KTE CO., LTD (S. KOREA)

Main Switchboards, Starters, Control Consoles, Engine Alarm Monitoring and Control Systems, Bow Thrusters

KYMA A.S (NORWAY)

Engine Performance & Ship Performance Monitoring Systems

LHE Co., Ltd (S. KOREA)

Plate Coolers, Fresh Water Generators

NANIWA PUMP MFG CO., LTD (JAPAN)

Engine Room Pumps, Cargo Oil Pumps

RWO GmbH MARINE WATER TECHONOLOGY

SILLA METAL CO., LTD. (S. KOREA)

Fixed Pitch Propeller (FPP), Controllable Pitch Propeller (CPP), Fuel Saving Propeller Cap (FSPC), Shafting System

TAIYO ELECTRIC CO., LTD (JAPAN)

Alternators, Turbine Generators, Shaft Generators, Electric Propulsion Systems, VVVF Speed Control Systems, Motors, Fans, Starters, Main Switchboards, Control Consoles, Engine Alarm Monitoring Systems

WME (NORWAY)

Fire Fighting System, Nitrogen Generators

YANMAR CO., LTD (JAPAN)

Marine Auxiliary Diesel Engines, Marine Propulsion Diesel Engines

YANMAR ENGINEERING CO., LTD (JAPAN)

Marine Auxiliary Diesel Engines, Marine Propulsion Diesel Engines

YUCHAI MARINE POWER CD., LTD. (YCMP) (P.R CHINA)

MAN B&W and WARTSILA Licensee Low Speed Main Diesel Engines

IKNOW MACHINERY CO., LTD (ex. Tsuji) (JAPAN)

MAKITA CORPORATION (JAPAN)

NANIWA PUMP MFG CO., LTD (JAPAN)

TAIYO ELECTRIC CO., LTD (JAPAN)

YANMAR ENGINEERING CO., LTD (JAPAN)

HANLA IMS (S. KOREA)

KANGRIM HEAVY INDUSTRIES CO., LTD. (S. KOREA)

KTE CO., LTD (S. KOREA)

LHE Co., Ltd (S. KOREA)

TURBO DIESEL ENGINEERING CO., LTD

HONEYWELL MARINE (FRANCE)

KYMA A.S (NORWAY)

RWO VEOLIA WATER TECHNOLOGIES GMBH (GERMANY)

STEYR MOTORS GMBH (AUSTRIA)

HONEYWELL MARINE (FRANCE)

KANGRIM HEAVY INDUSTRIES CO., LTD. (S. KOREA)

VEOLIA WATER TECHNOLOGIES, GmbH (GERMANY)

YANMAR CO., LTD (JAPAN) | YANMAR ENGINEERING CO., LTD (JAPAN)

COSCO GROUP (P.R CHINA)

JAPAN

  1. DAIHATSU DIESEL MFG. CO., LTD
  2. HEISHIN PUMP TLD
  3. IHI CORPORATION
  4. MACGREGOR JAPAN CO., LTD
  5. MITSUBISHI HEAVY INDUSTRIES, LTD
  6. SHINKO IND. LTD
  7. TAIKO KIKAI INDUSTRIES CO., LTD
  8. TANABE PNEUMATIC MACHINERY CO.,LTD
  9. TEIKOKU MACHINERY WORKS, LTD

SOUTH KOREA

  1. DAEYANG ELECTRIC
  2. DONGHWA ENTEC CO., LTD
  3. DONGHWA PNEUTEC CO., LTD
  4. DOOSAN CORPORATION
  5. HYUNDAI HEAVY INDUSTRIES CO., LTD
  6. KORVAL CO., LTD
  7. SHIN SHIN PUMP MANUFACTURING CO.
  8. STX CORPORATION

P.R. CHINA

  1. ANQING CSSC MARINE DIESEL CO., LTD
  2. CSSC MARINE POWER CO., LTD (CMP-Zhenjiang)
  3. DALIAN MARINE DIESEL CO. LTD
  4. DALIAN MARINE VALVE CO., LTD
  5. HUDONG CO., LTD
  6. JIANGSU MASADA HEAVY INDUSTIES CO., LTD
  7. SHAANXI DIESEL HEAVY INDUSTRY CO., LTD (SXD)
  8. WUHAN MARINE MACHINERY PLANT CO., LTD
  9. QINGDAOHAIXI MARINE DIESEL CO., LTD (YMD/QMD)

EUROPE

  1. ALFA LAVAL CORPORATE AB (SWEDEN)
  2. HATLAPA (GERMANY)
  3. J.P. SAUER & SOHN MASCHINENBAU GMBH & CO KG (GERMANY)
  4. JOWA AB (SWEDEN)
  5. GEA WESTFALIA SEPARATOR GROUP GMBH (GERMANY)

SUPPLIES

  1. EVERTEC (SWEDEN)
  2. PHILLA COATINGS (USA)

GENERAL OUTFITTINGS

  1. CARGO SECURING SYSTEMS CENTRE (P.R.CHINA)

CAREERS

Franman offers challenging and exciting career opportunities within the terminal, warehousing and logistics industry. We look for the best people in the business, and use a range of recruitment methods to ensure we achieve this. To keep talented people motivated there is ample opportunity for progression and development within the organisation, where ability and commitment are rewarded. This environment drives the success of the company and its people.

JOB OPPORTUNITIES

There are currently no available job openings.

BE PART OF OUR TEAM

Send us your CV if you would like to be part of our team

team@franman.gr
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FRANMAN 公司简介

自1991年以来,Franman为航运业提供广泛的服务,专注于造船设备、零备件、船舶维修、服务、咨询、燃料与安全服务。 Costis J.Frangoulis先生成立Franman时的愿景是将其毕生对海洋与航运的热爱投入到一个能够为航运业提供高水平的多元化服务的组织中。 三十年后的今天,这份热爱与痴迷被Franman公司的全体员工所分享。资深与经验丰富的专家们经过不断的技术与商业培训,能够提供高水平的服务与支持。Franman的首次代理是来自美国的油箱液位测量系统的制造商——Metritape公司。 如今,Franman已是航运业多元化服务的领军供应商,并以代理与推广航运业130多家领军企业为荣,且以每年为600多家航运公司提供服务而自豪。

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FRANMAN会社プロフィール

1991年以来、Franmanは造船機器、スペアパーツ、船舶修理、サービス、コンサルティング、バンカーおよびセキュリティサービスに焦点を当て、海運業界に幅広いサービスを提供してきました。

コスティス・J・フラングリスがFranmanを設立したときの彼のビジョンは、生涯にわたる海への執念と運送業を組織にまで拡大し、海運業界にハイレベルで多種多様なサービスを提供することでした。

30年後の今、この執念はFranman を構成するすべての人々に共有されています。最高水準のサービスとサポートを提供するために、継続的な技術的・商業的トレーニングを受けた、高い技術を持つ経験豊富なプロフェッショナルたちがいます。Franmanの最初の代表的な実績は、タンクレベルのゲージングシステムメーカーである米国のMetritapeでした。

今日、Franmanは海運業界に多様なサービスを提供するリーディングカンパニーであり、海運業界の130社以上の有力企業を代表して推進し、毎年600社以上の海運会社に奉仕していることを誇りとしています。

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FRANMAN 회사 프로필

1991년부터 Franman은 조선 장비, 예비 부품, 선박 수리, 서비스, 컨설팅, 석탄 저장고 및 보안 서비스에 중점을 두고 해운업계에 광범위한 서비스를 제공했습니다. Costis J. Frangoulis가 Franman을 설립했을 때, 그의 비전은 바다와 운송업에 대한 자신의 평생의 소원을 해운업계에 다양한 수준의 서비스를 제공하는 조직으로 확대하는 것이었습니다.

30년 후 현재 Franman의 모든 구성원들은 이 소원을 공유합니다. 최고의 서비스와 지원을 제공하기 위해 고도의 자격을 갖춘 경험이 풍부한 전문가가 지속적인 기술 및 상업 교육을 받고 있습니다. Franman의 첫 번째 대리인은 탱크 수위 측정 시스템 제조업체인 미국의 Metritape였습니다.

현재, Franman은 해운업계에 다양한 서비스를 제공하는 선도적인 업체이며 해운업계에서 130개 이상의 주요 기업을 대표하고 홍보하며 매년 600개 이상의 해운 회사에 서비스를 제공하고 있습니다.