Αθήνα, Ελλάδα, 24 Ιουνίου 2015. Την Δευτέρα 22 Ιουνίου, το βράδυ, το υπό διαχείρηση πλοίο της Capital Ship Management Corp. M/T 'Agisilaos' (δεξαμενόπλοιο μεταφοράς χημικών και προιόντων του πετρελαίου, χωρητικότητας 36.700 τόνων (dwt)), έλαβε οδηγίες από την MRCC Malta και την MRCC Roma για την εκτροπή της πορείας του και τη συμμετοχή στη διάσωση 220 μεταναστών που διέτρεχαν κίνδυνο σε ένα μικρό σκάφος στη Μεσόγειο, ανατολικά της Μάλτας.
Athens, Greece, June 10, 2015. Capital Ship Management Corp. took successful delivery of the newbuilding vessel M/V Akadimos from Daewoo-Mangalia Heavy Industries S.A. in Romania today. The M/V Akadimos is a 115,145 dwt / 9,288 teu, Eco-Flex, Wide Beam Containership. The vessel is under time charter to CMA CGM. For the duration of the charter it has been renamed to “CMA CGM Amazon”.
Athens, Greece, April 9, 2015. The ‘Green Environmental Achievement Award” was today presented to Capital Ship Management Corp. by the Port of Long Beach in Southern California, U.S.A.
This award is being granted to operators that called the Port of Long Beach in 2014 and demonstrated that 90% or more of all its vessel trips complied with the Green Flag – Voluntary Vessel Speed Reduction Program.
Athens, Greece, March 31, 2015. Capital Ship Management Corp. took successful delivery of the newbuilding vessel M/T Active from Samsung Heavy Industries (Ningbo) Co., Ltd. in China today. The M/T Active is a 50,000 dwt, IMO II/III Eco Chemical/Product Tanker. It is the first of eight super-efficient new sister ships with eco-friendly design to be delivered between 2015 and 2016.
Athens, Greece, March 15, 2015. The ‘Active Greece’ Award was awarded to Capital Ship Management Corp for its worldwide distinction as a Greek-owned company.
The Award was presented on March 12, 2015 at the ‘Active Greece Awards' 2015 ceremony at the Piraeus Port Authority events hall in Athens, Greece organized by the Greek Active Business Publishing Group and Statbank.
Athens, Greece, March 9, 2015. M/T Alexander the Great, M/T Achilleas and M/T Atlantas, all vessels managed by Capital Ship Management Corp., received the QualShip 21 award by the U.S. Coast Guard.
Athens, Greece, December 11, 2014. The Maritime Administration of the Republic of the Marshall Islands commended the Master, Officers and Crew of M/T Arionas, managed by Capital Ship Management Corp. ('Capital'), for the successful rescue of 163 migrants on June 7, 2014 south of Malta.
Athens, Greece - December 10, 2014 - Capital Ship Management Corp. announced that 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., , was selected as Lloyd’s List’s "Greek Shipping Newsmaker of the Year” for 2014.
Mr. Marinakis was commended for completing a major round of tanker and containership investments, strengthening Capital Product Partners, introducing IMO sustainable shipping principles to Capital Ship Management
Athens, Greece, October 31, 2014. The Amver ‘Special Rescue Award’ was awarded to Capital Ship Management Corp and the Shipmaster of M/T Arionas, Captain Christian Manole, for the successful rescue of 163 migrants on June 7, 2014 south of Malta.
It was a major rescue operation, as 163 migrants in distress on board two inflatable boats were safely accommodated on the vessel’s deck and provided with all necessary provisions (water, food, blankets etc.) and disembarked in Augusta Port in Sicily, the next day, June 8, 2014.
The Award was presented on...
Athens, Greece, October 24, 2014. M/T Amoureux, a vessel managed by Capital Ship Management Corp., received the QualShip 21 award by the U.S. Coast Guard.
Athens, Greece, June 10, 2014. On Saturday June 7, in the early morning hours, M/T Arionas, a vessel managed by Capital Ship Management Corp., received instructions by MRCC Malta and MRCC Rome to divert course and take part in the rescue of 163 migrants in distress on board two inflatable boats in the Mediterranean, south of Malta.
After a successful rescue operation, 163 migrants boarded safely, were accommodated on the deck and provided with all necessary provisions (water, food, blankets etc.). None appeared to require medical attention. At the same time, all...
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...