Navios operates the largest international fleet of very modern ultra handymax vessels, either owned or under long-term charter. The core fleet consists of a mix of the highest specification owned and six long-term chartered units each with a deadweight of between 50,000 and 55,000 tonnes.
The panamax fleet is employed in Navios' business around the world, meeting customer requirements and spot market movements. The core fleet consists of a mix of highest specification owned and long-term chartered units each with a deadweight of between 74,000 and 83,000 tonnes.
Technical ship management
Navios provides worldwide technical ship management services from offices in Piraeus, Greece. These include technical, operations, maintenance, security and safety, environmental protection, purchasing and crewing activities.
Navios owns and operates the largest bulk transfer and storage terminal in Uruguay, one of the most efficient and prominent operations of its kind in South America. Situated in a free trade zone in the port of Nueva Palmira at the confluence of the Parana and Uruguay rivers. The terminal, which operates 24 hours per day seven days per week, is ideally located to provide shippers with a convenient and efficient outlet for a wide range of commodities originating in the Hidrovia region of Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay.
Navios is a leader and innovator in maritime risk management and a valued shipping counterparty to numerous leading international shipping and trading enterprises and financial institutions.