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Greece: House flags of shipping companies

Part 2

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Loucas G. Matsas Salvage and Towage Maritime Company

[Matsas house flag]by Ivan Sache

Based in Piraeus, the Loucas G. Matsas company operated in the Gulf during the Iran-Iraq war. It also extinguished the fire on the Anafi, laden with 26,000 tonnes of coal, removed the cargo from the Esperanza III, heavily aground the port of Mumbai (Bombay, India). When the cement carrier Dystos capsized and sunk off Euboia Island (Greece) coast, the company team, together with 16 divers, recovered the bodies of 17 crew members and removed the vessel's bunkers and oil residues from a depth of 35 m.

The company has a white flag with the letter M in red in the middle.

Source: World Salvage Directory

Ivan Sache, 24 June 2001


Naftomar

[Naftomar house flag]by Ivan Sache

Naftomar was incorporated in 1972 in Beirut (Lebanon) and later moved to Piraeus (Greece). The company bought its first dedicated vessel in 1977 and has specialized since then in transport of petroleum products. Naftomar currently operates a fleet of 33 vessels, all under the flag of Panama but one under the flag of Ireland.

The houseflag of Naftomar is white with the logotype of the company in the middle. This logotype is a blue square diamond (that is a square rotated 45 degrees) charged with a white letter N.

Source: Company website

Ivan Sache& Dov Gutterman, 12 November 2003


Oceanbulk Maritime S.A.

[Oceanbulk house flag]by Ivan Sache

Oceanbulk Maritime SA, founded in 1989, is the heart of the Oceanbulk group. The company operates 30 ships involved in dry cargo shipping (bulk, multipurpose and containers shipping).

The house flag of the company is white with a thin blue border.

Source: Company website

Ivan Sache& Dov Gutterman, 10 November 2003

 

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