About Hartman

Hartman Seatrade, a Dutch shipping company located in the fishing port of Urk, specializes in transporting non-containerized project cargo, heavy lift, offshore wind farm components and dry bulk cargoes. Our modern multi-purpose vessels (MPP vessels) are equipped with cranes, roro ramps, and specialized equipment to handle diverse cargoes. With extensive experience in heavy and oversized cargo transportation, we have earned a reputation for safe and reliable services worldwide.

We take great pride in our partnership with Amasus as our trusted charterer. Amasus has demonstrated exceptional expertise in the field of chartering, and their professionalism and commitment to excellence have been instrumental in ensuring the smooth and efficient operations of our fleet.

We prioritize sustainability and eco-friendliness, continuously exploring innovative technologies and fuel-efficient practices to reduce our carbon footprint and enhance operational efficiency. Our dedicated team of experienced professionals is committed to providing high-quality, personalized transportation solutions that cater to our customers’ unique requirements.

Kantoor Hartman Seatrade

About us

Hartman Seatrade is a modern shipping company located in Urk with a young and enthusiastic team leading the way. Our skilled and dedicated crew members are committed to ensuring the safety and security of our clients’ cargo.

Our company values close involvement, dedication, and reliability above all else. We work closely with our charterer and clients to build strong relationships and provide exceptional service.

Our experienced crew members take great pride in their work and are passionate about providing safe and efficient transport for our clients’ goods. We believe that investing in the ongoing development and wellbeing of our crew members is crucial to our success as a company.

History

The roots of Hartman Seatrade date back to the year 1775. On 26 September 1775, “Jurjen Jans Hartman” son of Jan Lambertus Hartman was born. Both were recorded as “skipper”.  On this the base of Hartman Seatrade is established.

the 7th generation (Jan Hartman) took up the challenge to swap inland navigation for seafaring, as this happened later in life and with a large family we can say that this was a courageous step by a man of strong character, decades of effort and perseverance have resulted in a strong foundation for the 8th generation.

Facts

  • The company’s fleet consists of versatile and highly flexible multi-purpose vessels (MPP vessels) that are equipped with cranes and other specialized equipment to handle various types of cargo.
  • Hartman Seatrade is a family-owned and operated business, which allows the company to maintain a strong sense of tradition, values and customer focus.
  • The company’s commitment to sustainability is reflected in its continuous efforts to reduce its environmental impact, optimize its fleet operations, and promote sustainable and responsible business practices.

Future

Hartman Seatrade boasts a commendable track record of progress and innovation. Even in challenging economic conditions, we have successfully constructed and operated new ships, delivering profitable results. Our vision and approach have led to successful outcomes, and we aim to expand our business gradually by introducing market-based and innovative vessels.

Sustainability remains at the forefront of our priorities, and we are dedicated to further reducing emissions. Our current fleet already exceeds mandatory Energy Efficiency Index requirements, and we are well-prepared to meet the upcoming phase 3 requirements in 2030.

Through our commitment to sustainability and innovation, we envision a promising future for both our business and the environment.

“Involvement, dedication, and trustworthiness are the pillars of our success, and the foundation of our unwavering commitment to excellence.”

Our team

Coby
Coby van Slooten

Finance & management

Hanna Ras

Crew manager

Geertje van Hattum

crew coördinator

Anneke Schenk

crew coördinator

Teele Hartman

Managing director

Evert Goedegebuure

project & Cargo

Bart Schut

Operations & cargo

Jonathan Eikelboom

Chauffeur

Jan Weerstand

Finance

Join our crew

Hartman Seatrade is always looking for dedicated team members

Open positions
52

Countries

7

Vessels

68

Crew members

1650+

Yachts transported