The number one choice for maritime security agencies
Piracy is an issue that has existed for as long as ships have sailed the oceans. With so many large container vessels hauling potentially tens of billions of pounds worth of goods from one port to the next, piracy is as commonplace as ever. If you’re looking to protect your precious cargo, you need to speak with the Orchid Risk maritime security agency today.
At Orchid Risk, our pursuit of unrelenting excellence has made us the go-to choice for small, medium and large businesses nationwide. From the initial assessment, our team will work diligently to provide you with bespoke services that achieve the highest standards of ethics and probity. With the help of one of the best maritime security agencies around, you’ll have peace of mind that your cargo and employees are safe.
What can Orchid Risk do for you?
As a well-established maritime security agency, we are adept at providing security advice and solutions that are tailored to the commercial shipping industry. Our clients look to us to help them in mitigating any risks or threats associated with vessel protection. At Orchid Risk, we are committed to building a relationship of trust with each of our clients so you can be assured that all of your needs will be met.
Prior to the creation of your protection plan, we highly recommend that you meet with a member of our team. Unlike other maritime security agencies, we leave no stone unturned when it comes to ensuring that your requirements are met in full. Following on from a vessel security assessment, you will be provided with a pre-embarkation hardening assessment, citadel placement and preparation advice. We will also carry out a series of anti-piracy drills and training.
Depending on the circumstances, we will either recommend an armed or unarmed team for your protection plan. Our maritime security agency teams are able to embark from many different locations worldwide such as:
All weapons and security equipment are licensed here in the UK, and we always adhere to the criteria advised by the IMO.