DAO Shipping Ltd. (DAO) is a ship owning company focused on the dry cargo market. DAO is an affiliated company of Ray Car Carriers Ltd, one of the leading ship owners in the car carrier sector. The Company commenced operations in 2012 with the delivery of a series of supramax bulk carriers from Hyundai Mipo Dockyard in South Korea. DAO fleet continues to grow with further ships delivering from leading shipyards in Asia.
DAO Shipping management has substantial experience in ship owning, shipbuilding, ship finance and commercial and technical ship management. The Company has a prudent business philosophy based on long-term cooperation with major global shipping and logistics companies, commodity producers and end users. DAO Shipping is committed to building efficient, high-specification ships at first-class shipyards.
More information is available on http://dao.co.uk
A joint venture between the Boelwerf and the Cigrang families in 1969, Bocimar was established to focus on transporting coal, ore and grain in the Atlantic Ocean. Under the direction of Jacques Saverys, Bocimar soon expanded to provide worldwide transportation of all dry goods.
Today, Bocimar is involved in every element of dry bulk shipping: new building, technical, operations, chartering. A subsidiary of CMB since 1982, Bocimar maintains offices in Antwerp, Singapore, Hong Kong and Tokyo.
Bocimar’s in-house technical department collaborates with CMB Technologies to equip vessels with leading technology. This has enabled the construction of custom designed vessels. Bocimar currently operates a fleet of 60 dry bulk vessels of all sizes:
In 2016, the fleet carried a total of 41,500,000 MT of cargo.
More information is available on https://www.cmb.be/en/division/bocimar
The Hadley Shipping Group Ltd operates as one of the few remaining family controlled British shipping companies. The Company has navigated through often volatile and unpredictable markets with a legacy of prudent and responsible investment to prove credible growth and continued expansion.
Hadley Shipping has mainly been involved in the operation of bulk carriers with particular focus in the last twenty five years on the Panamax market. Latterly the Group has also invested in the Container market through the acquisition of two vessels, one of which remains in the fleet, and the RoRo market through Foreland Shipping Ltd, a special purpose vehicle to operate 6 Roll on Roll off ferries for the UK’s Ministry of Defence.
More information is available on http://hadleyshipping.com/history/
Fednav is Canada’s largest ocean-going dry-bulk shipowning and chartering group. For over 70 years, Fednav has been delivering practical, innovative maritime transportation solutions as a pioneer in the international shipping industry. With offices on four continents and a reputation built on a commitment to customer care and reliability, Fednav is the leader in international shipping on the Great Lakes, as well as the Canadian Arctic, boasting the world’s largest fleet of ice-class bulk carriers.
More information is available on http://www.fednav.com
CLdN Cobelfret SA is involved in the worldwide transportation of around 50 million tonnes per annum of coal, iron ore, bauxite and other dry bulk products through freight contracts with industrial and mineral groups.
It operates a fleet of owned and chartered bulk carriers in sizes ranging between 30,000 and 200,000 tonnes deadweight.
More information is available on http://www.cldn.com
Euro Marine Logistics (EML), a joint venture project between Mitsui OSK Lines and Hoegh Autoliners.
EML has a leading role in European Short Sea transport of finished vehicles and other RO/RO project cargo.
More information is available on http://www.euro-marine.eu
EBE NV is a private limited company that was incorporated in Belgium in March 2016. Owns modern Japanese built vessels ranging from ultramax to capesize.