Dockendale Ship Management (India) Private LimitedView mapMumbai, Maharashtra
Dockendale Shipping Company Limited was incorporated in the Bahamas in June, 1973 as a Ship Management Company. Dockendale Shipping Company Limited started the two ships, Attica and Athol. The company , incidentally, was named after Dockendale farm in Scotland where George Campbell was born. Later, in 1974, Dockendale became dormant. Its two ships were bareboat chartered to Japanese operator so as not to compete with clients. When the Japanese yen strengthened, Japanese shipbuilders could no longer be competitive on the world market and Dockendale became operators again, starting with the MV. Yorktown and Arita, and the company's offices were moved to Nassau in The Bahamas.
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Private Limited Company
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Mahakali Caves Road, Chakala, Andheri(E)
Mumbai - 400 093