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SwissMarine

SwissMarine was established in 2001 as a dry-bulk freight operator, and offers transportation services in the dry-bulk sector on Capesize to Supramax size vessels to mostly coal power stations and steel mills as well as miners and agricultural companies for their raw material transportation needs.

Marine & offshore
Genève, CH
Active in 4 countries
50 employees

SwissMarine

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SwissMarine was established in 2001 as a dry-bulk freight operator, and offers transportation services in the dry-bulk sector on Capesize to Supramax size vessels to mostly coal power stations and steel mills as well as miners and agricultural companies for their raw material transportation needs.

Marine & offshore
Genève, CH
Active in 4 countries
50 employees

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The company is a dry bulk freight operator which focusses on the Cape to Supramax segment. Being one of the biggest dry bulk operators worldwide we emphasis on customer service, providing worldwide trade solutions on the larger size vessels and focusing on niche markets on smaller size vessels. SwissMarine works with top tier shipowners to aim to provide commodity transportation...


The company is a dry bulk freight operator which focusses on the Cape to Supramax segment. Being one of the biggest dry bulk operators worldwide we emphasis on customer service, providing worldwide trade solutions on the larger size vessels and focusing on niche markets on smaller size vessels. SwissMarine works with top tier shipowners to aim to provide commodity transportation services to the major producers, traders and end users including leading steel mills and power producers. Mainly trading world flows of coal and iron ore, which are a driving factor of the global freight market, we strive to have best knowledge of future market movements and anticipate on those to optimize our fleet revenues.

Today, the company operates out of four worldwide offices ( Geneva, Singapore, Copenhagen and Verbier), and has a staff of over 50 employees, operates a fleet of around 150 vessels and transports around 120million metric tons annually which is around 5% of the world drybulk trade.


The company is a dry bulk freight operator which focusses on the Cape to Supramax segment. Being one of the biggest dry bulk operators worldwide we emphasis on customer service, providing worldwide trade solutions on the larger size vessels and focusing on niche markets on smaller size vessels. SwissMarine works with top tier shipowners to aim to provide commodity transportation services to the major producers, traders and end users including leading steel mills and power producers. Mainly trading world flows of coal and iron ore, which are a driving factor of the global freight market, we strive to have best knowledge of future market movements and anticipate on those to optimize our fleet revenues.

Today, the company operates out of four worldwide offices ( Geneva, Singapore, Copenhagen and Verbier), and has a staff of over 50 employees, operates a fleet of around 150 vessels and transports around 120million metric tons annually which is around 5% of the world drybulk trade.


When you start working as a commercial trainee, the focus is on developing skills as a trader. In order to grow your experiences quickly, you are in constant negotiation with the customers from the beginning to conclude contracts for transportation of the cargo. It's like an exciting game where you have to be at the roots of developments in the market. Timing is crucial in this respect, deals can last two weeks and sometimes just 2 minutes. Quick decision making and fast calculation skills are vital for these trades. Moving forward in the role as a trader, you will constantly try to access the direction for all trading and hedging of your portfolio. In this role you will have full profit and loss responsibility and have high independence within the team. Traders are individually responsible for the global trade positions that includes both cash and futures positions and will be responsible for risk exposure and overall performance results.