Breaking News

Rubicon Offshore International Private joins Marine Online’s Global Shipowner Alliance

Rubicon Offshore

Rubicon Offshore International Private joins Marine Online's Global Shipowner Alliance

Rubicon Offshore International Private has officially signed up as a Global Shipowner Alliance (GSA) member on 16th January 2020 on the Marine Online Platform.

Founded in 2005, Rubicon  Offshore International Private’s offers production solutions for small to medium-sized offshore oilfields. Till date, it has completed eight Floating Production Storage and Offloading Unit (FPSO/FSO) projects. This includes conversions, upgrades and redeployments, and two FPSOs which are currently under charter. The company’s head office is in Singapore with the two FPSOs operating in Thailand and Philippines respectively.

Through this strategic alliance, Marine Online will be able to help them achieve higher efficiency as they utilize the platform and reduce operational costs. In addition, they can immediately use Marine Credit facility – the industry’s first instant credit system with a self-activation function. Shipowners can use Marine Credit for payments at 700 ports, over 40,000 ship supplies, spare parts, and other services.

Rubicon Offshore

Marine Online is a one-stop integrated maritime platform that introduces eCommerce model in to the traditional maritime industry, combining the 8 major maritime services, to bring convenience for shipowners and improve efficiency. Marine Online integrates digital technology, big data, and artificial intelligence into the traditional shipping industry to streamline services, which in turn lead to cost savings for shipowners. With the transaction data gathered from Marine Online’s platform, the company is able to develop an efficient supply chain and credit rating system. This platform aids global shipowners in resolving cash flow issues and positively drives digital adaptation in the maritime industry.

Check Also


Thailand enjoyed improved export performance H1 21

It is now clearer why Thailand decided to start its own carrier In a statement, …