Reliable, safe and optimized ship management services

Established in 2010, with its operating office in Athens, TCM constitutes a joint venture involving the Tsakos and Schoeller Groups. It combines and augments the considerable management and operational expertise and professional skills of the two groups, both in ship management and client service.

Tsakos Columbia Shipmanagement (“TCM”) S.A. provides technical management, along with operational and crewing services, to a diversified fleet of approximately 76 vessels comprising tankers (including shuttle tankers and LNG gas carriers), as well as container and dry cargo ships with an aggregate capacity of about 7.0 million deadweight tons. TCM builds upon its founders’ excellent reputation while striving to provide the highest quality services to owners of ships trading all over the world.

Committed to deliver first class shipmanagement services, TCM continually reviews the performance of its fleet and takes bold initiatives to ensure its steady improvement with a view to fully satisfy its customers’ expectations. Towards such an end, in 2014 it established the “Maria Tsakos” TCM Academy, a training centre, which comprises a state-of-the-art type A (highest) Kongsberg Bridge Simulator together with Engine Room and Cargo Handling Simulators and other training facilities.

Strategic Objectives

SERVICES

Provide high quality and cost efficient services to our clients

HUMAN CAPITAL

Attract and retain qualified personnel and invest on enhancing competence

SAFETY CULTURE

Instil and maintain a strong safety and compliance culture

MANAGE RISK

Maintain a working environment where risks are properly managed

ENVIRONMENT & ENERGY

Reduce our environmental impact and increase our energy efficiency

TECHNICAL STANDARDS

Operate and maintain robust and technologically advanced ships

IMPROVEMENT DRIVE

Be committed to continual improvement

TEAMWORK

Encourage team work, open dialogue and sharing of information

CODE OF CONDUCT

Adhere to the highest standard of business conduct

Our People

Shipping is a people business. In this industry seafarers constitute the backbone of the industry, the lubricant without which the engine of trade would simply grind to a halt.

In TCM we are fervent advocates that the fundamental driving force of our Group’s success is our people; both onboard and ashore. We deem that  their personal professional and corporate development go hand in hand with our overall  corporate advancement and growth.

We believe that only through dedication, teamwork and hard work, excellence may be attained. Thus, we are committed in applying all resources in attracting the best qualified committed and talented long term associates and we actively pursuit and support their continual advancement both onboard and ashore. Being one of the largest employers in the industry we are well positioned to meet the broadest range of career expectations.

We are committed to establish and maintain a culture, which encourages engagement, commitment, cohesion and advancement. In this culture, community engulfing talent, teamwork, creative collaboration and shared objectives are pursued consistently and effectively.

We are continuously looking for the right people to share and contribute to our vision and mission. If you are interested in joining our team either through a career at sea or a career on land contact us!

Reliable, safe and optimized ship management services

Established in 2010, with its operating office in Athens, TCM constitutes a joint venture involving the Tsakos and Schoeller Groups. It combines and augments the considerable management and operational expertise and professional skills of the two groups, both in ship management and client service.

Tsakos Columbia Shipmanagement (“TCM”) S.A. provides technical management, along with operational and crewing services, to a diversified fleet of approximately 76 vessels comprising tankers (including shuttle tankers and LNG gas carriers), as well as container and dry cargo ships with an aggregate capacity of about 7.0 million deadweight tons. TCM builds upon its founders’ excellent reputation while striving to provide the highest quality services to owners of ships trading all over the world.

Committed to deliver first class shipmanagement services, TCM continually reviews the performance of its fleet and takes bold initiatives to ensure its steady improvement with a view to fully satisfy its customers’ expectations. Towards such an end, in 2014 it established the “Maria Tsakos” TCM Academy, a training centre, which comprises a state-of-the-art type A (highest) Kongsberg Bridge Simulator together with Engine Room and Cargo Handling Simulators and other training facilities.

Strategic Objectives

Services

Provide high quality and cost efficient services to our clients

Human Capital

Attract and retain qualified personnel and invest on enhancing competence

Safety Culture

Instil and maintain a strong safety and compliance culture

Manage Risk

Maintain a working environment where risks are properly managed

Environment & Energy

Reduce our environmental impact and increase our energy efficiency

Technical Standards

Operate and maintain robust and technologically advanced ships

Improvement Drive

Be committed to continual improvement

Teamwork

Encourage team work, open dialogue and sharing of information

Code of Conduct

Adhere to the highest standard of business conduct

Our People

Shipping is a people business. In this industry seafarers constitute the backbone of the industry, the lubricant without which the engine of trade would simply grind to a halt.

In TCM we are fervent advocates that the fundamental driving force of our Group’s success is our people; both onboard and ashore. We deem that  their personal professional and corporate development go hand in hand with our overall  corporate advancement and growth.

We believe that only through dedication, teamwork and hard work, excellence may be attained. Thus, we are committed in applying all resources in attracting the best qualified committed and talented long term associates and we actively pursuit and support their continual advancement both onboard and ashore. Being one of the largest employers in the industry we are well positioned to meet the broadest range of career expectations.

We are committed to establish and maintain a culture, which encourages engagement, commitment, cohesion and advancement. In this culture, community engulfing talent, teamwork, creative collaboration and shared objectives are pursued consistently and effectively.

We are continuously looking for the right people to share and contribute to our vision and mission. If you are interested in joining our team either through a career at sea or a career on land contact us!

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Our Mission

To set the Standards for Safe, environmentally secured, global sea transportation through the professional Management of well-trained, qualified and motivated seaborne and shore personnel.

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Our Vision

To be the Shipmanagement Company of choice for global sea transportation of goods and energy.

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Commitment

To provide quality services with zero accidents, zero losses and no harm to the environment.

Our Values

Health, Safety and Environmental excellence

Health, Safety and Environmental excellence

Reliable, safe and optimized ship management services

Efficient and flawless operations

Efficient and flawless operations

Reliable, safe and optimized ship management services

Ethical conduct

Ethical conduct

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Reliability

Reliability

Reliable, safe and optimized ship management services

Teamwork

Teamwork

Encouraging team work, open dialogue and sharing of information

Facts & Figures

Fleet Composition
64
TANKERS
7
BULK CARRIERS
7
CONTAINERS
Fleet Profile

SUEZMAX

SHUTTLE

AFRAMAX

PANAMAX

MRs

HANDYSIZE

BULK CARRIERS

CONTAINERS

Global Oil Transportation
0
2562

Port Calls

0
85

Countries

0
35

Port Calls Per Vessel

 Annual Port Call Activity
0
423.597.374

bbls of oil & products

0
7.059.956

bbls loaded per ship

0
2

% of world’s daily oil production

 USA Fleet Operational Figures
0
79.314.872

bbls of oil supplied

0
2

% of total USA imports

0
8

Equivalent of US imports (days)

78
Vessels
3850
Manpower
2
Scheduled N/Bs