Concordia Maritime AB

406 19 Gothenburg
+46 31 85 50 00 Google maps

Kim Ullman

Concordia Maritime AB
+46 31 85 50 03 +46 704 85 50 03 E-mail

Ola Helgesson

Concordia Martime AB
+46 31 85 50 09 +46 704 85 50 09 E-mail

Concordia Maritime AG

CH-6300 Zug
+41 41 728 81 21 Google maps

Barbara Oeuvray

General Manager
Concordia Martime AG
+41 41 728 81 31 +41 79 766 07 75 E-mail

Christina Kuhn

Concordia Martime AG
+41 41 728 81 25 +41 79 312 21 34 E-mail

Concordia Maritime Ltd.

P.O. Box HM 2512, Hamilton HMJX
Belvedere Building, 69 Pitts Bay Road
Pembroke, HM08 Bermuda
+1 441 504 26 55 Google maps

N. Angelique Burgess

General Manager
Concordia Martime Ltd
+1 441 295 00 40 +1 441 504 26 55 E-mail



There are currently no shore based vacancies.

Please visit our ship managers website for current seagoing vacancies.


Our Fleet

Concordia Maritime is an international tanker shipping company, which develops, builds, mans
and charters vessels to customers with exacting demands on transport economy, flexibility and

The company’s focus is on the transportation of refined petroleum products such as petrol, diesel
fuel and aviation fuel.


The backbone of our efficient and safe fleet is the ten P-MAX tankers. The vessel type is based on Stena’s MAX concept and was developed in response to the need to safely operate in waters and ports with limited depth with substantially more cargo than corresponding vessels of the same size class. To make this possible, the P-MAX tankers are considerably wider, with a uniquely designed hull and a divided stern.

Eight of the tankers in the P-MAX fleet are ice class 1B and two are ice class 1A. Five tankers were converted to IMO3 class after delivery, enabling them to carry vegetable oils and light chemicals in addition to crude oil and light and heavy petroleum products. This flexibility increases the potential for more income days per year. 

There are a number of considerable advantages in having ten sister vessels in the fleet. For customers, the ability to hire several vessels of the same type brings increased security, stability and flexibility. For us as a shipping company, development costs can be spread over several vessels. The common design also means that crew can quickly switch from one vessel to another.


As a complement to product tankers, we are also active in the transportation of crude oil. Our presence in the suezmax segment has been represented by the tanker

Stena Supreme since 2012. She is a third-generation fuel-efficient suezmax, which means that her technical equipment and design allow a reduction of 10–15 percent in fuel consumption compared with standard tonnage.

Stena Supreme is employed on the spot market via Stena Sonangol Suezmax Pool, a pool controlled by Stena Bulk and the Angolan state oil company Sonangol. The pool consists of a fleet of about 25 new efficient suezmax tankers.


Stena Image and Stena Important are the two product and chemical tankers that represented our newbuilding program at the end of 2013. The 50,000 dwt vessels, which were ordered in 2012, are part of a series designed with Stena Bulk and Stena Weco, and are being developed in a collaboration between Stena Teknik and Guangzhou Shipyard International in China.

The concept is called IMO2MAX, which indicates that the vessels are IMO2 class. This series is built with a large number of smaller tanks to transport far more loads than traditional product tankers. With a brand new, custom designed hull line, specially designed propellers and a new fuel-efficient main engine, the vessels will be among the most sophisticated on the market – and at the forefront both energy efficiency and cargo flexibility – when they are launched in 2014 and 2015. The intention is to employ the vessels on the spot market through Stena Weco.


Name DWT Ice class Year Employment Flag
Stena Premium 65,200 t 1B 2011 Spot (light) Bermuda
Stena Polaris 65,200 t 1A 2010 Spot (light) Bermuda
Stena Performance 65,200 t 1B 2006 Spot (light) Bermuda
Stena Provence 65,200 t 1B 2006 Spot (light) Bermuda
Stena Progress 65,200 t 1B 2009 Spot (light) Bermuda
Stena Perros 65,200 t 1B 2008 Spot (heavy) Bermuda
Stena President 65,200 t 1B 2007 Spot (heavy) Bermuda
Stena Primorsk 65,200 t 1B 2006 Spot (heavy) UK
Stena Penguin 65,200 t 1A 2010 Spot (heavy) Bermuda
Stena Paris 65,200 t 1B 2005 Time charter (light) Bermuda


Name DWT Ice class Year Employment Flag
Stena Supreme 158,000 t - 2012 Open Market via pool Bermuda


Name DWT Ice class Year Employment Flag
IMO2MAX 1 50 000 2014
IMO2MAX 2 50 000 2015

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