Tomini Shipping, a world class dry bulk ship owner, hits yet another milestone in its expansion journey with the acquisition of Tomini K12. This Chinese-built capesize bulk cargo ship of 208,286 DWT will be the largest carrier in the existing fleet.
The addition of Tomini K12, formerly known as MP The Vrabel, brings Tomini’s fleet to a total of 28 vessels with an average age of six years.
This acquisition is well-aligned with the company’s growth strategy of enhancing its fleet composition. Specifically, increasing the cargo capacity per vessel and reducing emissions on a per deadweight ton basis.
Tomini Shipping is a world-class dry bulk ship owner. The maritime industry is deeply engrained in the company’s cultural heritage. The business is wholly owned by the Shaikh family, which, for more than 70 years, has been involved in every aspect of the shipping market, including ownership and technical management. Commercial management is handled through Tomini Shipping’s partner Alpina Chartering ApS in Denmark. Tomini Shipping has dedicated crew management centres in Mumbai and Karachi.
The company is ISO 14001:2015, ISO 9001:2015 and ISO 45001:2018 certified and committed to the highest levels of environmental, quality and health and safety management. Tomini Shipping is a member of The International Maritime Employer’s Council (IMEC), Baltic and International Maritime Council (BIMCO) and Emirates Shipping Association. The group is led by Numair Shaikh, Chief Executive Officer, and Adam Shaikh, Head of Sale & Purchase, who represent the fourth generation of the Shaikh Family