Athens, Greece, June 4, 2014. Capital Ship Management Corporation (‘Capital’) is prioritising a business strategy inspired by, and applying, the key principles and goals of the International Maritime Organisation’s (IMO’s) Strategy for Sustainable Maritime Transport Systems. Capital is incorporating key 'imperatives' and 'goals', as defined by IMO in the company’s management systems across its operations.
Capital has established a task force to implement specific actions, plans, processes, and to develop systems addressing sustainability. Priority has...
Athens, Greece, April 5, 2013. Capital Ship Management Corp. successfully took delivery today of the container vessel M/V ’Hyundai Paramount’ at Hyundai Heavy Industries (“HHI”), Gunsan, South Korea. The M/V ‘Hyundai Paramount’ is a container vessel of 5,023 TEU and deadweight of 50,900 MT. It is one of five super-efficient new sister ships with eco-friendly design ordered, as Capital Maritime & Trading Corp. expands its operations into the container sector. All vessels have secured a 12 year time charter employment (+/- 60 days) to Hyundai Merchant...READ MORE
Athens, Greece, June 29, 2012. Capital Ship Management Corp. today announced that it successfully took delivery of the 8,000 TEU container vessels M/V Archimidis and M/V Agamemnon built 2006 and 2007 respectively at Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering Co., Ltd. (DSME), South Korea.READ MORE
Athens, Greece, June 26, 2012. Capital Ship Management Corp. today announced that Mr. Evangelos Marinakis, the Chief Executive Officer of Capital Maritime & Trading Corp., in a highly symbolic action, offered the amount of €168,590 to repurchase Greek bonds worth €1.4 million, thus joining 33-year-old Peter Nomikos’ initiative for the creation of a nonprofit, nongovernmental, nonpolitical foundation called “Greece Debt Free” (GDF).
"Through this act, I wanted to set an example so as to show that we should all contribute to our country during these...
Athens, Greece, October 27, 2011. Capital Ship Management Corp. today announced that it is organizing a charity run on the occasion of the 29th Athens Classic Marathon. On November 13th, twelve Capital employees will be running the 10k race to raise money and awareness for children and young adults with mental disabilities. We have chosen to support the ‘Sikaridio Foundation’ (http://www.sikiarideio.gr/index.php), an open care training centre for children and young adults with...READ MORE
Athens, Greece, March 20, 2011. Capital Ship Management Corp. today announced that Mr. Evangelos Marinakis, the Chief Executive Officer of Capital Maritime & Trading Corp., donated the amount of $140,000 to the Ambassador of Japan in Greece, Mr. Hiroshi Toda.
Mr. Evangelos Marinakis stated: “My personal relations, as well as those of my family, with Japan go way back in time, as a result of my investments in shipping ventures. We have worked together with the Japanese people in a number of occasions over the years and we were shocked by this biblical
Athens, Greece, January 16, 2011. Capital Ship Management Corp. took successful delivery of the newbuilding vessel M/V Aristos II from Samho Shipyard Ltd. in South Korea, today. The M/V Aristos II is a handy size bulker vessel with a deadweight of 32,400 MT.READ MORE
Athens, Greece, December 11, 2010. Mr Evangelos Marinakis, the Chief Executive Officer of Capital Maritime & Trading Corp. who is also Chairman of the Board of Directors of Capital Product Partners L.P., and Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Crude Carriers Corp., was selected as "Greek Shipping Newsmaker of the Year" for 2010 at the annual Lloyd's List Greek Shipping Awards that took place in Athens on December 10, 2010.READ MORE