The human factor makes the difference

Motivated crew with a high level of competence is the key to secure transports and enhanced environmental awareness.

Successful modern tanker shipping demands good teamwork, both at sea and ashore. We actively support a good and positive work environment based on open communication. Everyone onboard and ashore shall always feel a sense of participation and have the confidence to take responsibility when so required.

Our philosophy is that shared experience is the key to success, and that is why we are committed to keep a robust cadet programme, where cadets can combine their theoretical knowledge with practical experience and learn good seamanship first hand.

We strive to recruit internally and for our employees to grow within the company and get the opportunity to reach senior positions with us. One of the cornerstones for this being personal development and continuous training and education throughout their whole careers.

Diversity and inclusion are key levers to strengthen our teams and build an organisational culture where everyone can reach their full potential.

We know that the Human Factor makes the difference and by offering a dynamic workplace with an open work atmosphere, where we keep communication lines short and work closely together, we strive for continuous improvement and keep a motivated crew!

If you are interested in joining our team, we encourage you to send us an application together with an updated CV to

If you have any questions, regarding current or upcoming vacancies, please contact HR.

Current vacancies

2nd Engineer position available

We are currently looking for a well experienced 2nd Engineer to join our team!

We have a vacancy for a 2nd Engineer position on our CPP-tanker Bit Okland, with on signing in October 2021.

We are looking for you who are a positive, responsible and reliable person, a good team player and has a solution-oriented way of working. 

To fulfil the Officers’ Matrix requirements, you must be a well experienced 2nd Engineer – with a minimum of 3 years onboard service in rank and on tanker vessels.


  • COC – Engineer Officer Class II (Second Engineer Officer Unlimited)
  • Swedish endorsement for Unlimited service onboard Oil/Chemical tankers
  • Unlimited Oil Certificate (Advanced)
  • Unlimited Chemical Certificate (Advanced)
  • Swedish Medical certificate for Seafarers
  • Minimum 3 years sailed time as 2nd Engineer
  • Minimum 3 years sailed time on tanker vessels
  • Good knowledge of the English language, both verbally and in writing
  • High level of communication skills
  • Well familiar with OCIMF’s vetting system

Additional required certificates include (valid): Basic Safety, Advanced Fire Fighting, Survival Craft and Rescue Boats and Security Awareness Certificates of Proficiency. 

If you are interested in joining our team, we encourage you to send us an application together with an updated CV, marked “2nd Engineer Application”, to 

(We accept applications in both Swedish and English.)

We look forward to hearing from you!