NMCI Background/In Brief
National Marine Consultants Inc., was established in 1979 in New York City, USA. Later in 1983 the Head Office was moved and incorporated in New Jersey, USA. We started with Survey & Inspection of dry cargo. Later in year 1999 we started to handle inspection of Petroleum Products.
NMCI Group, operating from our world headquarters in the United States, serves major strategic locations worldwide, through a combination of own offices and reputed associates. We perform valuable services to the international trade: Pre-shipment Inspections, Marine and Cargo Surveys as well as Oil Testing for Insurance Loss Adjusting, Testing of a wide range of Products and Commodities, and Inspection and Certification Services.
NMCI’s impressive clients list includes various International Bodies, Government Entities and various other reputed Business Entities. The Client list is growing, as more and more satisfied clients are referring the good name of NMCI.
A group of highly experienced professionals directed by excellent strategists are engaged in making sure that clients’ needs are better served with optimum efficiency. Various technological systems are in place to aid the management to ensure client satisfaction.
NMCI is an ISO 9001- certified organization.
We are an independent inspection company and dynamically uphold a “zero conflict of interest” principle. For more information regarding this standard please see our Quality and Zero Tolerance Policy.
Our team is here to service your needs on a “round-the-clock” basis. We are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
Responsibility / Philanthropic Initiatives:
Under the direct leadership of the Founder, NMCI Group is actively involved in various Philanthropic initiatives. There are two Major organizations through which such initiatives are being channeled.
One of them is to provide world class education in English medium in a rural village in Bangladesh. The other one undertakes various projects; for example, for upliftment of the livelihood of rural poor and destitute women by introducing income generating projects for them, for public health development programs, etc.
organizations are as follows: