Clients for Whom IMA has Performed Consulting Assignments.

Note: Clients who requested non-disclosure are not included in the list below

Africa

  • Ministry of Transport and Communications - Eritrea
  • Ministry of Finance - Liberia
  • World Bank - Djibouti
  • World Bank - Madagascar
  • World Bank - Sudan

Asia/Pacific

  • Akasaka Diesels - Japan
  • Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ - Japan
  • Bank Kemajuan Perusahaan - Malaysia
  • HamiltonJet - New Zealand
  • IMC Industrial - Singapore
  • Japan External Trade Organization
  • Japan Ship Centre - Japan
  • Kayaba Industries - Japan
  • Korea Maritime & Port Administration - Korea
  • Karachi Port Trust - Pakistan
  • Law International - China
  • Maritime Industry Authority - Philippines
  • Mitsubishi Corporation - Japan
  • Mitsui - Japan
  • Modec - Japan
  • Nissho Iwai - Japan
  • PPSC Industries - Malaysia
  • SembCorp Marine - Singapore
  • Toyota Tsusho - Japan
  • Trade and Development Agency - Thailand
  • World Bank - India
  • World Bank - Maldives

Europe

  • Accentus - U.K.
  • Aker Solutions - Norway
  • Aquamaster-Rauma - Finland
  • Aukra Bruk A-S - Norway
  • I.M. Skaugen - Norway
  • Intsok - Norway
  • Intertanko - Norway
  • Ivarans Rederi - Norway
  • KaMeWa - Sweden
  • Knauf Insulation - U.K.
  • LIPS Propellers - Netherlands
  • MACOR Marine Systems - Germany
  • Malta Maritime Authority - Malta
  • MAN AG - Germany
  • MAN B&W Diesel - Germany
  • MAN Technologie - Germany
  • Maersk Contractors - Denmark
  • Navire Cargo Gear-Sweden
  • Saipem S.p.A. - Italy
  • Saibos - France
  • SBC Warburg - U.K.
  • Siemens - Germany
  • SMS GHH - Germany
  • TAG Systems - Switzerland
  • Wind Tankers A/S - Norway
  • Sterkoder Med. Verksted - Norway
  • Ulstein Group - Norway
  • World Bank - Malta
  • Zumax - Albania

South America/Caribbean

  • PCI Americas - Brazil
  • Corpozulia/PBI - Venezuela
  • Direccion General De Desarrollo Maritimo/PBI - Ecuador
  • Iron & Steel Co. of Trinidad/Tobago
  • Ministry of Works/PBI - Belize
  • World Bank - Haiti

Middle East

  • Al Mawarid Bank - Lebanon
  • Beirut Container Terminal - Lebanon
  • K Group - Lebanon
  • Milaha - Qatar
  • Ministry of Transport - Yemen
  • Ministry of Communications - Saudi Arabia
  • Red Sea Ports Corp.- Yemen
  • World Bank - Egypt
  • World Bank/KOTC - Kuwait
  • World Bank - Lebanon
  • World Bank - Saudi Arabia
  • World Bank - Syria
  • World Bank - Yemen

North America

  • Allis-Chalmers - Marine Diesel Div.
  • Allis-Chalmers - Nuclear Components Div.
  • AMCA International
  • Aqua-Chem
  • Arcorp Properties
  • Bath Iron Works
  • Bay Shipbuilding
  • Bechtel/Parsons Brinckerhoff
  • Berkshire Partners
  • Braswell Shipyards
  • Chem Systems
  • Commission on American Shipbuilding
  • Commonwealth of Massachusetts
  • Communications Satellite Corp.
  • Dillingham Corp.
  • FMC Corp.
  • General Accounting Office
  • General Ship Corp.
  • G-P Gypsum
  • Grumman Corp.
  • Gulf Oil Corp.
  • Halter Marine
  • Hillman Company
  • IMO Industries
  • Jackson Engineering
  • Lake Shore Inc.
  • Litton-Ingalls Shipbuilding
  • Marinette Marine Corp.
  • Maritime Administration
  • McDermott International
  • McLouth Steel Corp
  • MICST, Government of Quebec
  • National Aeronautics & Space Adm.
  • National Intergroup
  • National Maritime Research Center
  • National Park Service
  • National Research Council
  • Naval Sea Systems Command
  • Newport News Shipbuilding
  • Oppenheimer & Co.
  • Port of Portland
  • Saipem Inc.
  • Siemens Industrial Systems Division
  • Siemens Westinghouse
  • Southwest Marine Inc.
  • Stephens-Adamson
  • Talleres Navales del Golfo
  • TANO Marine Systems
  • Textron Marine Systems
  • Todd Shipyards
  • U.S. Coast Guard
  • Van Dyke Energy
  • Vollmer Associates
  • Washington Aluminum
  • Westinghouse Electro-Mechanical Division
  • Westinghouse Instrumentation & Control Systems
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