Incorporated in early 2009, WOMAR began as a 50/50 joint venture between Heidmar, Inc and other investors. Headquartered in Singapore, we operated the Marida Tanker Pool (10-14kdwt Coated IMO II Tankers) and later expanded our partners to include other tanker pools – Stainless Tanker Pool (19-25kdwt Stainless IMO II ships) and Sakura Tanker Pool (Aframax Tankers).
In April 2014, we marked a new milestone when BW Group acquired Heidmar’s 50% stake in WOMAR. Testament to their commitment and faith in us, the Group made an immediate purchase of 11x 20kdwt Stainless Steel IMO II chemical tankers, entrusting the commercial management of the entire fleet to WOMAR.
Today, we continue our founding quest as specialists in the commercial asset management of chemical and oil tankers of up to 55,000 DWT and Aframax Tankers. We trade worldwide with a focus on chemicals, vegetable oils, clean and dirty petroleum products and crude oil.
Generate value for vessel owners and our business partners and establish ourselves as the most trusted and
best performing name in the shipping industry
Provide most reliable, efficient, high quality and safe operation in most transparent manner
Transparency is the gate to success
Leadership Through Service
WOMAR’s pool partners play an important role in fulfilling our commitment to our clients. They uphold stringent standards of vessel management, thus enabling us to deliver first-rate solutions that meet our charterers’ needs.
Type: coated IMO II chemical tankers
Tonnage: 10K – 15k dwt
Legal entity: Marida Tankers Inc. (incorporated in May 2005)
Fleet details: Epoxy and Marine Line coated, built 2004/11 from top class shipyards, with all having Bow thrusters, majority having IGS, segregations ranging from 6 to 14, with high Oil Major Standards
Type: stainless IMO II chemical tankers
Tonnage: 19 – 25kdwt
Legal entity: Stainless Tankers Inc. (incorporated in October 2014)
Fleet details: Built 2003/17 from reputable shipyards mostly in Japan, with all having bow thrusters, nitrogen generators, segregations ranging from 20 to 26. With a substantial new building programme, this fleet of Tankers is expected to grow in the coming years.