ITM is a marine asset manager, which means that we concern ourselves with the values we protect and the regimes that influence them.

We have close relationships with the organizations and forums that safeguard the tanker business and maritime industries, as well as clients with a conscientious approach to their business, brand and commercial partners.

These references tell how some of the industry’s most quality-minded players describe ITM, and how they employ ITM to manage their maritime assets.

Intertanko :


We are delighted to have International Tanker Management as a member of INTERTANKO - the International Association of Independent Tanker Owners - which represents 80% of international independent tanker owners.

In their quest for continuous improvement, the Association’s members set themselves new goals when INTERTANKO’s Council agreed last year that members would lead the continuous improvement of the tanker industry's performance in striving to achieve the goals of zero fatalities, zero pollution, zero detentions. Part of this quest has involved launching the Poseidon Challenge which brings together senior representatives of links in the chain of responsibility with pledges to seek continuous improvement both inside their own operation as well as in the relationship between different sectors of the shipping industry.

Det Norske Veritas, Dubai Branch


The management system of ITM is on the top among management companies. They are quality-minded and easy to work with from the perspective of a classification company. This is a company that we have learned to see as trustworthy and leading in key areas. This is a company that could definitely be described as beyond compliance particularly when it comes to training and investing in management systems. Like DNV, ITM understands the importance in working harder and investing more to safeguard your brand. They operate as a close-knit team, and that is one of many reasons that we love to work with them.

Eivind Groestad, Manager, DNV Dubai

Lloyd’s List


Lloyd's List named ITM as its ship manager of the year for the Middle East and Indian sub-continent in 2005.