Taizhou City Jiaojiang Maple Leaf Sea Transportation Co., Ltd. was established on May 16, 2002, which is a private corporate enterprise with independent legal entity qualification and international ship transportation and international ship management qualification. The company is mainly engaged in ship management and relevant transportation of international bulk, container, petroleum and other products.
According to the requirements of ISM rule, the company established international and domestic safety management system in 2007, and passed verification of China Classification Society (CCS) by the end of 2007, obtained corresponding Document of Compliance (DOC). Ships under its management also obtained SMC in succession.
Operation and management of the company strictly fulfill international shipping ordinance and all conventions and rules of International Maritime Organization (IMO), land-based management department and fleet comprehensively implement Safety Management System (SMS), follow the operating principles of "safer ship, cleaner sea, healthier personnel and more notable benefits", always keep good records concerning safety and environmental protection. Any big average, damage to machinery, pollution and personal casualty accident have never occurred.
The company has high-quality management team, including several high-class category A captains and and category A chief engineers have been engaged in ship management for a long period, they master advanced management skills, provide customers with excellent, high-efficient and thoughtful service, forming good risk prevention control system. The company has been widely trusted and appraised by international shipping customers, classification society, insurance and financing institutions, and established long-term, stable and mutual-benefit cooperative relationship with them.
There are 8 ships managed by the company at present, the categories include container ship, bulk ship and oil tanker, operating freight transportation of global shipping routes and chartering business. Gross transport capacity of the ship team has reached more than 150000 deadweight tonnage, nearly 140 total crew on ship. The company is taking over in succession 7 newly built ships. It is predicted that the company will have 14 ships under management with loading capacity more than 370000 deadweight tonnage by the end of 2010.
The company will develop into a comprehensive international shipping enterprise including most of ocean freight transport ship types and combining ship financing, chartering, ship management and crew labor, making more contribution for domestic and international shipping industry.