- To be available to our customers 24 hours a day.
- To recognize the importance of on-going communications with our customers to ensure they get the right products at the right place and the right time, every time.
- To treat each client as we would want to be treated – with courtesy, respect and understanding.
- To assist customers in making informed decisions on the products they require.
- To understand and assist our clients in meeting important work safety, security, and environmental requirements.
- To lead our industry by continuously implementing new technology and products to better serve our clients.
At Seagulf, we never forget that when our customers succeed, we succeed!
A Rich History
1958: Founder Edward Zeagman establishes Seagulf Marine in Montreal to provide canadian-flagged vessels with quality marine products and spare parts.
1960: Seagulf expands it’s product line to include consumables, safety items and provisions becoming a full-service ship chandler.
1962: Warehouse facilities in Montreal are expanded to handle increased demand.
1966: Seagulf opens its Halifax branch office, to better serve customers on Canada’s east coast.
1976: Seagulf opens its Welland Canal branch office and becomes the first Canadian chandler to provide ship owners with service from the Great Lakes to all the ports of Eastern Canada.
1979: Montreal office relocates to a new, more efficient facility including a 2,560m² (28,450 ft²) warehouse.
1982: Seagulf Halifax begins supplying Canada’s offshore oil industry including oil rigs and supply vessels.
1986: Seagulf expands by purchasing Mercator Ship Supply in Halifax.
1990: The next generation takes the reigns and Seagulf continues to flourish.
1993: Seagulf Great Lakes relocates to a modern 540 m² (6,000 ft² ) warehouse in St. Catharines, Ontario.
1995: British Ministry of Defense chooses Seagulf to assist with procurement and logistical support when a Royal Air Force (RAF) Nimrod bomber crashes into Lake Ontario. Seagulf’s seven-days-a-week service throughout the salvage, allowed the MOD to reduce time and costs involved in the salvage operation.
1996: Salvage operator selects Seagulf to assist with logistical support and product procurement for the raising of the Irving Whale, a barge loaded with 4,000 tons of Bunker C. that sank in the waters of the Gulf of St. Lawrence in 1970.
1998: Seagulf Halifax provided integral logistical support to the Canadian Coast Guard response teams salvage operation in the aftermath of the Swiss Air Flight 111 disaster off Peggy’s Cove in Nova Scotia on September 2, 1998.
1999: Seagulf Halifax expands operations and moves to larger, newly-constructed 720 m² (8,000 ft² ) warehouse and office facility on 2,610 m² (29,000 ft²) of land.
2004: An integrated, centralized database is created, accessible to all Seagulf offices, to better meet clients’ requirements.
2008: Seagulf celebrates its 50th anniversary