ESS&SA (Exclusive Security Services & Special Assignments) is a Dutch Private Maritime Security Company (PMSC) that provides maritime security solutions within the challenging environment of the High Risk Area since 2009.
ESS&SA is a private maritime security company that is known for its in-depth maritime experience and knowledge. ESS&SA delivers tailormade maritime security services and expert advice to a range of maritime clients in the merchant shipping industry. The core business of ESS&SA is to deliver peace of mind to its clients and their crew by offering high standard, discrete and competitive maritime security services. ESS&SA can offer these services because it possesses all necessary certificates, licenses and insurance covers.
ESS&SA is pronounced as ‘essenza’, which is Italian for ‘essence’. Essence implies; the most important ingredient or the most crucial element. ESS&SA is the essence to ensure safe passage through High Risk Areas for our clients. The client is the main priority in every service provided by ESS&SA. The aim of ESS&SA is to offer more than just a fair price and high quality service; ESS&SA has at heart to build a solid personal relationship with its client.
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