About Us

Reliable as the parts we sell, GLINAR™ Global Spare Parts Network – the union of vessel part suppliers, established as a joint venture in 2006 by leading experts in fleet management, shipbuilding and ship repairing creating a worldwide venture.

From the very beginning company inherited and gradually expanded a range of services provided to the client.

Our teams and departments employ certified specialists in the field of shipbuilding, supply, logistics and ship management.

GLINAR™ GSPN supply genuine and O.E.M. high quality spare parts for our clients worldwide, within short periods at competitive prices working directly with spare parts manufacturers without mediators. Main brand of our stock : Wärtsilä with  Sulzer, Stork and Deutz, MAN with STX and HHI,  Caterpillar and MaK, Rolls-Royce, Yanmar, Daihatsu and more and more other.

We carry items in our storages daily to be able to fill emergency and last minute orders.

The best service is our value. Strategically situated storages in Korea, Europe and Brazil are our goal to provide JIT deliveries to meet our client’s requirements with the utmost precision and flexibility.

All parts are outgoing a thorough quality check before shipment and we provide warranties for delivered goods.

GLINAR™ can assist your business by organizing and providing consulting and engineering services in the field of project management, will carry out independent inspections of vessels’ technical condition and thickness measurements worldwide at competitive prices. In addition we provide insurance broker services.

From summer 2016 GLINAR™ and Glinar Turbo inventors and researchers team hard working for producing and running test of NEW TYPE of bearing for improving lifetime and increase overhauling interval for existing turbochargers.

GLINAR™ Global Spare Parts Network managed by ISO 9001:2009 standard is proud to be the your choice!

On the 20th of April 2017 “GLINAR’’ Ltd. has signed an agreement Nr. SKV-L-2017/217  with Investment and Development Agency of Latvia (LIAA)  for the project “International competitiveness promotion”, which is co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund.