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Giken Ocean Tankers Limited was incorporated in 2003 to carry out the business of

shipping within Nigerian Coastal waters and the West African Coast generally.

In 2005, the company acquired 2 vessels of 6000MT capacity each MT Gracious and MT

Agboiyi from Turkey. The vessels were financed by Equity Bank Ltd (taken over by

Intercontinental Bank Plc).

Between 2005 and 2007, both vessels were quite active in coastal liftings from Warri &

Port Harcourt Refineries. In January 2010, the company entered into a Technical

Management Agreement and a Commercial Management Agreement with a reputable

Ship Management company based in Mumbai, India Transocean Shipping Ventures

(Pvt.) Ltd to revive and retrofit the vessels which had been moribund following the inactive

state of Warri & PHC Refineries.

The turn around was completed in May 2010 and the vessels commenced trading actively

along the West African coast lifting cargoes from Mother Vessels anchored in Cotonou,

Lome, Cote Divorie etc for supplies to Depots and Jetties in Lagos, Warri, Port Harcourt,

Calabar and offshore Oil platforms.

The vessels are manned by qualified and competent staff both Nigerians and expatriates.

The vessels are in class, with proper Hull and Machinery Insurances, Pollution & Indemnity

Insuraces in place. Also the vessels posses all required requlatory permits from NIMASA,

DPR, etc to operate.

Giken Ocean Tankers Limited is a member of Indegenous Shipowners of Nigeria (ISAN)

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Mrs. Enenmoh graduated from the University of Lagos with an LLB (Hons) degree and was

called to bar after successfully completing her stint at the Nigerian Law School.

She has had experience in sales and marketing while working for Unilever (formerly Lever

Brothers) as a sales supervisor from where she left for private business in 1981.



Mr Ikechukwu G. Enenmoh is an Executive Director of Ascon Oil responsible

foroperations. He is a graduate of the IOWA State University, U.S.A. with a Bsc Degree in

Chemical Engineering and a Minor in Journalism and Mass Communication.



Ikem Ohia doubles as Legal Adviser and Company Secretary. He was called to the

Nigerian Bar in 1977. Ikem worked with Unipetrol Nigeria for a total of 15 years where

he rose through the ranks to become General Manager, Unipetrol Sierra Leone, a

subsidiary of Unipetrol, Nigeria.

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Mr Okoyomoh started his maritime career with the defunct Nigerian National Shipping

Line as a Cadet Engineer. He was trained at the Nigerian Maritime Academy, Oron from

1983 to 1986 and graduated as a full fledge Marine Engineer Officer with a Class II

“Motors” Marine Engineer Certificate of Competency from the Arab Maritime Academy,

Alexandria, Egypt in 1989.

He served as an Engineer Officer onboard various Nigerian National Shipping Line ships

namely: M.V. River Ikpan, M.V. River Andoni, M.V. River Oli, M.V. River Ogbese among

others. Upon liquidation of the N.N.S.L. continued a sea career onboard privately owned

indigenous vessels as a Senior Engineer Officer, mostly as Chief Engineer.

As a chief Engineer in far away Malaysia, he served onboard the M.T. Victoria Lucy, a

Malaysian Flagged LPG vessel, owned by Helmat Shipping PTE, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

from 1997 to 1998. On his return to Nigeria he served as a Chief Engineer onboard M.T.

Maria, M.T. Bekkie, M.T. Orion 1, M.T. Zenon Conquest, M. T. Fezol Explora, etc.Giken

He later joined Ocean Tankers, Ltd. and was onboard the M.T. Gracious, as Chief

Engineer before he was promoted to the Marine Engineer Superintendent position on the

5th March, 2010; a position held till date. He attended additional courses at the Regional

Maritime Academy, Ghana and obtained Mandatory HSE certificates in compliance with

STCW '95 i.e. Advanced Fire Fighting, Proficiency in Medical First Aid, Proficiency in

Survival Craft & Rescue Boats, Life Boat, Oil Tanker Familiarization, Personal Survival

Techniques etc.

Mr Okoyomoh Also holds a Class I “Motors” Marine Engineer Certificate from the Bureau

of Maritime Affairs, Liberia.



Mr Airadion joined the company in 2007. He has a degree in accountancy and is

responsible for all the accounting and administrative operations.

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Transocean Shipment management is a partner of Giken Ocean Tankers and is charged

with the responsibility of managing the MT Gracious vessel. They have the requisite

experience that cuts across many countries of the world.

They are a reliable name in the global shipping industry. They provide the best in business

and ship management practices while treading the path of excellence, professionalism

and ethics.

They follow an absolute professional approach in their activities to ensure efficient and

seamless operations.

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