About us

Years of experience

ELECTROMAR SERVICES was first established in 1993, by Mr. Dino G. Berroa, President and Manager of the company, who had the vision to create a 24 hrs company full dedicated to marine electronic, hydraulic, communication, ship repair and general spare supply for all types of vessels and yachts crossing the Panama Canal Area in the Republic of Panama.


The company gain local and international prestige because of the technical skills & support, reliability and high quality standards offered to each client. Since 1999, ELECTROMAR SERVICES was positioned as one of the most important companies in the naval repair field in Panama. To improve the company's performance, ELECTROMAR SERVICES started distribution operations as exclusive agent for top international brands (located in USA, UK, France and others) of naval and safety supply business and equipment installations. ELECTROMAR SERVICES S.A since 2002, also joined as member of the Chamber of Commerce in Panama, in the category of Ship spare part supply and Airplane spare parts supply.

Solid Relationships

In September 2002, ELECTROMAR SERVICES joined the <b>I.S.E.S (International Ship Electrical and Engineering Service Association LTD.)</b>, first found in 1963 with headquarters in UK, Europe.

International services

Today, ELECTROMAR SERVICES S.A. is a company specialized and dedicated to the provisions of spare parts, ship repair and maintenance of all kind of naval equipment and machinery to the shipping/marine industry with sales agent in six different countries (Panama, Peru, Mexico, Colombia, Costa Rica, Spain) to assist the international operations.

24x7 Reliable Services

The company offers 24 hours service, 7 days a week in Panama, the Caribbean Islands, South America and worldwide; through well trained professionals and experienced technicians in this field. ELECTROMAR SERVICES S.A. carriy out Radio Inspeccions for Ship Clasificators as Panama Maritime Documentation Services, IBS, Rina Register and others according to SOLAS Chapter IV.