DALLAS, TX / ACCESSWIRE / April 27, 2021 / Delos Shipping has been committed to the shipping industry since 2007 and offers its investors unrivaled access to capital, confident strategy, and strong guidance. Founded by Brian Ladin in 2008, the company allows clients to lease ships and also provides maritime assets and financing for end users. End users of shipping assets enjoy well-priced capital via leases, bareboat charters, and time charters. Clients are empowered to leverage their capital base and to expand their business by taking advantage of Delos' ample balance sheet and industry knowledge. This broad platform means that Delos' stakeholders experience superior returns. The company's commitment to excellence creates an ocean of safe, high quality investment experiences for clients.
Delos also seeks to invest the capital of its principals and its partners into the shipping industry. It uses its extensive experience in the shipping industry, including building and selling a fleet of 52 vessels, to identify the appropriate acquisition candidates.
Delos continually puts its clients' interests first. They believe they have two clients in every transaction: their customers (the end users) and their stakeholders (their lenders, investors, and financial advisors). Their clients' interests always supersede Delos' interests.
Delos' primary asset is the company's knowledge of the shipping industry. Because of the wealth of knowledge that every employee has, they are able to create value for clients. It is at the center of everything the company does. That knowledge comes in part from the company's sole focus on the shipping vertical. They do not lease trains, aircraft, or other rolling stock, so they are 100% immersed in shipping around the clock. This gives Delos a unique edge.
While Delos is interested in profits like any business, employees do not over-promise or under-deliver. The company's values include being fully transparent, and they have a full commitment to delivering what they tell their clients. Clients benefit from the employees' work ethic, as they perform extensive due diligence for them and study shipping market cycles and the global economy to execute against projected returns.
As for the future of Delos, there are plans to diversify its portfolio of sale leasebacks by many different vessel types, such as tankers, dry bulk, cruise, and containers. Ship leasing will be very focused on the next generation of environmentally friendly vessels for the next 10-20 years. Owners and lessors will be focused on dual fuel vessels that are energy efficient and burn low-carbon footprint fuels.
Delos can provide a company bespoke merchant banking services, including investing alongside management, management recapitalizations, acquisition financing and financing and acquisition advice. Delos has been instrumental in the IPO of a NASDAQ-listed shipping company, and has bought and sold over 58 vessels since inception.
In the strategies of financial reconstruction, Delos also participates in distressed asset sales and acquisition. This will lead to evaluating strategies for enhancing the value of their maritime property. This process will actually involve bankruptcy and the transaction will be strategically aligned with the client's goals so that value of the property will be more attractive. Delos is also looking for long term sale leasebacks. This process includes selling the maritime property to someone and then leasing back to the client for a certain period of time. All of this is done based on bankruptcy and corporate legal guidelines and can also involve the client's financial strategies surrounding their property.
In Delos Shipping's maritime endeavors they have innovatively grown and helped a number of their clients with purchases, delivery, investments, and financial reconstruction. Through these services, Delos has become one of the top shipping companies and have become a leader in maritime investments and banking.
SOURCE: Delos Shipping
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