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History
  • 1875 The Inglessis family began trading goods from the island of Samos using a small fleet of sailing ships
  • 1880s Development of a leather manufacturing company in Karlovasi, Samos
  • 1885 Creation of a wine production factory in Karlovasi, Samos
  • 1911 Samos Steamship officially established
  • 1911 Purchase of first steamship, “Dimitrios Inglessis” transporting wine produced in Samos to France
  • 1914 Expansion to the area of tobacco and cigarette production
  • 1919 Purchase of passenger / cargo ships to connect Italy with Piraeus and Greek islands, including Samos
  • 1938 Relocation of wine factory to the Peloponnese
  • WWII Fleet destroyed in the war
  • Post WWII Purchase of several Liberty ships from the U.S.
  • 1963 Offices in London under the Pegasus Ocean Services Co. and in Piraeus under Pleiades Shipping Services
  • 1960s-1970s Around 40 new multipurpose ships and bulk carriers ordered from Japanese shipyards
  • 1972 Newbuilding contracts signed with B&W shipyard in Denmark
  • 1987/88 Entry into tanker sector with purchase of LR2 “Obelix” and VLCCs
  • 1989 Purchase of PCCT “Ravel”
  • 1991 Samos Steamship Co. established in Piraeus, with a sister office in London, Alberta Shipbrokers Ltd
  • Early 1990s Samos Steamship worked with OBOs
  • Late 1990s Purchase of large DWT tankers and bulkers
  • 2004 Entry into gas sector with purchase of “Sweet Dream”
  • 2000s Ambitious new building program, consolidating the successful relationship with Japanese shipyards
Organization Chart
Policies

Commitment to Excellence

Clearly defined policies and extensive procedures form a robust infrastructure

CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT
PLAN

Identify needs and set clear plans, define roles and responsibilities

ACT

Consistent implementation of plans

MEASURE

Check, evaluate and assess information

IMPROVE

Achieve long-term results

MONITOR

Follow-up and evaluate measures taken, Self Assessment

Cargoes
Cargo Type M.Tonnes of Cargo
52%
Dirty Petroleum Products
91,931,111
33%
ORE / COAL / Other Bulk Cargoes
58,194,140
10%
Clean Petroleum Products
16,904,929
3%
Grains
5,704,806
2%
Steel Products
4,013,960
Total Cargo 176,748,946 MT

DRY CARGOES

Steels / Aluminium Finished Products
Project Cargoes
Petcoke
Ores
Grain / Agricultural Products
Fertilizers
Bauxite / Alumina
Cement / Aggregates
Concentrates / Minerals / DRIs
Forrest products / Pulp / Pellets
Scrap
Steel Pipes

Liquid CARGOES

  • Dirty Petroleum Products: crude oil (heated and unheated), fuel oil, CBFS, VGO
  • Clean Petroleum Products: gas oil, gasoline,Jet A1, naphtha
  • Vegetable Oils: coconut oil, palm oil, soya, stearline, sunflower oil

 

Managing Risk

TOP MANAGEMENT CONTINUOUS INVOLVEMENT

  • Weekly Management Meetings to set course
  • Quarterly performance review meetings as part of the Self Assessment process
  • Dynamic KPI plan, common for Tankers and Bulk Carriers
  • TMSA based 5 year action plan

VESSEL MONITORING

  • Frequent shipboard inspections by Technical, Vetting and Crew Superintendents
  • Sailing inspections audits to determine level of procedures implementation and get raw feedback
  • Detailed inspection reports conveyed up to the Top Management
  • Own inspections findings are benchmarked against those coming from third bodies (Class, PSC, SIRE etc)
KPIs
4 stage

TMSA (Tanker Management Self-Assessment)

Zero Spills

2.54

Observations per vetting

Zero detentions since 2002

90%

Of total PSC inspectations are deficiency free

Health and Safety

  • LTIF (Lost Time Injury Frequency): 0.78
  • TRCF (Total Recordable Cases Frequency): 0.78
  • Zero Fatal / PTDs / PPDs
  • Zero Fires / Explosion
  • Zero Spills

Inspections / Audits

  • Average findings per vetting inspection: 2.14
  • ISM / ISPS / ISO / MLC Audits Non Conformances per audit: 0.00

PSC Inspections

  • Average Deficiencies per Inspection: 0.24
  • 90% Deficiency Free Inspections
  • Zero Detentions since 2002

Commercial Operations

  • 100% Successful Vetting Inspections
  • Less than 0.001% Fleet Operational Downtime
  • Less than 0.001% Off Hire on Annual Basis

Office Performance

  • Energy Efficiency Operational Index: 8.52
  • 99% Retention Rate of Office Staff
  • 95% Retention Rate for top 4 Officers
  • 90% Retention Rate for Officers
  • 93% Retention Rate for Ratings
  • USCG Qualship Certification
  • LTIF (Lost Time Injury Frequency): 0.78
  • TRCF (Total Recordable Cases Frequency): 0.78
  • Zero Fatal / PTDs / PPDs
  • Zero Fires / Explosion
  • Zero Spills
  • Average findings per vetting inspection: 2.14
  • ISM / ISPS / ISO / MLC Audits Non Conformances per audit: 0.00
  • Average Deficiencies per Inspection: 0.24
  • 90% Deficiency Free Inspections
  • Zero Detentions since 2002
  • 100% Successful Vetting Inspections
  • Less than 0.001% Fleet Operational Downtime
  • Less than 0.001% Off Hire on Annual Basis
  • Energy Efficiency Operational Index: 8.52
  • 99% Retention Rate of Office Staff
  • 95% Retention Rate for top 4 Officers
  • 90% Retention Rate for Officers
  • 93% Retention Rate for Ratings
  • USCG Qualship Certification
Chartering

Alberta Shipbrokers Ltd

Established in 1991, Alberta Shipbrokers is a chartering agent exclusively promoting Samos Steamship Company’s managed vessels to the international shipping market.

Alberta Shipbrokers works with all the major chartering brokers and charterers worldwide.

For further enquiries, please contact.

Tel: 0044 207 481 3999

mail@albertaship.com

Tanker Fleet

Vessel Name Type Builder DWT Year Built
Kokkari VLCC Universal / Japan 297538 2008
Karvounis Crude Oil Carrier Sumitomo / Japan 156229 2013
Oracle Oil Tanker Sumitomo / Japan 105380 2008
Ambrosia Product / Crude Oil Carrier Sumitomo / Japan 105363 2006
Nectar Oil Tanker Sumitomo / Japan 105317 2005
Samos Product / Crude Oil Carrier Sumitomo / Japan 104649 2010
Jasmin Joy Oil Tanker Sumitomo / Japan 104604 2009
Alberta Product / Crude Oil Carrier Sumitomo / Japan 104243 2010
Mariposa Oil / Chemical Tanker IMO 3 Onomichi / Japan 50120 2010
Petalouda Product Onomichi / Japan 47322 2008
Papillon Oil / Chemical Tanker IMO 3 Onomichi / Japan 47302 2007
Butterfly Product Onomichi / Japan 47300 2005

Bulk Carrier Fleet

Vessel Name Type Builder DWT Year Built
London Spirit Capesize / Newcastlemax Universal / Japan 207960 2007
Stamatis Capesize / Newcastlemax Universal / Japan 203266 2004
Pythagoras Supramax Mitsui Tamano / Japan 56132 2012
Mykali Supramax Mitsui Tamano / Japan 56132 2011
Red Jacket Supramax / Boxhold Oshima / Japan 52224 2008
Samos Majesty Supramax / Boxhold Oshima / Japan 50790 2009
Sunset Handymax / Boxhold Saiki / Japan 37334 2009
Sunshine Handymax / Boxhold Saiki / Japan 37317 2009
Sunrise Handymax / Boxhold Saiki / Japan 37268 2009

NEW BUILDINGS / TANKERS

Type DWT Builder Delivery
LR1 80000 Onomichi, Japan Q2 2017

NEW BUILDINGS / TANKERS

Type DWT Builder Delivery
Aframax 115000 Namura, Japan Q2 2017

NEW BUILDINGS / TANKERS

Type DWT Builder Delivery
LR1 80000 Onomichi, Japan Q3 2017

NEW BUILDINGS / TANKERS

Type DWT Builder Delivery
MR 50000 Onomichi, Japan Q3 2018

NEW BUILDINGS / BULK CARRIERS

Type DWT Builder Delivery
Kamsarmax 82000 Sanoyas, Japan Q2 2018

NEW BUILDINGS / BULK CARRIERS

Type DWT Builder Delivery
Kamsarmax 82000 Sanoyas, Japan Q3 2018

Sensitive to all environmental affairs, Samos Steamship Co. adopts the highest level of pollution prevention standards, imposing strict policies and maintaining extensive procedures. Keeping close relationships with all maritime organizations understands the trends of new legislations and is timely prepared for fore coming requirements.

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