Active Ship Management (ASM)
is A Leading Third Party Ship Management Company
Active Ship Management has been managing ships since 1996. During that time Active Ship Management has managed over 900 ships of all types from yachts to VLCCs and has gained great experience working for and alongside listed companies, traditional ship owners, investment companies, trading houses and state-owned shipping companies. Over the years, Active Ship Management has fostered close ties with some of the world's leading financial institutions and is well recognized as a leading ship management company.
Active Ship Management is a leading third party ship manager, managing a wide range of ship types for owners from all over the world. We also provides a number of ancillary services to its clients including newbuilding and conversion projects, sale and purchase of vessels, crew management, vessel chartering, port agency & supplier or vendor appoinment. Active Ship Management's corporate headquarter is in United Kingdom (UK) and the company has an accounts office in Bangladesh (BD) And we have as well as agents all over the world.
The company's goal is to be the best third party ship manager in the world. It recognizes that to do so, it must keep its managed fleet on hire, operating economically and in optimal condition (in line with the requirements of its owners) whilst maintaining a total commitment to safety and to the protection of our environment.
We have managed over 900 vessels from 2,000 to 320,000 DWT including LPG tankers, chemical tankers, oil tankers, container carriers, general cargo vessels, multipurpose vessels, bulk carriers, ore carriers, woodchip carriers, reefer ships , RORO vessels, ocean-going, salvage tugs and livestock carriers. We have also provided new building and conversion supervision for VLCCs, chemical tankers and bulk carriers at major ship yards in Japan, Korea and China.
The company observes three primary principles of Reverence for the Seafarer, Tight Cost Control and Very Hard Work. It has supplemented these with a major upgrade in its IT platform and a strong emphasis on "no blame" and "teamwork" in its operating culture.