Sea Tank Chartering AS is a tanker chartering company established in Bergen 1st August 2006, and operates chemical tankers ranging from 2000 dwt to 7000 dwt.

Vessels main trading area is Northern Europe.

The Management System of Sea Tank Chartering AS is certified by DNV GL as follows:

-Quality Management System Standard ISO 9001:2015, for chartering and operation of tanker vessels.
-Environmental Management System Standard ISO 14001:2015, for chartering and operation of tanker vessels.

Sea Tank Chartering AS is also registered as full non-trading member of FOSFA International, The Federation of Oils, Seeds and Fats Associations LTD. Link to FOSFA Membership certificate

Link to Code of Ethic and Business Conduct

Link to Transparency Act

Link to Rapport Åpenhetsloven 2022

GMP+ Feed Safety Policy

Link to GMP+ FSA certificate

Feed Safety Management System (FSMS management system) is planned, implemented, controlled, and improved, considering the context of the organization as a set of interrelated processes in compliance with the requirements of international standard GMP+

Sea Tank Chartering AS on the regular basis will:

Sea Tank Chartering AS executives are leaders and guarantors of compliance with legal requirements and international standards & our policy defines the content of our activities and is communicated towards organization / employees and such as:

  1. Shareholders
  2. Customers
  3. Suppliers
  4. Partners
  5. Employees
  6. Government
  7. Society
  8. Fleet
  9. Technical Managements

Sea Tank Chartering AS has a ZERO vision to lack of Feed Safety.

Feed Safety Policy is a part of strategic planning and is developed based on the understanding of needs, expectation, and potential input of the interested parties, review of external and internal context of the organization, based on the strategic directions of development of our company.

The company’s Food Safety Management System are certified in accordance with the GMP+ standard -supported by ISO 22000:2018 and based on an analysis on the issues of concern / interests of stakeholders and in consideration of its services - Sea Tank Chartering AS has determined the scope of the management system as follow:

Affreightment of Sea Transport



Sea Tank Chartering AS – our policy states that we shall be a strong and reliable company in the environmental management in our industry.

We're going to run a healthy business with a strong focus on the environment, society and the responsibilities of the employees. The well-being, confidence and a collective environmental responsibility will characterize our daily operations, and we're going to continually improve our environmental work, and further adhere to the local environmental laws where we operate our business.

Environmental aspects are the activities, products and services that can affect the environment (all the influence of the environment that owe your company's business). Significant aspects are conditions that have a significant environmental impact.

In Sea Tank Chartering AS, we have many different objects that perform an operation that affects the environment in different ways. We consume resources through purchasing and transportation. Sea Tank Chartering AS execute chartering and operation of a large ships fleet, and consume fuel and emit CO2 & NOx out to air, sea and land.

Out from our environment, we have defined the following significant environmental aspects:

o Management is provided with monthly updates

Sea Tank Chartering AS shall be able to prove that company have reviewed compliance towards statutory requirements. This indicate that the Sea Tank Chartering AS must consider consistency between laws and regulations, operating permits and emission permits, contracts and standards.

Sea Tank Chartering AS is member of NORWEGIAN NOx fund and has been a member since the start in 2008 and will continue as a member.

Within March 2017 - Sea Tank Chartering AS has two completed projects.

Both projects will reduce the footprint by our service, all this has been gained in cooperation with the Norwegian NOx fund