elin Shipping

Elin Shipping was established in September 2005 for the management of the charcoal tankers used by ELINOIL for the transportation of fuel to the island network of service stations as well as for the supply of the company’s fuel facilities in Volos and Porto Lagos.

Following the latest imperatives of merchant shipping, elin Shipping has to meet ELINOIL’s high-quality objectives for fuel handling, by ensuring that transport needs are met as quickly as possible, while fully complying with the laws and rules applicable to maritime transport of fuels.

elin Shipping:

  • features a high-standard, innovative three-ship fleet built after 2004;
  • applies procedures based on the international codes ISM (International Safety Management) and ISPS (International Ship and Port Facility Security) as a tool in the management of its ships;
  • is staffed with experienced and well-trained human resources.

The above factors guarantee that elin Shipping can offer quality transport services while at the same time achieving absolutely safe and environmentally friendly fuel transportation in Greek seas.

Elin Shipping, besides serving the fueling needs of ELINOIL’s service stations and facilities, offers fuel transportation services to third parties, always providing the same high level of quality and safety.

Elin Shipping is a member of EENMA (Association of Short Sea Shipping Shipowners).

Analytical data on elin Shipping

The shipping company under the name “ELIN SHIPPING COMPANY” was established on 6/9/2005. The company is registered in the Register of Shipping Companies of Law 959/79 under the serial number 3915, and its term has been set until 31/12/2090. The company’s headquarters are the Municipality of Kifissia, Attica, 33, Pigon Street and its object is the operation and management of ships to serve ELINOIL’s transportation needs. The exclusive purpose of the company, in accordance with Article 2 of its establishment agreement, is the ownership of Greek merchant ships, the operation or management of Greek or foreign flag merchant ships and the acquisition of shares in other Shipping Companies having the same purpose.

 

Share capital and shareholder structure 

Its share capital amounts to EUR 1,100,000.00 divided into 1,100,000 shares with a nominal value of EUR 1.00 each and its shareholder structure is as follows:

Shareholders Number of Shares Rate of Contribution
ELINOIL S.A.        1,099,999           99.99%
ELIN TECHNICAL S.A.              1            0.01%

 

Board of Directors

The company is administered by a three-member Board of Directors, which consists of:

Giannis Aligizakis Chairman
Georgios Tsounias Vice-Chairman
Nikos Liapis Member

The Board’s term of office expires on 11/01/2021.

 

elin Shipping fleet

Elin Shipping has a fleet of pioneering high-end design, three of them built after 2004. It also applies procedures based on the international codes ISM (International Safety Management) and ISPS (International Ship and Port Facility Security) as a tool in the management of its ships, and is staffed with experienced and well-trained human resources.

In detail, the ships of elin Shipping:

M/T ELIN POSEIDON

  • Length (m): 91,73
  • Breadth (m): 15,80
  • Speed (knots): 13,00
  • Deadweight (mtn): 3842,02
  • Max Draft (m): 5,71
  • Max Capacity (m3): 4056,14
  M/T APILIOTIS

  • Length (m): 77,22
  • Breadth (m): 13,00
  • Speed (knots): 13,00
  • Deadweight (mtn): 1975,00
  • Max Draft (m): 4,51
  • Max Capacity (m3): 2194,99
  M/T ZEFYROS

  • Length (m): 77,22
  • Breadth (m): 13,00
  • Speed (knots): 13,00
  • Deadweight (mtn): 1999,00
  • Max Draft (m): 4,51
  • Max Capacity (m3): 2194,