Green Award reaches 200 mark

For the first time in its 12 year existence, Green Award has 200 ships on its list of certified ships. In recognition of this milestone Green Award Managing Director Jan Fransen handed over the 200 th Green Award certificate in a ceremony during the Posidonia Exhibition in Athens.

                    Jan Fransen (left) and Capt. John Mavrides

Ship #200 is M/T SEAOATH (105.000 DWT), managed by the Athens based company Thenamaris Ships Management. Following many other Thenamaris vessels M/T SEAOATH has met the stringent Green Award requirements related to quality, safety, environment, management and technical aspects.

Thenamaris has been a firm supporter of Green Award since the start in 1994 and has currently 14 ships certified by Green Award. Thenamaris counts high environmental, safety and management standards among its top priorities and believes that the benefits that result from having Green Award-certified ships go well beyond reductions in port dues and other services charges.

             M/T SEAOATH                   Many people attended the ceremony

Thenamaris was presented with the special Green Award certificate in a ceremony during the Posidonia Exhibition at the stand of ABS on June 7 th. M/T SEAOATH is classed by ABS, known for being committed to creating and upholding the highest safety and environmental standards and procedures.

Capt. John Mavrides, Manager Safety and Quality Department, has accepted the certificate on behalf of Thenamaris Ships Management.

Mr. Fransen’s speech can be downloaded here.

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