AEC ends the year on a busy note
The end of the year continue to be busy with about 400.000mts of cargo onboard modern Handysize ships.
Highlighting the diversity of the customer base the cargoes being shipped are petroleum coke, coal, sugar, soya beans/meals and fertilizers to name a few commodities.
The USG has been busy area with six Handysize loading in December together with the activity from the U.S. East Coast and North Coast of South America.
Example of shipments being performed:
65.000mts of bulk Petcoke Houston/Brazil in two shipments
30.000mts of bulk Sugar from WCCA to USEC
30.000mts of Corn from the Black Sea to Tunisia
29.500mts of Soya beans from Texas to Tunisia
32.000mts of Soya bean meals from Texas to Egypt
62.350mts of Coal from the USEC to Morocco in two shipments
60.000mts of Soya Bean Meals ex Mississippi to WCSA and WCCA in two shipments
30.000mts of Urea from the Arabian Gulf to Brazil
32.000mts of Coal from Venezuela to the Caribbean
26.000mts of Coke from Columbia to Brazil
With the support of our Charterers and brokers the December volume underlines AEC’s increasing market share especially in the American market and we are proud to provide competitive freight services paired with excellent operations in this segment to our valuable clients.
We wish all our business contacts and friends a Merry Christmas.
Claas Grafe – Chartering Manager
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AEC takes delivery of Box Shaped Open Hatch vessel
AEC continue to be active with vessels transactions and during the first week of December a Japanese Double Hull Open Hatch Box Shaped Bulk Carrier entered into the AEC fleet in Vancouver, Canada.
The vessel is built in 2006 with 37,504 mts deadweight and has 36 mts cranes. On delivery the vessel entered into a long term Time Charter to a third party.
All owned vessels in the AEC fleet have Double Hulls, which do not only improve the general safety, but also reduce the vessels’ holds maintenance and result in faster, easier and less expensive hold cleaning between cargoes.
The fact that some of the AEC vessels are Open Hatch and fully Box Shaped makes AEC a player in the General and Project Cargo markets as well and furthermore create better flexibility and the possibility of better financial returns.
Thomas P. Mayr – S & P
Strengthening of the South American AEC Team
AEC core trading regions have been, and still are, North America and South America, where the company holds strong ties to the local important exporters and importers. AEC forward cargo book is usually mainly based on these continents.
To strengthen the AEC team and to comply with customers demand for AEC freight services, agreements has been made with Mr. Anderson Luis da Silva and Mr. Jose Cavalieri to join.
Mr. Anderson Luiz da Silva has previously worked for Clipper Shipping, Armada Shipping and Copenship in Sao Paulo and has via his previous jobs worked directly together with several individuals forming part of the current AEC team.
‘It is with great pleasure that we welcome Anderson to our Group. I have had the honor of working closely together with him in the past, so I’m confident he will add significant value as he joins us with a wealth of South American Chartering experience’ say Mr. Lars-Peter Madsen – CEO.
Da Silva will start 1st of February 2015 and has been nominated Chartering Manager of South America.
Mr. Jose Cavalieri has previously worked for Steinweg and Copenship, Sao Paulo and will work in the Operations Department as from 8th of December 2014.
‘We welcome a young, smart and well educated man like Jose and are positive that he will enhance our services towards our clients’ says Mr. Peter J. Pecry – Head of Operations.