Enterprises Shipping & Trading

Greek shipowner Victor Restis, the principal of Enterprises Shipping & Trading, is pursuing approximately $47 million from sports financier Amanda Staveley. Enterprises Shipping & Trading’s President Victor Restis initiates legal proceedings against the owner of Newcastle United regarding an unpaid loan. Victor Restis is reportedly seeking $47 million from Amanda Staveley for a payment made in 2008, which he alleges has not been repaid. Victor Restis has taken legal action in pursuit of ¬£37 million ($47 million) that he claims is owed to him by the co-owner of Newcastle United Football Club for a loan extended 15 years ago. 6-July-2023

 

Enterprises Shipping & Trading S.A.’s dry bulk shipping arm Safbulk Maritime S.A. controlled 2010 built supramax bulk carrier 57K DWT MV Dynamic Striker holed after hitting a pier at Puerto Plata in the Dominican Republic on Saturday. Greek Victor Restis-backed shipowner and operator Enterprises Shipping & Trading’s dry bulk shipping arm Safbulk Maritime S.A. managed MV Dynamic Striker was holed in its bow just above the waterline after the incident. No crew member injuries or environmental casualties have been reported by the shipowner. 27-March-2023

 

Enterprises Shipping & Trading’s President Victor Restis published his opinions regarding shipping in the post-coronavirus era and low-carbon future. According to Enterprises Shipping & Trading’s President Victor Restis, the dry bulk sector has already been undergoing a drastic coronavirus recession that is pulling freight rates to historic lows. After the coronavirus pandemic, it is unclear whether countries will require a substitution to production sites and supply-chain pathways. According to Enterprises Shipping & Trading’s President Victor Restis, the United States has declared a transformation from dependency on China for products and equipments. Therefore, there will be an appealing design shift for the shipping industry, which depends profoundly on globalization. Enterprises Shipping & Trading’s President Victor Restis explained that maritime emissions account for 3% of global carbon dioxide output. In order to achieve a carbon-free environment, slow steaming is another solution that can be processed and executed reasonably by all parties concerned. According to Enterprises Shipping & Trading’s President Victor Restis,
the largest Greek ¬≠shipowners support slow-steaming option, and Victor Restis believes that the slow-steaming option requires serious re-evaluation. Enterprises Shipping & Trading’s President Victor Restis reckons that shipping will rebound, exceed its pre-coronavirus recession profit levels, and manage the challenging carbon reduction levels. 4-June-2020

 

Greek Victor Restis-backed shipowner and operator Enterprises Shipping & Trading purchased 2012 built capesize bulk carrier 178K DWT MV Gotia for around $23 million from Hamburg based Orion Bulkers. Athens based Enterprises Shipping & Trading have acquired its first ship after more than two (2) years. Enterprises Shipping & Trading attempt to take advantage of the prevailing weak secondhand bulker market. MV Gotia is due for special survey (SS) in March 2022. Greek shipowner and operator Enterprises Shipping & Trading last time acquired a bulk carrier in January 2017. In January 2017, Enterprises Shipping & Trading acquired 2017 built ultramax bulk carrier 63K DWT MV Alora (ex MV Milos Island) for around $18 million. Currently, MV Alora (ex MV Milos Island) is worth around $17 million. Currently, Victor Restis led Enterprises Shipping & Trading has a fleet of 21 bulk carriers and 11 tankers. 9-May-2020