Novoship will celebrate its 50-year anniversary on 20 January 2017
Novorossiysk Shipping Company (Novoship, Sovcomflot Group) celebrates its 50-year anniversary on 20 January 2017.
The team of IAA PortNews has started preparing for the shipping company’s anniversary. We invite all friends and partners of Novoship to have their congratulations published free of charge at the website of IAA PortNews.
Novorossiysk Shipping Company (Novoship) has always been the largest shipping company in the South of Russia. Founded in 1964 as the tanker branch of the Black Sea Shipping Company, NSC was separated from the parent company on 20 January 1967, and became the independent enterprise with the aim of effective management of bulk-oil fleet and ports on the Russian coast of the Black Sea. At that time the fleet of Novoship numbered 115 tankers with total deadweight of some 5 mln t. That well-judged action allowed for strengthening of Russia’s position in global shipping, preserving and increasing of domestic expertise in maritime transportation of hydrocarbons.
From the moment of its establishment, Novoship has become the most efficient and qualified fleet operator in Russia, integrated into SCF Group. Throughout the 50 years the shipping company is maintaining high level of navigation safety and service quality.
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