ERLING DEKKE NAESS – FOUNDER OF NAESS GROUP
Erling Dekke Naess (5 September 1901 – 7 February 1993) as Norwegian businessman and Ship-owner stood in November 1946 at the foundation of the Naess Group after gaining solid experience in Maritime Business in which he landed after making a start in the banking sector during his study years at the London School of Economics.
Erling Dekke Naess always searching to increase efficiency, he became a pioneer in building innovative types of ships like the m.v. Vikingen (1928) originally built as a tanker but converted to including a fish factory on its Deck, or like the ordering of the first OBO carrier introduced for cost efficiency due to the avoidance of ballast voyages.
Naess was not only a precursor by building innovative type of Vessel, but he was also pioneering in Maritime business by introducing as one of the first European ship-owner the panama flag of convenience, ordering the first generation of Super Tankers and OBO Carriers and by participating in companies like Anglo Norness and others. In 1970, Erling Dekke Naess was a co-founder and one of the first chairman of INTERTANKO (International Association of Independent Tanker Owners).
Erling Dekke Naess was a great shipping entrepreneur of worldwide renown.
Last Company’s news:
- 2015 – END OF BUILDING AND COMMISSIONING; TAKEN INTO MANAGEMENT:
Naess Absolute, Naess Courageous, Naess endurance & Naess Intrepid – SDARI’s type Vessels
- 2013 – DELIVERED FROM THE YARD; TAKEN INTO MANAGEMENT:
Naess Resolute, MV Perseverance & MV Tenacity
- 2012 – TAKEN INTO MANAGEMENT:
- SEPTEMBER 2011 – HANSA International Maritime Journal – “Betriebskostenstudie”
Naess Ship Management BV Diemen, The Netherlands welcomes the recent announcement that allows EU based ship managers to supply technical and crew management services to German KG listed companies.
Naess, a well-established Dutch company, already provides such services to several third parties either directly or through its sister companies based in Geneva and Manila. In respect of crewing, with a roster of more than 900 experienced and qualified seafarers Naess can provide a cost-efficient alternative to the traditional KG approach.
Naess Ship Management BV, Amsterdam is please to make the following announcement concerning the crew management contract for three new bulk carriers:
- Delta International Shipping, a long established and valued client, recently assigned crew management of its 3 new Panamax bulk carriers to Naess Ship Management BV.
- The new vessels, built to the same specifications, will be registered under the Marshall Islands flag, are being phased into service immediately on delivery from Chinese yards.
- The assignment of crew management to Naess demonstrates the faith Delta International Shipping places in Naess to perform this function which, to a greater part, is built on previously demonstrated satisfactory performance over a number of years.
- Naess Ship Management BV congratulates Delta International Shipping and its associated companies and wishes them a sustained and very successful future.