• 2017 – The company goes ahead and sets a new disruptive e-commerce travel solution standard within the global maritime industry. The company announces the launch of its revolutionary new e-commerce platform “Just One Click (JOC)”.
      The company has its new address in Mumbai at Art Guild Kurla, thereby taking yet another milestone and important huge step ahead to execute the company “Avatar Strategy”, and position Elektrans Group well to pursue sustainable growth in our business verticals offering much improved modern office platform that meets our future demands as represents us to a global standard.
    • 2016 – Capt Michael Elwert joins as the Group CEO.
      The company owns an aframax tanker, expanding its fleet size to 4.
      Formation of Chemtrans Pvt. Ltd. as a separate entity as a joint venture between Elektrans Group and Chemikalien Seetransport G.m.b.H. Germany
    • 2015 – Gauri ships owned its 2nd and 3rd vessel Nushi Nalini and Distya Akula. The company ventured into a new vertical – consolidation. The company transformed itself from Doehle Danautic to Elektrans Group.
    • 2014 – In the beginning of the year India’s renowned shipping dignitary, Mr. S Hajara, Ex CMD of The Shipping Corporation of India came on board as Chief Advisory and mentor to Mr. Daniel Chopra. As Chief Advisory, Mr. Hajara will help catapult Doehle Danautic overall growth strategy and will be responsible for, mergers & acquisitions, financial planning, budgeting, investor relations, corporate secretarial functions and fiscal management policies of the company.
    • 2013 – Doehle Danautic inked a JV with Thome Ship Management to expand the pool of Indian officers on Thome fleet thereby edifying India as a future maritime sourcing hub for qualified Indian officers for worldwide trading. Thome Group has grown to be recognised as one of the top 5, world’s leading independent international ship manager with more than 300 vessels under full technical management serviced by 550 shore staff and 10,000 crew members.
    • 2012 – This year the company ventured into NVOCC / Freight Forwarding business. The company started its branch office in Mundra to further enhance its NVOCC / Freight Forwarding operations worldwide.
      This year the Ship demolition division recycled 88 ships at Alang.
    • 2011 – Doehle Danautic starts its own training institute; AMTI, in Gurgaon, Haryana (NCR) to impart training and thereby enhance safety standards on-board to the seafarers, ship owners and managers.
      In the same year DDI ventured into ship recycling business and as managers have managed over 45 ships annually.
    • 2010 – Former ace cricketer Mr. Kapil Dev comes on board as Director with Doehle Danautic Logistics & Trading Pvt. Ltd.
    • 2009 – The Company extends its services and diversifies into Logistics and Training & Development.
    • 2008 – Doehle Danautic further expands its operations and starts an office in Goa.
    • 2007 – Doehle Danautic expands operations nationally, begins an office in Delhi. Allen Chartering India Pvt. Ltd. is set up to cater to bulk trade in and out of India.
    • 2006 – 1st October, Danautic Ship Management merges with Peter Doehle Group and becomes Doehle Danautic.
    • 2002 to 2006 – Various shipping companies from around the world get associated with the Company. The client list grows.
    • 2001 – 1st May, Doehle Danautic commences operations as Danautic Ship Management. The Shipping Corporation of India signs on as its first client.
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