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SHIPPING IS OUR PASSION

For sustainable and successful business relationsship
2010
Founded

In the midst of the crisis -
the right time.

10+
Vessels

Of which eight
are already afloat

20+
Employees

Highly engaged ashore
and offshore.

1
Goal

Always at
the pulse of time.

Our Fleet

Serving our customers around the clock on the world's seas
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MS "Maple Lea"

Built on Quinshan Shipyard (China) the 12,750 tonnes project cargo vessels have 3 cargo holds and are equipped with tween decks and 2 cranes, each with a lifting capacity of 120 tonnes.

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MS "Maple Lotta"

Built on Quinshan Shipyard (China) the 12,750 tonnes project cargo vessels have 3 cargo holds and are equipped with tween decks and 2 cranes, each with a lifting capacity of 120 tonnes.

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MS "E-Ship 1"

Built on Lindenau shipyard (Kiel) and Cassens shipyard (Emden) in Germany, this 12,750 tonnes project cargo ship has a 90-meter long cargo hold, tween decks, a loading ramp and 2 cranes, each with a lifting capacity of 90 tonnes.

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MS "Industrial Grace"

Built on Hudong Shipyard (China) the 19,450 tonnes heavy lift vessel has 2 cargo holds and is equipped with tween decks and 2 cranes, each with a lifting capacity of 700 tonnes and one crane of 180 tonnes lifting capacity.

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MS "Industrial Guide"

Built on Hudong Shipyard (China) the 19,450 tonnes heavy lift vessel has 2 cargo holds and is equipped with tween decks and 2 cranes, each with a lifting capacity of 700 tonnes and one crane of 180 tonnes lifting capacity.

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MS "BBC Tennessee"

Built on Jiangzhou Shipyard (China) the project cargo vessel possess both the highest ice class and a lifting capacity of up to 360 tonnes.

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MS "BBC Alberta"

Built on Jiangzhou Shipyard (China) the project cargo vessel possess both the highest ice class and a lifting capacity of up to 360 tonnes.

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MS "Maple Liv"

Built on Jianzhou Shipyard (China) the 12,777 tonnes project cargo vessels have 3 cargo holds and are equipped with tween decks and 2 cranes, each with a lifting capacity of 150 tonnes.

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MS "Thorco Africa"

Built on Honda Shipyard (Japan) the 12,800 tonnes multi-purpose vessel has 2 cargo holds and is equipped with 2 cranes, each with a lifting capacity of 78 tonnes.

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MS "Thorco Empire"

Built on Honda Shipyard (Japan) the 12,800 tonnes multi-purpose vessel has 2 cargo holds and is equipped with 2 cranes, each with a lifting capacity of 78 tonnes.

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MS "Thorco Isabella"

Built on Tonfang Jiangxin (China) the 19,600 tonnes heavy lift vessel has 3 cargo holds and is equipped with 2 cranes, each with a lifting capacity of 240 tonnes.

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MS "Thorco Isadora"

Built on Tonfang Jiangxin (China) the 19,600 tonnes heavy lift vessel has 3 cargo holds and is equipped with 2 cranes, each with a lifting capacity of 240 tonnes.

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MS "Thorco Liva"

Built on Honda Shipyard (Japan) the 16,900 tonnes multi-purpose vessel has 2 holds and is equipped with 2 cranes, each with a lifting capacity of 50 tonnes.

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E-Ship 1
Innovation: E-Ship 1

Since early 2014, the Auerbach shipping company has been commissioned with the nautical and technical management of the fascinating rotor sail ship developed by ENERCON. At first glance, it is hard to believe that these rotors help propel for the E-Ship 1 to “sail” across the world’s oceans. After having completed multiple voyages, one thing is clear: it is an unforgettable experience!

NEWBUILDING PROJECT

The new F-500 series

The newbuilding project

In close collaboration with the two shipowners Briese and Krey in Leer/Germany, we have been working in partnership since early 2012 on developing the next generation of project cargo ships that offer maximum efficiency. In addition to the optimisation of the ship’s hull lines, the entire propulsion and energy system including the main engine, propeller and rudder design have been overhauled. The goal: to reduce fuel consumption as much as possible.

We also place particular emphasis on flexibility and speed during port operations, that is, when loading and transporting cargo. The result: an optimised cargo hold design featuring tank tops, tween decks and hatch covers with maximum load bearing capacities as well as the decision to use modern computer-controlled cranes. At the same time, we rely on high-quality structural components with a clear focus on European manufacturers. The results from the towing/tank test speak for themselves. The first units from the F-500 series have been ordered and will be built at experienced Chinese shipyards in the months to come.

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