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Navigating the waves of change
Ship management is evolving. From decarbonisation to digitalisation, identify how you can optimise the performance of your ships.
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Pioneers in global ship management

For 50 years and across 29 locations worldwide, we have been leading with integrity and a passion for quality. Together with many of the world’s most respected names in shipping, we have been driving safety and performance to new heights, all the while investing in our people, communities, and the environment.

Why Anglo-Eastern?

We continually seek to perform at the highest standards of safety, performance and crew wellbeing in our industry, values that are core to who we are. Our numbers reflect why clients trust us with their assets.

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Vessels under Technical Management
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Deadweight tonnage managed in 2022 (2.5% of world's total)
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Fleet availability for the whole year (2022)
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RightShip DOC safety score for the majority of our managed ships


Benefit from our experience and scale


Fueling the future

From LNG to LPG, Ammonia-ready and hydrogen, alternative fuel management and deployment of dual-fuel vessels are a key part of decarbonisation efforts and are now an embedded part of our long-term strategy.


Providing transparency through technology

We are committed to leveraging technology to optimise performance, increase efficiency, drive collaboration and provide transparency. With the my.angloeastern client portal, our clients gain real-time access to a wealth of information, empowering them to stay informed, track fleet information and make data-driven decisions seamlessly.


Charting sustainable seas

From reduced carbon emissions to higher attention on crew welfare, there are heartening developments re-shaping the industry for which we intend to be stewards of change.


MV Ubuntu Empathy: Our first LNG fueled bulker under management

The Capesize+ LNG dual-fuel bulk carrier and its twin, MV Ubuntu Humanity were both newbuilds supervised by the Anglo-Eastern Technical Services (AETS) team. They weigh in at around 190K dwt each with an expanded carrying capacity exceeding 200K m3 and a 35% reduced carbon footprint.

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