First Classification Society in Arab World:
Tasneef is the first leading Classification Society in the whole Arab World with Head Office located in the UAE by serving in a cost effective and efficient manner to ensure quality in all parts of our delivery. Our objective is to safely manage ships to their full potential, maintain operational effectiveness and safeguards lives, preserve environment and protect assets. We work closely with all our stakeholders to achieve these mutually beneficial goals. Classification of ships achieves highest degree of quality in design and construction.
Tasneef offers wide range of services in the Middle East and around the world to our various clients and in number of sectors through our experienced surveyors and experts in field of shipping.
In Close co-operation with the worlds maritime industries and international organizations (IACS & IMO) and stake holders, our research and development programme & technical studies with high level of expertise in safety and quality contributes to development of new rules and marine innovations to promote the highest standards in ship safety and the prevention of marine pollution.
In a short period of time, Tasneef’s reputation and trustworthiness were established through delivering world-wide class services in all aspects of marine technology to drive a prosperous classification business.
Survey for Classification services are key contributor for the enhancement of maritime safety and protection of marine environment. Ships must be surveyed with rules and regulations of society as applicable to verify structural strength & stability of hull, cargo installations, fire protection and reliability of machinery and equipment. Upon satisfactory completion of survey, the ship survey file is reviewed by our Technical Committee and, upon approval, a certificate of class is issued and ship is listed in Tasneef’s Registry.
Ship Classification Services:
Tasneef performs drawing approvals and ship surveys inspection as part of its services for registering and maintaining ships in class.