Multraship Towage & Salvage is a division of the Muller Maritime Group, a private company owned jointly by the Muller family of Terneuzen, The Netherlands and Hamburg based Fairplay Towage.

The company's core activities are:

The Muller family has been engaged in the shipping industry for more than 230 years, specializing in towage and salvage since 1911. Multraship operates a large, modern fleet of tugs, self propelled floating sheerlegs, diving support vessels and other units. The company's head-office is situated in Terneuzen, the Netherlands. Branch-offices are located in Bulgaria and Romania in order to facilitate towage, salvage and related services in the Black Sea area. 

Other divisions and participations of the Muller Maritime Group include VEBO and Montis Mooring - providers of linehandling and boatmen services in the port of Terneuzen, Antwerp Towage, joint-venture with Fairplay providing towage services in the river areas of the port of Antwerp and CTOW, a joint-venture with DEME and Herbosch-Kiere, providing services for dedicated maritime terminals worldwide, including all port operation activities.

The management of the company is under the reliable control of the fourth generation of the Muller family, all of whom have hands-on experience. Practical knowledge and experience go hand-in-hand with the dynamic enthusiasm and ambitions of a young generation of entrepreneurs determined to expand the company's activities and drive it forward.

Being independent, Multraship does not suffer from divided loyalties. It simply aims to provide the best possible service, taking pride in its commitment to respond - rapidly and competitively - to the needs of its clients.

Reliability, flexibility, professionalism and the personal touch are the cornerstones of its services.

Multraship has implemented a total quality and safety management system and is ISO 9001, SCC* (VCA*), ISM and ISPS certified.

The company is a member of the International Salvage Union (ISU), the European Tugowners Association (ETA), the Royal Dutch Shipowners Association (KVNR), the International Association for Rhine Navigation (IVR) and the Central Bureau for Rhine & Inland Navigation (CBRB).