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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
51%
Dirty Petroleum Products
122,592,308
31%
ORE / COAL / Other Bulk Cargoes
75,466,865
11%
Clean Petroleum Products
25,967,643
4%
Steel Products
8,533,078
3%
Grains
8,019,497
Total Cargo 240,579,391 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
3 stage

TMSA3 (Tanker Management Self-Assessment)

Zero Spills

2.54

Observations per vetting

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: 2.39
  • ISM / ISPS / ISO / MLC Audits Non Conformances per audit: 0.00
  • Flag State Inspections: Zero Findings

PSC Inspections

  • Average Deficiencies per Inspection: 0.28
  • 83.33% Deficiency Free Inspections

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: 2.39
  • ISM / ISPS / ISO / MLC Audits Non Conformances per audit: 0.00
  • Flag State Inspections: Zero Findings
  • Average Deficiencies per Inspection: 0.28
  • 83.33% Deficiency Free Inspections
  • 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 (Ariake) / Japan 297538 2008
Karvounis Suezmax Sumitomo / Japan 156229 2013
Platanos Aframax Namura / Japan 114578 2019
Oracle Aframax Sumitomo / Japan 105380 2008
Samos Aframax Sumitomo / Japan 104649 2010
Jasmin Joy Aframax Sumitomo / Japan 104604 2009
Alberta Aframax Sumitomo / Japan 104760 2010
Epicurus LR1 / Chemical IMO 3 Onomichi / Japan 79945 2017
Aristarchos LR1 / Chemical IMO 3 Onomichi / Japan 79905 2017
Manolates MR / Chemical IMO 2 Onomichi / Japan 49999 2018

Bulk Carrier Fleet

Vessel Name Type Builder DWT Year Built
London Spirit Capesize / Newcastlemax Universal / Japan 207960 2007
Stamatis Capesize / Newcastlemax Universal (Ariake) / Japan 203266 2004
Freedom* Capesize Universal / Japan 182205 2011
Limnionas* Kamsarmax Sasebo / Japan 85035 2017
Karlovasi* Kamsarmax Oshima / Japan 82354 2016
Ormos* Kamsarmax Sanoyas / Japan 81944 2019
Balos* Kamsarmax Sanoyas / Japan 82025 2018
Pythagoras Supramax Mitsui Tamano / Japan 56135 2012
Mykali Supramax Mitsui Tamano / Japan 56132 2011
Red Jacket Supramax / Boxhold Oshima / Japan 52224 2008

NEW BUILDINGS / TANKERS

TypeDWTBuilderDelivery
Suezmax158000Universal (JMU), JapanQ2, 2021
Aframax112000Sumitomo, JapanQ2, 2021
Suezmax158000Universal (JMU), JapanQ3, 2021
Aframax112000Sumitomo, JapanQ2, 2022

Careers

We are inviting experienced and passionate individuals to join our team.

SAMOS STEAMSHIP CO (the Company/We), collects and processes personal data relating to job applicants, as part of any recruitment process.

As a company we need to collect and hold data about you to enable us to process your job application. We will only process your data for the purposes for which we collected it.

The Company, is committed to protecting the privacy and security of your personal information (‘personal data’).

What information do we collect?

The information we hold about you may include the following:

 

  • Personal details, including name, title, address, telephone number, email address, date of birth;
  • Details of your qualifications, skills, experience, references, a CV, cover letter and previous employment details;
  • Any information you provide to us during an interview [if this takes place].
  • We may also collect, store and use the following “special categories” of more sensitive personal information: such as your race or ethnicity, and/or your health, including any disability and/or medical condition, copy of passport.

 

Please note that the “special categories” information, will not form part of the assessment of your application except it is necessary for checking fitness for work.

 

It is important that the data we hold about you is accurate and current. Please keep us informed of any changes after you submit your application.

 

Where will it be stored?

 

Data will be stored, manually or electronically, in a range of different places, including on your application record, in HR management systems and on other IT systems (including email).

 

Who has access to data?

 

Your information may be shared internally for the purposes of the recruitment exercise. We will not share your data with third parties, unless your application for employment is successful and we make you an offer of employment. In this case you will be informed accordingly.

 

As a matter of exception and only in case you apply as a seafarer and you are recruited through a manning agency, such manning agency will be involved in the collection of the personal data of the Applicant. Also, we or such manning agency may share your name and other identification details to medical centers, so that you may undertake the medical examinations which are necessary for the evaluation of your fitness for duty. In such cases, the results of the medical examinations should be provided directly from the Applicant to us and/or the manning agent and not through the medical center. Also, the Company may share certain personal data of the Applicant with training centers/companies for Applicant’s training and for the issuance of his certificates and licenses. All these entities are data processors and are bound to use the Applicant’s personal data on our behalf, comply with strict security obligations and not use your personal data for their own benefit.

 

When the above-mentioned service providers, such as manning agencies and medical centers are located outside the EU/EEA, the Company ensures that there is a lawful transfer of the Applicant’s personal data by entering into the standard contractual clauses with all of the above service providers. You can request to receive a copy of the above clauses by sending an email to the Company’s Data Protection Coordinator, whose details are mentioned below.

 

How long it will be kept for?

 

The Company may retain personal data of unsuccessful applicants for a maximum period of one (1) year since you submitted the job application.

 

You are free to withdraw your consent at any time. The withdrawal of consent shall not affect the lawfulness of processing based on consent before its withdrawal. If a job offer is made, a more comprehensive GDPR consent form will be issued.

 

You have the right to request to access, rectify and erase your personal data and the right to restrict and to object to the processing of your personal data.

 

You have the right to lodge a complaint with the Hellenic Data Protection Authority. (tel of Data Protection Authority: +3021 0647 5600, for further contact details, pls. refer to the link: www.dpa.gr)

 

Your consent is requested

 

We would like your consent to hold personal and special data about you in order that we can process your employment application.

 

You are reminded that if your application is unsuccessful your data will be destroyed after one (1) year.

 

Following this period this data will be deleted promptly and permanently.

 

For the exercise of the above rights and any other question or request in relation to the processing of your personal data from the Company, you may contact the Data Protection Coordinator, by email at gdpr@samossteamship.gr or by calling (+30) 210 9465900

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