CSL Group

Montreal-based Canada Steamship Lines (CSL) has obtained a minority stake in bulk material handling systems designer and supplier EMS-Tech Incorporation. Previously, EMS-Tech Incorporation’s material handling creative solutions were installed on self-unloading ships owned and operated by Canada Steamship Lines (CSL). EMS-Tech Incorporation considers that project partnerships with Canada Steamship Lines (CSL) will take self-unloading industry-leading expertise and know-how to new markets. Canada Steamship Lines (CSL) is the biggest shipowner and operator of self-unloading vessels in the world. Montreal-based Canada Steamship Lines (CSL) ships more than 70 million tonnes of cargoper year. Canada Steamship Lines (CSL) has offices in Canada, the Netherlands, and China. 8-December-2021

 

Montreal based Canada Steamship Lines (CSL) controlled bulk carrier 35K DWT MV Rt Hon Paul J Martin grounded at the coast of Cardinal, Ontario, Canada. MV Rt Hon Paul J Martin was transporting iron ore to Quebec City. Currently, St Lawrence Seaway traffic is moving freely. According to Canada Steamship Lines (CSL), MV Rt Hon Paul J Martin’s grounding is under probe. No damage has been reported. Canada Steamship Lines (CSL) has been assessing the circumstances and adjusting a salvage plan for the disabled MV Rt Hon Paul J Martin. Montreal based shipowner and operator Canada Steamship Lines (CSL) stated regrets for any inconvenience prompted by the incident. 8-October-2019

 

Montreal-based Canada Steamship Lines (CSL) leads way by declaring carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions. Some listed shipowners are being provoked to demonstrate their carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions as part of their public reporting, a privately owned Canada Steamship Lines (CSL) commenced publishing. Canada Steamship Lines (CSL) wants to decrease carbon emissions, enhance environmental compliance, and push social responsibility. CEO Louis Martel noted that Canada Steamship Lines (CSL) aims to run shipping business in a safe, responsible, and ethical manner. Canada Steamship Lines (CSL) is the world’s biggest operator of self-unloading bulk carriers. Canada Steamship Lines (CSL) concentrates on shortsea voyages for considerable industrial clients under long-term agreements. Montreal-based Canada Steamship Lines (CSL) is presumably ahead of many other shipowners when it comes to IMO 2020 practices given the company’s history of performing in environmentally sensitive locations such as the St Lawrence Seaway and Great Lakes. Canada Steamship Lines (CSL) has been consuming a reasonable amount of time and effort to enhance the efficiency of operation. Canada Steamship Lines (CSL) does not plan to equip scrubbers on the fleet. Canada Steamship Lines (CSL) believes that low-sulfur bunkers would be a more convenient way. Due to ballasting legs, Canada Steamship Lines (CSL) carbon emissions rose by 10% in 2018. Canada Steamship Lines (CSL) has a tremendous emphasis on contemporizing the company. Canada Steamship Lines (CSL) has been spending time and effort to enhance the efficiency of ship operation. 2-September-2019

 

Montreal based Canada Steamship Lines (CSL), which is currently the world’s largest owner and operator of self-unloading ships, has revealed that its joint venture with German shipowner Hans-Jurgen Hartmann has exercised an option for a second newbuilding at Chengxi Shipyard, China. Canada Steamship Lines (CSL) is led by Louis Martel. After six years, Canada Steamship Lines (CSL) returns to China for self-unloaders newbuilding. Self-unloaders are a niche market with limited charterers. Montreal based Canada Steamship Lines (CSL) found a suitable tie-up with German shipowner Hans-Jurgen Hartmann’s aggregates trading group Mibau Stema which is an offshoot of Hartmann’s Denmark-­based Stema Shipping. After exercising the second newbuilding option, Canada Steamship Lines (CSL) and Hartmann jointly have two new-buildings on order at Chengxi Shipyard, China. Two (2) self-unloader new-buildings 40K DWT are due for delivery in July 2020 and June 2021 for the account of Mibau Stema Shipping. Hartmann’s aggregates trading group Mibau Stema Group is one of the largest heavy-construction materials suppliers in Northern Europe. Mibau Stema Group ‘s shipping arm Mibau Stema Shipping is carrying more than 10 million tonnes per year in the North Sea and Baltic Sea. North Sea and Baltic Sea is a sort of niche market ­opportunity for Canadian shipowner Canada Steamship Lines (CSL) which foresees limited growth prospects in the Great Lakes. Canada Steamship Lines (CSL) has ­developed new markets in North America, Australia, and Europe through the years. In 2018, Canada Steamship Lines (CSL) took a 50% stake in ­Eureka Shipping as a joint venture with Cyprus based SMT Shipping Group. Eureka Shipping is in the cement shipping business. Canada Steamship Lines (CSL) and SMT Shipping Group joint venture will combine the expertise, resources, and technologies of two strong companies. Montreal based Canada Steamship Lines (CSL) has a fleet of 44 ships which comprise of self-unloaders, conventional geared bulk carriers, and transshipment vessels. 26-August-2019

 

Montreal-based Canada Steamship Lines (CSL) acquired 2015 built kamsarmax bulk carrier 82K DWT MV SBI Electra and 2015 built kamsarmax bulk carrier 82K DWT MV SBI Flamenco for a total $48 million from Scorpio Bulkers. CEO Louis Martel-led Canada Steamship Lines (CSL) plans to convert these bulk carriers into self-discharger bulk carriers. Both MV SBI Electra and MV SBI Flamenco are a step up in size and price from Canada Steamship Lines’s (CSL) regular acquisition marks. Usually, Canada Steamship Lines (CSL) prefers handysize bulk carriers. Currently, Montreal-based Canada Steamship Lines (CSL) has a fleet of 42 ships. 14-March-2019

 

A severe fire broke out on Canada Steamship Lines (CSL) self-unloader 1993 built 51K DWT MV Iron Chieftain. Fire began on ship’s conveyor belt in Port Kembla, Australia. MV Iron Chieftain’s 20 crew were evacuated and no injuries had been reported. MV Iron Chieftain was carrying dolomite cargo. Fire broke out during offloading operation. 20-June-2018

 

Panama based Cullan Maritime sold 1990 built panamax bulk carrier 67K DWT MV Anita (ex MV CSL Atlas) to Indian scrapyard for about $4 million. In May 2016, Cullan Maritime bought MV Anita (ex MV CSL Atlas) from Canada Steamship Lines (CSL). Canada Steamship Lines (CSL) also sold 1985 built dry bulk carrier 1985 built 38K DWT M/V Atlantic Erie for demolition for $2 million. 27-November-2016