Our chartering department is comprised of four desks specializing on Capesize, Panamax, Supramax & Handysize. Each desk concentrates on marketing our exclusive and close tonnage whilst another team tends to charterers, trading houses and operators alike in order to adequately cover our clients’ needs. Carriers represent on an exclusive basis numerous Greek owners. We are also working closely with the majority of the local shipowners from whom we enjoy good support. Carriers exclusively handles chartering for over 80 vessels from capesize to handies.

Our dedicated brokers’ desk for charterers ensures that our overseas clients can rely on us to cover the Greek market efficiently and also provide them with excellent counterparts with whom to conclude their business. We cater to our clients’ needs by providing real time trading information and vessel fixture reports, while our chartering support team monitors the FFA curves and record cargo volumes. We utilize this data in order to best guide our principals in making the best on-the-spot decisions.

The dynamics of the trading floor allow for efficient communication of real time market information, which culminates in comprehensive market coverage.


Our Post Fixing/Operations department consists of experienced operators working around the clock ensuring that no issues arise during each vessel’s employment. The team always works proactively to deal and solve any matter as expeditiously as possible.


The S&P department covers all types of vessel segments on a worldwide basis, including Bulk Carriers, Tankers, Containerships, Ro-Ro/Ferries, Cruise ships and other specialized vessels.

Our services consist of Newbuilding Contracting, Second Hand S&P, Ship Repairs, Demolition/Recycling and Vessel Valuations for Shipowners as well as for Banks. We have developed a vast network with shipyards in Japan, Korea and China and also with Demolition and Scrap buyers in Bangladesh, India and Pakistan.

By working closely with the chartering desk we have the capacity to conclude project based S&P transactions such as to ‘tie-up’ long term charters together with freshly acquired vessels prior to their physical delivery providing a hedging strategy for vessel acquisition against market risk.