Our history began in 1990 when Vasilij Pigarev founded Garant company, which started its mission with servicing and repairing ships in Klaipeda port. In 30 years we have opened offices in Riga, Kaliningrad, Las Palmas, and have grown from a small enterprise into a large international family-run business. Our warehouses/distribution centers are located on every continent of the world.
TRUST & RESPECT
Make thoughtful decisions
Acknowledge my actions
Take care of the environment
Provide and ask for help
Exchange information and knowledge
Express my thoughts and ideas
Ask when it is unclear
Share and accept opinions
Plan and implement
Accomplish tasks accurately
and on time
Use resources properly
Use and offer advanced solutions
Open to change
React quickly to changing
Provide valid arguments
Aspire to mutually beneficial solutions
Maintain inner confidence
Adapt to significant changes
The history of the Garant Group as a ship repair service began here.
We opened several divisions with professional divers.
Safety, firefighting, and technical ship equipment departments were founded. Safety and marine supplies divisions were founded.
We opened office in Kaliningrad, Russia.
New office established in Riga, Latvia.
To improve efficiency, Garant was reorganized into separate companies according to their functions.
We became a family-run business as Vasilij Pigarev handed over the management of Garant Group to his sons, Aleksandr and Sergej.
We opened a warehouse in Rotterdam, the Netherlands.
The Garant trademark was renewed.
We added a new rep office in Las Palmas, Spain, to our map.
The Baltic Worker crane ship was welcomed to the family. We improved operational efficiency.
A separate trademark, Garant Boats & Yachts, was launched.
We've created and patented a new brand of mooring ropes, Amber.
The new company, Garant Protech was established.
Opened a warehouse in Busan, South Korea.
Our new distribution centers are now located in Singapore, Singapore, and Houston, USA.
We opened a warehouse in Montreal, Canada.
A service station in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, was established to survey the rescue and firefighting equipment.