Leader IN LPG and
petrochemichal tonnage

Leader IN LPG and petrochemichal tonnage

ABOUT SOLVANG

The Solvang group has a total fleet of 27 vessels, nine ethane/ethylene carriers, one MGC, nine LGCs and eight VLGCs.

 

Since 2008, the company and partners have invested more than USD 1.7 billion in new ships, giving a very modern fleet, with an average age of about 7 years.

 

Our main goals

  • Be the preferred carrier of LPG and petrochemicals worldwide
  • To have happy, motivated and proactive employees
  • Be profitable (long term)
  • Be a CSR leading company

NEWS

Vote for Solvang: 2021 GREEN4SEA Technology Award

Our new class of Tier III compliant ECO LPG carriers have earned Solvang a nomination for 2021 GREEN4SEA Technology Award. The prize goes to any organization that provided a significant technological achievement or breakthrough in environmental maritime activity. The vessel specification and detailed design is based on experience with our previous…

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Solvang win the Marine Money bank debt deal of the year award

We were very pleased to be nominated for the 2019 bank-debt-deal of the year award, and even more pleased to be the actual winner.   The Solvang group had a major reorganization completed at the end of 2018, going from a complicated structure with multiple partnership companies, to a corporate…

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Annual Fall Meeting Maritime Anti-Corruption Network

October 30th and 31st Solvang participated at the annual Maritime Anti-Corruption Network meeting in London. The meeting covered a mix of plenary sessions and working group activities. On collective action, the following relevant topics were discussed: To expand and deepen our impact in Nigeria, MACN has received a four-year funding…

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What is green shipping?

Over the last 30 years, a section of international shipping has made the incredible achievement to reduce fuel consumption and CO2 emissions by 50 percent. At the same time, they cut NOx emissions by 65 percent.

What is green shipping?

Over the last 30 years, a section of international shipping has made the incredible achievement to reduce fuel consumption and CO2 emissions by 50 percent. At the same time, they cut NOx emissions by 65 percent.