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About DIS

d’Amico International Shipping S.A. (DIS) is a leading international marine transportation company operating in the product tanker market, listed on the Milan Stock Exchange since 2007 (ticker “DIS.MI”) and traded on the OTCQX Best Market in the US since 2023 (ticker symbol “DMCOF”).

d’Amico International Shipping S.A. (individually the “Company” or “d’Amico International Shipping”, and when together with its subsidiaries “DIS”, “DIS Group” or “the Group”) is an international marine transportation company, part of the d’Amico Società di Navigazione SpA Group, which traces its origins to 1936. DIS’ business purpose is to operate, through its main subsidiary d'Amico Tankers d.a.c., a fleet of owned and chartered-in vessels, engaged in the transportation of refined petroleum products and vegetable oils. 

As at 31 March 2024, d’Amico International Shipping controls - mainly through d’Amico Tankers d.a.c. (Ireland), its fully owned subsidiary - a fleet of 35.0 vessels, of which 29.0 owned and bareboat chartered-in vessels (with purchase obligations), with an average age of approximately 8.8 years, compared to an average in the product tankers industry of 13.4 years for MRs (25,000 - 55,000 dwt) and 14.8 years for LR1s (55,000 - 84,999 dwt). All DIS’ vessels are double-hulled and are primarily engaged in the transportation of refined oil products, providing worldwide shipping services to the major oil companies and trading houses. All the vessels are compliant with IMO (International Maritime Organization) regulations, including MARPOL (the International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships), with the requirements of oil-majors and energy-related companies and other relevant international standards. Based on MARPOL/IMO rules, cargoes such as palm oil, vegetable oil and other chemicals can only be transported by vessels that meet certain requirements (IMO Classed). As at 31 March 2024, 80% of DIS’ controlled fleet was IMO Classed, allowing the Group to transport a large range of products. 

DIS has a presence in Luxembourg, Dublin (Ireland), London (U.K.), Monte Carlo (Monaco), Singapore, New York (USA) and Rome (Italy). These offices are located in the key maritime centres around the world. DIS provides transportation services employing all its vessels worldwide, rather than in specific geographical areas. DIS believes that its international presence allows it to meet the needs of its international clients in different geographical areas, strengthening the Company’s recognition and its brand name worldwide. In addition, through the different opening hours of offices located in several time zones, DIS can continuously monitor its operations and assist its customers.


Connecting the world by sea, we aim to generate economic and social value, while respecting the environment and guaranteeing reliable and transparent relationships with our stakeholders

Our values

Long-term vision, family tradition and innovation

Inspired by the values of our family, we build our achievements with a long-term view, focusing on innovation and risk management.


Business ethics

Our sustainable business model aims to generate value and a positive impact on the communities we work with. Our relations are based on integrity, transparency and an open dialogue with our stakeholders.


A strong commitment to sustainability

Respecting the environment is one of our priorities. Safeguarding the planet and a strong focus on future generations guide our investment choices. We constantly strive to take care of our seas and promote a sustainable lifestyle for our people.


People care

We believe in the value of diversity and aim to promote a multi-cultural, inclusive and motivating work environment, with teamwork at its core. We offer our employees opportunities that allow them to develop their skills, while nurturing their talent and taking care of their well-being.

DIS Group Structure

As of May 16th, 2024
*Glenda International shipping ceased trading on 22 September 2023, the date in which it sold the last of its vessels to d’Amico Tankers d.a.c.

DIS’ Top Management

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