Who we are

    The AMSCC, was established by the Hellenic Ministry of Defense in 2004 to meet our partners’ (hereinafter referred to as “users”) growing needs in cost effective and responsive sealift services.

    As a multinational no-profit entity, the AMSCC is focused on locating free of charge sealift solutions for its users by utilizing commercial contractors in a timely and efficient manner.

  What we are doing

    The AMSCC collects and analyzes real-time commercial market information on available sealift capabilities on a global level, supports users’ logistics operational planning, and coordinates the response efforts by matching available assets to users’ sealift requirements. Preparation of typical sealift scenarios proposed will further enhance the AMSCC’s capacity for rapid response.

    Two of the most prominent agencies of the Greek shipping community, the Hellenic Chamber of Shipping and the Hellenic Shipbrokers Association are committed themselves to keeping the AMSCC connected to the global shipping industry.

    It is worth noting that the AMSCC also supports a wide range of multi-modal transport services as applicable to our users’ needs. It considers sea, land and air modes of transport and of course interconnections within modes. Moreover, the AMSCC services are also open to states and organizations beyond the AMSCC membership too.

  How it works

    5 easy steps to saving time and money in obtaining AMSCC sealift services:

    Step 1: Check the AMSCC secured users website1, to find out available sealift opportunities;

    Step 2: Contact the AMSCC by email or phone to receive any update on details of sealift opportunities;

    Step 3: Fill in a transport request form, to provide all the necessary information to chartering procedures initiation by AMSCC;

    Step 4: Sign the charter party or bill of lading along with the transport contractor;

    Step 5: Receive update report on vessels’ movement 24/7 by AMSCC.

  AMSCC login areas

     By selecting the “NATO User Login” or “User Login” located at the top right side of the homepage, NATO and non-NATO users have access to respective secured users’ websites. AMSCC login areas are restricted to AMSCC users only and provide access to AMSCC data base and available sealift opportunities.


  First Time User?
    If you are first time user or have forgotten your password, please contact the AMSCC.

P.S: AMSCC secured user areas (Login) are restricted to AMSCC users only. Non-users may initiate by step 2.

News

22 January 2019 – Meeting with shipping community in AMSCC premises
January 23, 2019

         The AMSCC had the pleasure to welcome to its premises key representatives of local shipping community, such as the Hellenic Chamber of...