Erik Thun AB has published its sustainability report for 2018. The sustainability report is a way to describe the economic, environmental and social impacts of our everyday activities, as a complement to the annual report. Shipping is a controlled industry and restricted in many ways by global policies and sustainability has constantly been an important part in how we work and do business.
We have focused on our environmental, social, and business ethical responsibilities, describing how we work proactively to analyze risk and avoid incidents and are technical innovators when it comes to clever solutions that minimize the environmental footprint.
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First L-class and second E-class delivered
Thun Tankers takes delivery of first L-class and second E-class on the same day. Both vessels will enter the Gothia Tanker Alliance network.
On May 9th, Thun Tankers took delivery of the 18,650 deadweight product tanker “Thun Lidkoping”. This L-class vessel is the first in a series of five resource efficient, high quality tankers built by Avic Dingheng Shipbuilding Ltd in China. On the same day, the 8,000 deadweight “Thun Evolve” was delivered to Thun Tankers by Ferus Smit BV in the Netherlands. The dual fuelled vessel, that will use natural gas or biogas as fuel, is the second in a series of four ordered E-class tankers. The Shipyard Ferus Smit has previously built 33 efficient quality vessels for Erik Thun.
The Board of Directors of the Erik Thun Group today announced that they have appointed
Johan Källsson as Managing Director for the Group, after Anders Källsson has chosen to
resign. A group consisting of Johan Källsson, Henrik Källsson and CFO Agne Axelsson will form the executive
management team of the company.
Johan Källsson will have the oversight of the Group and focus on development of the organisation,
human resources and external contacts within both business and politics. Henrik Källsson continues
as Deputy Managing Director and he will be responsible for the commercial, operational and
technical departments including developing new vessels.
We are very pleased to let you know that we have completed the naming and launching of our new cement vessel M/V Shetland at Ferus Smit BV shipyard in Westerbroek, Netherlands on Thursday 11th of April.
M/V Shetland is a dedicated cement carrier built for JT Cement AS, a joint venture between KGJ Cement, NovaAlgoma Cement Carriers Ltd and Erik Thun AB. She is a sister vessel of Greenland and Ireland, with a LNG fueled propulsion system. The vessel has improved cargo carrying capacity and LNG tank capacity compared to her sister ships, and will be able to receive shore power. Find out more here.
Mrs. Marianne Eide, spouse of Mr. Jonny Eide, Commercial Vice President KGJ Cement, performed the naming ceremony. After the ceremony, the launching went smoothly and was followed by a nice dinner for the invited guests.
We are very pleased to announce that Thun Tankers of the Erik Thun Group completed the naming ceremony for two new product/chemical tankers during Saturday 23rd of March on site at the Chinese shipyard AVIC Dingheng Shipbuilding Ltd. The two vessels are named Thun Lidkoping and Thun London and will be a part of the intermediate segment of Gothia Tanker Alliance.