CHIPOLBROK – Chinese Polish Joint Stock Shipping company was founded in June 1951 as a joint venture between Chinese and Polish governments with each holding 50% of controlling shares.
CHIPOLBROK provides sea transportation services between the continents of North/Central/South America – Asia, Europe and Middle East/India.
Regular ports in the USA are: Houston, New Orleans, Baltimore, or Camden/Philadelphia. Main ports in Asia are: Busan/Masan, Xingang, Shanghai and Singapore; in Europe Antwerp and Hamburg as well as Aberdeen and other North/Baltic Sea ports through relay service. Upon individual agreement, other loading or discharge ports within the geographical scope of activity might be offered either directly or through transshipment to the final destination.
Modern multipurpose fleet of 17 heavy geared ships are suitable for transportation of projects, heavy – over dimension units, industrial commodities for oil and gas, power generation, chemical sectors, all kind of plant components and equipment , rolling stock, steel, minerals and other general cargoes.
CHIPOLBROK is continuously investing in fleet renewal programs with the aim to meet current and future transportation requirements and industry trends. In 2016, Chipolbrok accepted delivery of 4 new builds. These new ships with extend length of the main loading compartments up to 50.56 meters and strengthen lifting capacity of the new cranes up to 350 metric tons each (or in tandem operation of two cranes up to 700 metric tons) would allow to handle and accommodate under deck long/tall and heavy units. These new ships have replaced older tonnage.