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Columbia Shipmanagement

COLUMBIA Shipmanagement was established in Limassol, Cyprus, in 1978. With over three decades of experience, CSM has risen to become a leading force in its field by adhering to quality and efficiency. At the moment it consists of  350 vessels under the CSM management of which approximately 50% are tankers of different types and sizes while the remaining 50% consists of container ships, bulk carriers and passenger ships.

Peter Döhle

Peter Döhle was founded in Hamburg by Mr. Peter Döhle as an Agent to Owners. Today Döhle Group controls the world’s largest tramp-owned fleet of containerships, comprising a total of around 400 highly modern vessels. Bulk Division exclusively manages and operates a fleet of about 40 bulk carriers. The vessels range in size from 38000 DWT up to 118000 DWT. The Multi-Purpose Chartering Division deals with a modern fleet of more than 35 heavy-lift vessels.

Tsakos Columbia

Tsakos Group was founded by Capt. Panagiotis N. Tsakos in 1970. By focusing on high quality and safety oriented ship management and by building long-term relationships with oil majors, state-owned oil companies and first-class charterers, Tsakos Group has grown into one of the world’s most successful shipping organizations. TCM was established in July 2010 with principal offices in Athens, Greece, as a joint venture between Tsakos and Schoeller Groups. (more)

Welcome to Columbia Shipmanagement Ukraine

Columbia Shipmanagement Ukraine (CSM UA) – is a crewing agency which was established in July 2008 as representative office for Columbia Shipmanagement in Ukraine. It serves the company’s interests and arranges full service for all Ukrainian seafarers. Presently Columbia Shipmanagement Ukraine Limited employs seafarers in the largest shipping companies as Columbia Shipmanagemet, Tsakos Columbia Shipmanagement (TCM) S.A and Peter Döhle.
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bulk carrier
68

Bulk Carriers

container-ship
641

Container Ships

tanker ship
179

Tankers

cruise ship
18

Passenger Ships

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