BBG is enjoying dynamic growth in Asia and is widely recognized as an experienced ship manager.
Thus BBG has sufficient capacity to also be able to master the market’s increasing challenges in future. The company’s head office is in Bremen.
In order to be able to react faster to customer demands on the local market, the company has set up a subsidiary office in Singapore.
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Furthermore, BBG is proud to announce that another new building has been taken over on 14th December 2016. With the delivery of Nautical Anne from Jiangsu New Hantong Ship Heavy Industry Co. Ltd. (based in China) we increased our fleet to 37 vessels. Furthermore, BBG is still expecting two Nautical Bulk new buildings to be completed and taken over mid-2017.
BBG is proud to announce that 3 of 14 new built ‘Ultramax’ sized bulk carriers have been added to the fleet in June 2015. The two 63530 dwt Jiangsu New Hantong Ship Heavy Industry Co. Ltd. (based in China) constructed motor vessels are called “Nautical Loredana” and “Nautical Hilary” and “Nautical Sif”. The Liberian flagged vessels are successfully completing their maiden voyages and will be operating on a worldwide trade. All three vessels will be commercially and operationally managed by Monaco based ship broking company C Transport Maritime (short CTM), but monitored by BBG respectively.
Bremer Bereederungsgesellschaft mbH & Co. KG
Phone: +49 (0)421 33883-0
Fax: +49 (0)421 33883-92
Dr. Hermann J. Klein, Joachim Zeppenfeld
gemäß § 6 MDStV: Joachim Zeppenfeld
Registergericht: Amtsgericht Bremen
Registernummer: HRA 22917
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