We are a safety-oriented, customer-centric company focused on providing well-maintained and manned vessels with prompt response to clients’ needs and flexibility towards meeting their aspirations in the Nigerian oil and gas industry.
To be the dominant indigenous marine logistic services provider in the Nigerian oil and gas industry.
We are committed to excellent service delivery based on our core values of Integrity, Team Work and Safety. These three(3) cardinal values are manifest in all our people, processes and ultimately the first class services we render to our clients.
We saw a service need, we heeded a national call and decided to “redefine indigenous marine logistic services standard in the Nigerian oil and gas industry”.
Tamrose Ventures Limited (TVL) was incorporated in 2003 (incidentally, the same year the Nigerian Cabotage Act was enacted) initially as a procurement and engineering services provider to the Nigerian Oil and Gas industry. Persuaded by prevalent factors, TVL’s foray into the Nigerian maritime sector began in 2010 with our pioneer vessel – TMC PRIMUS.
However, five (5) years after our entrance, the industry dynamics and indigenous players’ profile changed significantly in terms of vessel suitability and age, organizational structures and cargo/business volume.
To retain our competitive advantage, TVL embarked on a fleet streamlining process, which cummulated in the sale of TMC Primus and the addition of two brand new Damen FCS 3307 series – TMC ANGEL and TMC HAWK delivered in May and June 2015 respectively.
With an improved standardized fleet of five (5) Damen FCS 3307, TVL initiated and concluded (in September 2015) a strategic planing and organizational alignment project aimed at producing a company with singular laser-like focus on it’s customer.
Drawing from our newly defined core competence of customer-centricity, strategic organizational structure, rapid expanding fleet, niche expertise, indigenous advantage, and well articulated vision and mission among others, TVL is marching resolutely towards becoming dominant indigenous player in the Nigeria oil and gas industry.