Sezzol Group’s shipping activities are performed through Sezzol Shipping Ltd, a Bermuda registered shipping company incorporated in 2001.
The operations are predominantly carried out in Monaco, through Globe Master Management SAM, a Monaco registered company established in 2001.
The companies have been involved in providing quality shipping services, implementing the required international, national and corporate procedures, whilst at the same time adopting the necessary standards to ensure safe and efficient operations.
The fundamental elements of our group companies are the utilisation of established and proven procedures using state of the art systems and tools and at the same time applying best practices in their management procedures.
The engagement of a strong team of qualified and experienced personnel coupled with our robust control and compliance culture ensures the safeguarding against all recognised risks for our operations always with regards to environmental, safety and security issues.
Sezzol Shipping has the ability to identify, appraise and consider the needs of its customers
Sezzol is able and has the resources to deliver the most efficient and economic solutions to its clients
It is committed to work closely and partner with suitable parties to finance, design and supervise the construction of new vessels (e.g. VLCCs, VLGCs, etc.)
Past projects include:
Joint Venture with a reputable manufacturing corporation for the ship management and commercial operation of their vessels, including bareboat, time and spot chartering
New built supervision in the far east for a South American mining owner which included the management of the vessels after delivery
The contract negotiation of a Contract of Afreigtment involving the trans-shipment operation of 20 million tons of iron ore per year in West Africa, involving the chartering, bareboat chartering and ship management of specialised suitable tonnage
The cooperation with established Shipbrokers and Investment Bankers in the building of three specialised vessels for a total cost of over US $ 300 million for a specific project in West Africa