On 13/05/2019 the 2005 build minibulker “Ems” was be handed over to its new owner. Before the handover was completed in Tallinn, the technical handover had already taken place in Gdynia three days before. The vessel has been part of the HS fleet since 2015 and since then has been in the nautical and technical management of the shipping company Eilbrecht in Emden.
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The multipurpose vessel “Mick” was the first of four planned newbuildings at the Chinese Taizhou Sanfu Ship Engineering Co., Ltd. Shipyard to be handed over to the owners. It will sail under the flag of Antigua & Barbuda with the charterer dship Carriers Pte. Ltd. and operated in worldwide trade.
The ship has a capacity of 12.233,8 tdw and is equipped with two loading cranes of the manufacturer Liebherr, which have a lifting capacity of up to 250 t. The main engine type 5G45ME-C was supplied by the manufacturer STX MAN B & W. It has a engine power of 4,800 kW.
We wish the newbuilding and its crew safe voyages!
The minibulker “Donau”, built in 2005 in the Netherlands, was handed over to its new owner on 03/04/2019. The ship has been part of the HS fleet since 2015 and since then has been in European operation under the nautical and technical management of the shipping company Eilbrecht.
All HS crew wishes the best to the new owner and the vessel!
On the 28/03/2019 the shipping company HS Bereederungs GmbH & Co. KG was able to commence its first bulkcarrier for the owner HS Schiffahrts UG (haftungsbeschränkt) & Co. KG MS “Mieke” in its fleet. The MV “Redhead” was taken over during his voyage from Riga to Puerto Cortes. The ship was built in 2010 and has a capacity of approximately 30,000 tdw. It is equipped with three loading cranes with a lifting capacity of up to 45 t. It was possible to conclude a long-term employment with the charterer Canfornav Inc.
The team of HS wishes the crew and the vessel always safe voyages!
On 25/01/2019 another minibulker could be taken over into the HS fleet. The MV “Alexander” was completed in Dhaka (Bangladesh) in 2012 but delivered by the shipyard to the owners in the first quarter of 2019. With a carrying capacity of approx. 5,500 tdw the 104.135 meter vessel will be used mainly in European waters. It is powered by a 2,040 kW main engine manufactured by Wärtsilä, type 6 L 26.
We wish the crew and the ship good time!
On 08/11/2018 the MV “Gesina Schepers” could be bought and taken over into the HS fleet. The containervessel was build in 2007 by the Chinese Jiangsu Eastern Shipyard. With a capacity of 869 TEU and equipped with two cranes (each 45mt capacity) and a high ice class E3 it will be operated in the Mediterranean.
We wish the crew and the vessel always safe voyages!
On 30.10.2018 the MV “Onego Ems” was handed over to its new owner in Rotterdam. The ship, which was built in 2003, was taken over in 2013 as MV “Jan” and since then has been operated worldwide by various charterers and under the management of HS Bereederung.
We wish the new owner all the best with the new vessel!
In June 2018 Arkon Allied Container (AAC) was founded by Arkon Shipping together with the shipping companies Jüngerhans, Wessels, HS Schiffahrt, Nordic and Jebsen as well as the chartering specialists Ole Gabs and Wolfgang Klodwig.
The objective of this foundation is to group the container feeder vessels of the shareholders to a large fleet, to jointly market the vessels and to optimize the cost structure of the chartering of the fleet.
With the registered office of the company in Haren/Ems the operational office is the former Arkon office in Hamburg.
Managing directors of AAC are Torsten Westphal, Ole Gabs and Wolfgang Klodwig.
After the forehanded antitrust auditing was concluded without any objections, AAC started its operational business in August.
In general, AAC is open for the acceptance of additional shareholders. The precondition for the admittance is to bring in further vessels that reasonably supplement the fleet.
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