Oldendorff Carriers normally operates around 500 vessels at any one time.
We usually operate a diversified fleet of over 500 bulk carriers at any one time. To supplement our chartered fleet, we will always maintain a sizeable number of fully-owned vessels. We invest in strategic assets for our core fleet. As the objective is to increase our net worth, we prefer to buy and sell counter-cyclically. Since 1980 alone, we have concluded around 500 deals for buying or selling of ships.
We ordered around 50 ‘eco’ newbuildings in China, Korea and Japan for delivery from 2014 onwards. The new vessels feature very low fuel consumption and a significantly reduced carbon footprint.
By 2017, these environmentally friendly vessels will make up 90% of the capacity of our own fleet. Furthermore, most of our long-term chartered ships are ‘eco’ types.
For our transshipment trades, we own and operate a large fleet of transloaders, transshipment platforms, floating cranes, barges, tugs, crew boats and other equipment. We also participate in the CSL Selfunloader Pool with five selfunloaders.
We are currently the largest user of index chartered vessels and typically have between 50 and 100 vessels of all sizes on such floating charter TC or BB contracts (including newbuildings to come).
Built 2016-2017 at YZJ, Kouan & Hantong208,000 tdw on 18.40m299.95 m x 50.00 m223,000 cbmGearlessMewis Duct*Including 3 long-term chartered units
Built 2014-2015 at Hyundai Heavy208,000 tdw on 18.45m300.00 m x 50.00 m224,000 cbmGearlessMewis Duct*Including 2 long-term chartered units
Built 2015 at Yangzijiang94,000 tdw on 14.5m235.00 m x 38.00 m3 x 52 t (45 m Outreach)EmstechBow & Stern
Built 2014-2016 at Jinling81,000 tdw on 14.52m229.00 m x 32.26 mSide Mounted 4 x 40 tSMAG 20 cbmIce Class 1c
Built 2014-2015 at JMU, Japan61,000 tdw on 13.06m198.00 m x 32.24 m4 x 30 t (26 m Outreach)SMAG 20 cbmIce Class 1c
Built 2014 at NACKS61,000 tdw on 13.03m199.90 m x 32.24 m77,500 cbm4 x 35 tSMAG 15 cbm grabs
Built 2015 - 2017 at Qingshan & YZI63,500 tdw on 13.30m199.90 m x 32.26 m78,800 cbm4 x 35 - 40 tSMAG 15 cbm grabs
Built 2014 - 2017 at Jinling38,700 tdw on 10.52m179.99 m x 30.00 mOpen Hatch Box Shaped4 x 40 - 45 t (30 m Outreach)Logsfitted, Ice Class 1c
Built 2020 at Oshima, Japan61,100 tdw on 13.31 m200.00 m x 32.26 m78,600 cbm4 x 30 tSuper-eco, strong tanktop
OUR FLEET'S GONE ECO
Since 2013 we have ordered around 50 “Eco” newbuilding bulk carriers in China, Korea and Japan for delivery from 2014 onwards. These new vessels feature very low fuel consumption and a significantly reduced carbon footprint. By 2017, these environmentally friendly vessels will make up 90% of the capacity of our own fleet. Furthermore, most of our long-term chartered ships are "eco" types.
Since 1993, Oldendorff Carriers has been successfully operating its self-unloading bulk carriers in a commercial pool with CSL International. The pool, which also includes Algoma and Marbulk as members, operates the world’s largest fleet of self-unloading vessels.
We can help you to optimise your bulk logistics. Oldendorff Carriers operates innovative and cost-efficient transshipment solutions in Turkey, Guyana, Trinidad, as well as the Arabian Gulf, which enables our clients to use bigger ships despite shallow waters. As a package deal, we normally also take care of the ocean transportation.