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Tarihçe

Ship transportation under AYGAZ A.Ş. Logistics Group since 1967, had been transferred to Anadoluhisarı Tankercilik A.Ş. that have been established at 2010

With the existing 3 vessels’ short history, here we would like to define the other tanker companies which was established together with Anadoluhisarı Tankercilik A.Ş.

M/T AYGAZ

The first ship name was determined as “Aygaz” with the decision of AYGAZ A.Ş.’s Board of Directors dated on 25.8.1966. At 1.10.1966 the vessel was launched and the M / T Aygaz name was given. She made his first voyage from Yarımca to Ambarlı on 12.10.1967.

It was sold at the end of 1985 to be used as a dry cargo ship by removing the tank and equipment of the mentioned M / T Aygaz marine tanker, which has completed the economic life of the LPG transportation.

M/T AYGAZ-2

The ship made its first voyage on 22.3.1972. On February 14, 1992, Ambarlı, Yarımca was deactivated after her last voyage from Ambarlı to Yarımca. The LPG tank and equipment were evaluated by our company and sold on 25 May 1993.

M/T AYGAZ-3

The necessity of taking a third ship under service due to the opening of our Samsun facility and the increase of the sea transportation tonnage made to our other shore facilities, the researches were started to start from 1974.
Our M / T Aygaz 3 ship built in Japan was delivered on 4.11.1976 with a delay of 1 month.
It has been left out of service since May 2008 and has been sold out in May 2009.

M/T Anadoluhisarı (Ex-Aygaz-4)

It is decided that the fourth vessel will be a ship with a semi-refrigerated capacity of 3000-4000 m3 considering the transportation requirement of Aygaz and the location and stocking capacity of LPG terminals besides being a vessel that can serve the company for at least 20 years and suitable for technological developments.

AYGAZ-4 was delivered at Rotterdam on 19.10.1982 and on the same day she was taken under Turkish flag. She had made her first voyage to İpraş by delivering 1850 tons of LPG and on 24.11.1982 she had carried out the first actual import to Istanbul.
It was left out of service by the last voyage in March 2012 and sold at the end of April 2012.

M/T Kandilli (Ex-Aygaz-5)

It was delivered on 14.10.1991 in Istanbul and participated in the Turkish maritime trade fleet. The working temperature of the vessel is 0 centigrade degree minimum and working pressure is 17.5 kg / cm2 which was consisting of C type indepent tanks and both two having a capacity of 1600 m3

M/T Kuleli (Ex-Aygaz-6)

It was delivered on 10.12.1996 in Istanbul and participated in the Turkish maritime trade fleet. The working temperature of the vessel is 0 centigrade degree minimum and working pressure is 17.5 kg / cm2 which was consisting of C type indepent tanks and both two having a capacity of 1600 m3

M/T Kuzguncuk (Ex-Aygaz-7)

In 2005, new ship feasibility studies had been accelerated and parallel to this the search of ships had been started. In this period, focused on the Singapore-flagged “LPG / C Ascot” which had been previously serviced on before, and as a result of inspections was carried out on she, it was decided to be compatible with Aygaz sea transport strategy and fleet construction. As of 26.08.2005, the aggreement with “Petredec Shipping ltd “has been signed. Following the end of chartering period between 2005-2006, it was registered and transferred to Aygaz property, with the withdrawal of the Turkish flag on April 24, 2006. Built in Hiroshima, Japan by the “Sasaki Shipbuilding Co.ltd.” In 2001, it has a total capacity of 6840 m3 and 2 pressurised cargo tanks. The cargo tank working pressure is 17.65 bar and at the same time, have been designed to work -10 celcious degree accordingly.

M/T Beylerbeyi

Anadoluhisarı Tankercilik A.Ş, as of November 29, 2011, delivered the Vessel which was Singapore flagged named as “Kensington” made by Japan (Asakawa Shipbuilding Co., Ltd.) on 2008, from “Komaya Shipping Co, Pte Ltd. (Vitol Energy-Bermuda Ltd) at Yarımca Port. With the delivery of the vessel, all official and nationalization procedures of the ship were completed in approximately 10 days and the ship was registered as “BEYLERBEYİ” in registration with TUGS (Turkish International Boat Register) and taken under the Turkish flag. The Vessel departed from Yarımca on the 10th of December and started its first voyage as Yarımca-Odessa-Yarımca.

The Vessel is 7893 Gross tonnage, 120 mt length, 20 mt breadth and 7,35 mt draft sizes, 2 cylindrical cargo tanks, total lpg transportation volume is 11,025 m3. (~ 5.850 mton lpg mix) is registered by Class NKK. She is capable of carrying maximum 17.65 bar pressure and minimum -10 celcious degrees LPG under International Gas Code (IGC), and is a specially designed fully pressurized LPG carrier class with the ability to carry LPG below 0 celcious degree.

This new vessel has also become the largest Turkish LPG ship by its dimensions an under our management which is the first and only company of the Turkish Maritime Service that serves with the LPG Marine Fleet