DRY CARGO SPECIALIST IN WORLDWIDE OCEAN TRANSPORT
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- Established in 1921, Spliethoff manages a fleet of about 50 modern, Dutch flagged, 1A ice-classed, multipurpose vessels, ranging from 11,000 to 23,000 DWT. All vessels are equipped with removable tweendecks and cargo cranes with capacities up to 240 tonnes in tandem lift. The fleet is constantly being renewed. Highly trained personnel in a global office network, on board the ships and in ports all over the world are dedicated to maintaining stringent safety and quality standards. Spliethoff offers reliable worldwide ocean transport. Through its vast network of offices and extensive managed fleet, the company is capable of serving clients everywhere on the globe, from tropical regions to inhospitable environments like the Antarctic. Wherever clients operate, Spliethoff commits to delivering the highest quality standards to meet the requirements of its clients. With almost 100 years of experience, Spliethoff is well equipped and proud to build on its heritage in the decades to come. Spliethoff is member of the Spliethoff Group, one of the largest ship management companies in the Netherlands. With nearly a century of maritime experience, the Amsterdam headquartered Group has a broad portfolio of specialised services in sectors including dry cargo, breakbulk and project cargo (SpliethoffTM), project and heavy lifts (BigLift ShippingTM), container and Ro-Ro cargo and door-to-door services (TransfennicaTM and Transfennica LogisticsTM), shortsea (Wijnne BarendsTM), yacht transport (Sevenstar Yacht Transport®) and Ro-Ro tonnage provider (Bore TM). The Spliethoff Group operates a large and modern fleet of more than 100 vessels ranging from 2,100 to 23,000 tonnes. This fleet includes multipurpose, geared tweendeckers, heavy lift vessels, semi-submersibles, shortsea and Ro-Ro vessels. The company is used to operating in challenging conditions, with almost all the vessels having Ice Class Swedish/Finnish 1A certification and some even Super 1A.
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