The main purpose of Naviera Transoceanica S.A. is to transport its customers’ oil from refineries and production centers, to different plants where they use it, governed by the highest standards of quality, safety and environmental care.
Naviera Transoceanica is the leading maritime Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) carrier in the country, to which end it boasts a most modern fleet with the highest capacity of Cooled Gas ships, providing services between Pisco and Camisea, including delivery ports on the Peruvian coast as well as abroad.
Through its related company, Naviera Petral S.A., it operates ships that carry all types of chemicals, mainly sulfuric acid in cabotage (from Ilo to Matarani) and through international traffic (from Ilo to ports in northern Chile, such as Mejillones,Puerto Patache and Michilla), essentially to supply the mining industry. Naviera Petral S.A. owns the Peruvian flag oil tanker‘Moquegua’, with a 14,400-tonDWT, built in 2002. It is the main chemicals carrier along the Peruvian coast.
We provide transportation of cargo either placed in containers, in break bulk form and for projects, on the Peruvian coast. To achieve this, we have ships available to us on a charter basis, such as: 400 TEU Container Ship (H-14) / 170 plugs – Multi-purpose 8000 to 13000 DWT - Projects, Oversized and Bulk Cargo.
On Tuesday, January 10th. the purchase of the Brugge Venture, gas tanker vessel was completed by Naviera Transoceanica. This ship that at the time of purchase had a Hong Kong flag and was builted in Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Shipyards in Japan, will change to Peruvian Flag and will be baptized with the name of COLCA in honor to the deep and important cannon that is located in the department of Arequipa-Peru. It is a modern ship of 35,200 CBM capacity, which along with the gas ship Mar Pacifico are the largest and most modern ships in Peru for the transportation of LPG. We have a great responsibility ahead as it is to supply LPG to Lima and Callao in an optimal, timely and safe way. The taking of the ship and the change of crew was in the port of Balboa in Panama. The ship is now at Callao completing the nationalization process. We wish many successes to the COLCA, her Captain Sixto Herrada, her Chief Engineer Alfonso Hurtado, as well as to all her crew during this new stage.Read more
The SERTICA system is a program created by Logimatic S.A., a company based in Denmark, and whose main function is to act as a management platform for everything related to Maintenance and Purchasing in fleet vessels. Today, the team of SERTICA in the company, is made up of 10 of our co-workers, the ones that I detail below: Ronny Diaz and Jorge Baudouin, who lead it, Pilar Bendezú, Mari Carmen Choy, Blanca Verano, Julio Palomares, Johnathan Cubas, Johnathan Medina, Juan Mendiola and Juan José Ledesma. This project begins in October 2016 and is expected to be fully implemented both on ships and in the administrative office ending 2017. SERTICA is software that will undoubtedly allow an adequate management of the maintenance of the ships, the purchase of spare parts and goods for a safe operation. Better control of inventories and stocks.Read more
Security is a fundamental objective of our company. There is a permanent search for us to carry out our work with the utmost safety. We have the elements, tools and equipment, but it is also very important that our mentality is always committed to the development of a safe job. To this end, a firm specializing in maritime safety issues, Green and Jakobsen, has been contracted. The Culture of Security development program, which we have called Transosafe, which has been designed according to our values: • Commitment • Trust • Excellence The goal of this ambitious project is to develop a shared program of security processes, analyzing user behaviors, tools and methods. The ultimate goal is to create a solid security culture, for which we have the commitment and the responsibility of each one, working with passion to achieve it. The success of our safety results is based on our ability to To share the same perception of what is a safe job, that is, in terms of security, "let's speak the same language". To this end, it is necessary to raise awareness and explain the desired safety behaviors that are expected to be adopted by all employees of the company and thus contribute to the achievement of a safety culture.Read more