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"The secret to business is to know
something that nobody else knows"

- Aristotle Onassis

Founded in 2013, Enassis Shipping is a privately owned company with headquarters in Athens, Greece.

Being a private company means we are flexible and customer-oriented. Higher management focus on individual client enables us to provide tailor-made and cost effective solutions:

  • Vertically integrated operator and manager.
  • Excellent knowledge of international shipping markets, as well as in-depth local knowledge of niche markets in which we operate.
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Our bases

Locations

We have a Nigerian operating base spread throughout five (5) cities of the countries' major ports of Lagos, Warri, Oghara, Port Harcourt and Calabar.

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Piraeus

Headquarters:
Agiou Dimitriou street, Piraeus.
185 36 Athens, Greece.



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Piraeus

Headquarters: Agiou Dimitriou street, Piraeus. 185 36 Athens, Greece.



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Lagos

Lagos Port is Nigeria’s largest port, capable of handling all cargo types with expertise in port operation. To enhance its security, the port was registered as an ISPS Certified Port facility with the International Maritime Organization.



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Warri

Warri Port is a tidal port, meaning that the high water for the day determines when a vessel can cross the Escravos bar and be able to safely moor alongside Warri Berth. A vessel may transit the Warri channel in a day or two, depending on the time of high water.



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Oghara

Oghara is located in Delta State with the major pan ocean flow station and Gas plant, Pamol, Presco, JK etc. It is also an oil producing community, housing more than 300,000,000 litre of petroleum products storage tanks belonging to petroleum companies.



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Port Harcourt

Port Harcourt, the capital of Rivers State is the second largest port of Nigeria and a center of the the Nigerian oil economy. It has multiple terminals and is operating under ISPS Security Level 1.



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Calabar

Calabar Port is also a multipurpose port situated in the right bank of the Calabar River. The main three (3) terminals of the Calabar Port are operated by world class Terminal Operators; namely: ECM Terminal Ltd, INTELS Nigeria Ltd and Shoreline Logistics



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Values

Enassis Shipping works with companies that range from key market leaders to global giants within the industry..
Ethical business practices fused with stringent set of guiding principles have helped us garner confidence and trust amongst the local population in which we conduct our business. Integrity and common values have also been the backbone in successfully establishing ourselves within the different markets and across a variety of other markets, in which our daily operations are conducted.

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Commodity Movers

The group currently moves 3,800,000 metric tonnes annually on its current, commercially managing 10 vessels ranging from 40,000 DWT for its local clients.

Furthermore, expanding with storage vessels across various coasts worldwide for quicker accessiblity to cargo for our clients at all times in both clean petroleum products and dirty petroleum products.

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Efficiency

As a cargo of refined oil travels the globe to arrive offshore West Africa, the role of transporting oil the last 150 nautical miles is the most complex part of the entire trade.

The services in which we have created has improved the efficiency and speed of our clients shipping and logistic needs from start to finish. Our company is involved from shipping the imported products internationally to delivering the products at customers' local shore tanks and facilities. Relieving suppliers, charterers and receivers of extra costs and time.