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Headquartered in Singapore, Synergy’s hallmarks are its through-life approach to asset management and ability to develop custom-designed thought partnership strategies with leading owners. Spanning across a network of 22 offices in 13 countries and employing more than 21,000 seafarers, Synergy manages a fleet of over 540 vessels including the most complex LNG (including FSUs), LPG and vast 20,000+ TEU container ships, as well as oil and chemical tankers, car carriers and bulk carriers. With a strong focus on crew wellbeing, digitalisation and environmentally responsible policies, Synergy is at the forefront of transforming the ship management industry.
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Captain Rajesh Unni Honoured With Lifetime Achievement Award as Synergy Marine Group also Acclaimed as Ship Manager of the Year

Founder and Executive Chairman Captain Rajesh Unni lauded for significantly advancing maritime technology and  “championing and achieving decarbonisation”
World’s third largest ship manager also praised for its “technical and operational performance, bunker ... (more)
Synergy Marine Group's Crew Welfare Record and Policies Acknowledged by Shipping Industry

The shipping industry has recognised the outstanding crew welfare policies and processes in Synergy Group’s managed bulk carrier fleet.
Homecoming Synergy seafarers on one of the first chartered flights used as part of the maritime green corridor for crew changeovers(more)
Synergy Group Wins Prestigious Tanker Operator Award

Synergy Group which operates a fleet of more than 560 vessels, has been recognised for its leadership role in global tanker management.
The Group was founded in 2006 by Kerala native and CEO Captain Rajesh Unni, and took the distinguished GREEN4SEA Tanker Operator Award, whic... (more)
Synergy Group Rolls Out Tailor-Made Personal Protective Equipment to Female Seafarers on 60+ Vessels

Synergy Group, one of the world’s leading ship managers with a diverse fleet of over 540 vessels, is rolling out a new tailor-made Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to its growing number of female seafarers.
L-R: Captain Radhika Menon, Third Officer Noopur Mohire, and... (more)