New Building Projects

New Building Projects

With our extensive research into the demand of the shipping markets and having excellent foresight, Schoeller Holdings have become experts in the field of ship building.

The company places orders for its own fleet and also on behalf of third party owners, with first class shipbuilding yards worldwide. Our extensive experience in this field enables us to place orders timely and at competitive prices and contract terms.

The vessels are built for a combination of deployment in liner services, shipping pools, the time charter market or for onward sale.

Schoeller Holdings undertakes for owners the overall responsibility of the new building process and in cooperation with Columbia Shipmanagement the following services are offered:

  • Inspection, evaluation and selection of shipyards
  • Appraisal of building specifications
  • Negotiations on building specification and Makers lists
  • Plan Approval
  • Attendance and evaluation of model tests
  • Supervision during construction at the shipyard or at sub-contractors premises
  • Attendance and evaluation of shop tests, dock and sea trials
  • Follow up of Class and Flag state matters
  • Storing up and preparation for sea service

With more than 20 years experience in shipbuilding we have acquired extensive expertise in catering for the requirements of our clients in this area.

Our highly qualified and experienced teams provide on the job supervision, technical assistance and time management and have so far provided Newbuilding Supervision Services for more than 260 vessels, in more than 35 shipyards worldwide.

Our experience with different ship types includes the building of Reefer Vessels, Bulk Carriers, Product and Crude Oil Tankers, Bitumen Tankers, Chemical Tankers, LPG Carriers, Container Vessels and Multi Purpose Heavy Lift Carriers in major shipyards in Germany, China, South Korea, Poland, Russia, Japan, Croatia, Argentina and South Africa.

Our strong shipbuilding know-how and innovative designs ensure that the vessels are able to successfully cater for the market needs at the time of delivery and throughout the economic life of the vessel.