Auriga Shipping Management operates all managed vessels in the safest and most efficient manner possible in order to meet the requirements of shipowners, flag states, port states, class societies, charterers and other stakeholders in full compliance with the ISM Code.

We focus on maximising availability and loss prevention through:

  • Close interaction between onboard personnel and highly experienced shore-based engineering and marine teams
  • Effective planned maintenance and procurement systems

Technical and Marine Superintendents are each allocated a group of two to three vessels and are responsible for monitoring the vessels' condition and all aspects of their performance and operation, including:

  • Safe and efficient cargo handling and conditioning
  • Planned and project maintenance
  • Regular condition assessment
  • Dry dock planning and supervision
  • Budget control
  • Certification and vetting

We have relationships with trustworthy suppliers, service providers, shipyards and workshops ensure that our customers consistently receive reliable and high-quality, cost competitive services cost.

We use rigorous search and selection methods to ensure that our employees not only have the required professional qualifications, but also the required personality and language skills. In addition, we are fully committed to the professional development and education of all staff. Structured training and development programmes ensure that crew skills and knowledge are continuously updated in line with changing legislation and industry demands.