Siaptek Sdn Bhd

SIAPTEK - an abbreviation of Survey, Inspection, Audit, Procurement & Technical - was created in 2009. In the Malay language "SIAP" means "READY"

Today, the team of SIAPTEK is able to provide a large spectrum of inspection and certification options to our client in Maritime and Oil & Gas industries.

The creation of SIAPTEK was born from a desire of excellence in terms of inspection quality and the services delivered to our customers.

The 'excellence' concept is the core of the SIAPTEK team will. 

Since 2009, the company has grown gradually.  Initially focusing on all lifting activities, before enlarging the scope of competences to include Cargo Inspections & Non-Destructive Testing and Inspection using several methods. SIAPTEK is also a Full Member of LEEA (Lifting Equipment Engineers Association), licensed and registered vendor for PETRONAS. Our scope of services ranges as follow :

Offshore Services: Heavy Equipment & Crane Inspection (API) | Lifting Gears & Appliance Inspection (LEEA / LOLER) | Load Testing | NDT Inspection | Cargo & Pre-shipment Inspection | Fire Fighting & HSE Equipment Inspection | Industrial Gas Bottle (Pressure Test) | Thermography Inspection | OCTG Services | On-hire & Off-hire Surveys | CSC Safety Approval | CCU Inspection | DROPS Survey | IRATA Rope Access | QAQC Inspection | Owner Representative Structural Hull Integrity | Manpower Supply | UT Measurement

Maritime Services: Ship Agency & Ship Service (Crew change, Spares, Food & Provision) | Lab Analysis | Marine & Environmental Inspections | Ship Sustainability Inspection | Vessel IT Support | Sale & Purchase for Demolition | LSA, FFA, & Radio Equipment Service & Repair | Marine Service & Repair (Electrical & Mechanical) | Ship Brokering | UWILD | Ship Surveys & Inspections

SIAPTEK is happy to be able to rely on an increasing network of customers having placed their confidence in the SIAPTEK team.

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