d’Amico Group, with its Panamax and Supramax/Ultramax vessels, has created Pools with ship owner to optimize the distribution of Dry Cargo and provide the maximum level of efficiency and cover of commercial maritime traffic.
The pools bring together owners with similar quality vessels and similar high levels of technical management and provides pooled risks and revenue.
The Pool committee, composed of executives from the participants in the Pools, are consulted for different aspects of the pool functioning.
The Pools offer to the customers an extensive and diversified fleet of vessels which allows a wide range of goods and products to be transported around the world. The competitive advantage of d'Amico Pools is the ability to negotiate short and long term contracts across a broad spectrum of commodities and cargo sizes, in addiction to arbitrage positions with third party tonnage.
The scope of the fleet of Pools and the offices spread over 4 Continents means that we can offer global coverage of commercial transportation with a 24/7 service.
The monthly publication of results of the Pools also allows total transparency towards all participants and provides current and future clients with a vision on Pool activity.
The Pools group together shipping companies who share the same philosophy and values as d'Amico: a long term outlook, reliability, attention to the environment, social responsibility, multicultural team, identification, passion and commitment, excellent personnel and attention to professional training.
Belonging to the Pool means benefiting from d'Amico's renowned systems of Research, Risk Management and Performance Monitoring.
Medi Supra Pool is the Pool managed by d’Amico Dry Cargo operating globally in the Supramax and Ultramax Sectors. The transport of coal, clinker, corn seed and other minor bulk is guaranteed thanks to a fleet of 25-30 bulk carriers, varying from 52,000 to 64,000 dwt.
Supramax and Ultramax vessels of the Pool, being geared and grabbed, allow total flexibility during the loading and unloading operations.