First-class quality and long-term partnerships steer Anglo-Eastern toward the future.

Anglo-Eastern Group Ltd. is recognized as an international leading provider of third-party ship management services.

Having successfully undergone a transitional phase following the 2015 merger with Univan Ship Management Ltd., as well as a recent rebranding, the company is focused on the development of its people and international partnerships.

“Our business is a people business and we are bringing the younger generation in and investing in our people to ensure the continued success of Anglo-Eastern,” said Chief Executive Officer, captain Bjorn Hojgaard.

Currently, Anglo-Eastern has over 600 vessels under full technical management and over 100 ships under crew management. Its technical services division has overseen around 450 new buildings and conversions to date.

The company’s fleet includes bulk carriers, container ships; gas, oil and chemical tankers; ice-class ore-bulk-oil carriers, ro-ro carriers, pipelayers, heavy lift and liquefied petroleum gas-floating storage vessels.

Headquartered in the global shipping hub of Hong Kong, Anglo-Eastern is well positioned to serve both regional and international maritime players, as it has done for more than 40 years. Its client portfolio is founded on long-term partnerships and quality service.

“Hong Kong offers a coming together of East and West, old and new, and from here we are able to reach out to the global maritime industry to further nurture and develop our business,” said Hojgaard.

“Japan is an important shipping partner for Anglo-Eastern. Our company has a long history with Japan and over 10 percent of our ships are from Japanese clients.

“As we adapt to modern-day challenges, we intend to stay true to our guiding principles. Building trust has always been central to what we do and we are committed to working closely with our clients and strengthening our partnerships across the region.”