Ahrenkiel Tankers is a technical ship management company located in Hamburg, Germany, managing the fleet of selected customers. Our focus is on oil, product, chemical and gas tankers. As a company that is part of the MPC Capital Group, we offer our customers crew and commercial management via our partners, as well as investment management and access to the financial market via the MPC Capital Group.
Our company is based on a foundation of innovation and tradition. As a modern and future-oriented shipping company, we build upon the decades of experience of our three founding companies. Our employees and their expertise are our most valuable asset.
We value our people and encourage innovative thinking at sea and onshore. Together we continually strive to supply efficient and high-quality ship management services to our customers.
Our vision is to become the preferred ship manager while maintaining the highest standard of customer satisfaction and to deliver sustained growth to our shareholders as a result.
We have the utmost focus on upholding compliance with environmental legislation and maintaining zero spills.
We are customer-focused and strive to continuously improve the quality, cost and delivery of our services to exceed expectations and to provide the highest value.
We take responsibility for our own safety and for those around us. We recognize and correct potential hazards. We follow protocols and procedures. We speak up and stop work if safety is compromised.
We are innovative and look for new ways to improve our processes and services and leverage our scale. We continually test new products and technologies, as well as new ways of working together.
We commit to delivering our very best in all we do, holding ourselves accountable for results.
The fleet list of Ahrenkiel Tankers comprises all tanker vessels and their detailed specifications. Container ships and bulk carriers are managed by Ahrenkiel Steamship and Ahrenkiel Vogemann Bulk respectively.
|Atlantica Bridge||Oil tanker||2005||49,990 MT|
|Atlantica Bay||Chemical||2007||46,763 MT|
|Voge Trust||Oil tanker||2009||38,341 MT|
|Danubia||Oil tanker||2004||68,524 MT|