MV EXCELSIOR DIVA  (63,500DWT) loading clinker at Djen Djen, Algeria.

The vessel loading a full cargo of Cement Clinker at the port of Djen Djen in Algeria with her own cranes and grabs. 

AEC’s fleet vessel MV Daiwan Wisdom (31,833DWT) discharging logs at Kandla, India.

As is customary the logs were secured with chains and other lashing materials, and of course with the collapsible stanchions all raised to hold the logs in. Turnbuckles were fitted on the top allowing the crew to tighten the lashing materials during the voyage. The cargo was loaded at various ports in South America.

Discharging of Aluminum Ingots from AEC’s fleet vessel MV ASAHI BULKER (33,179DWT) at Koper, Slovenia.

Aluminum ingots is non-ferrous product that is produced by pouring molten aluminum into special molds. These molds come in a variety of sizes and shapes, and the ingots created by this variety have different types in appearance.

The process of ingots production is done with high-tech equipment. The melt is purified, which excludes the presence of slag formations in the finished ingot, resulting in high quality products. The weights of produced ingot are normally between 7.5-8.5 kg. 

Aluminum Ingots or aluminum alloy are used in the production of everything from hexagon drives to pipes, sheets and other rolled products. Rolled metal is normally used for the manufacturing of building structures, building materials etc.

AEC discharging coal from the Bulk Carrier MV Argo B at Vila do Conde, Brazil.

MV ARGO B (35,315 mts Dwat) built 2010.


MV Corkscrew (33,193 DWT) loading Wire rods and Hot Rolled Coils with a semi-automatic spreader during a nice sunny day at Praia Mole, Brazil.

MV Emerald Enterprise (33,199 DWT) loading Pumice powder in a sunny day in Greece.

Pumice powder is used for cleaning and polishing circuit boards and used to prepare some sensitive parts of electronics such as the glass of the mobile phones and televisions.