SCF consolidates technical management structure

Aug 26 2016


SCF Group has consolidated its technical management subsidiaries looking after the Group’s fleet of 142 vessels into a new single governance structure.

The Group’s technical management companies were also rebranded and fully integrated under the umbrella of SCF Management Services.  

The new structure is governed by SCF Management Services (Dubai) with branch offices located in St Petersburg, Novorossiysk, Vladivostok, Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk and Limassol (Cyprus).  

Two companies within the new structure were designated DOC (Document of Compliance) holders:

    •  SCF Management Services (Dubai) for foreign flag ships.
    •  SCF Management Services (St Petersburg) for Russian flag ships.

As part of the consolidation process, the names of several companies within the Group were changed as follows:

    •  SCF Unicom Management Services (St Petersburg) was renamed SCF Management Services (St. Petersburg);
    •  SCF Novoship Technical Management was renamed SCF Management Services (Novorossiysk);
    •  Unicom Management Services (Cyprus) was renamed SCF Management Services (Cyprus);
    •  SCF Unicom Management Services (St Petersburg) sub-division in Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk was renamed SCF Management Services (St Petersburg), sub-division in Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk;
    •  Unicom (Vladivostok) was renamedSCF Crewing Services (Vladivostok).

Looking forward, the Group said that it planned to increase the number of subsidiaries operating under the SCF Crewing Services banner by upgrading the crewing departments of SCF Management Services (St Petersburg) and SCF Management Services (Novorossiysk) into separate companies.



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