Caspian Shipping Co.    



M Rasulzade St. 5

Baku, AZ-1005


Company description

Transportation: Maritime transport of crude oil and oil products, general and bulk cargoes, containers and vehicles in the Caspian and Black Sea, Baltic and Mediterranean; operation of railroad passenger ferries in the Caspian Sea; maintenance and repair of ships

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News and information about Caspian Shipping Co.

AZERBAIJAN - The Kazakh Contribution.
APS Review Oil Market Trends; July 14, 2008; 586 words
...Bryza to an energy conference in Baku in June 2006 (see this week's DT in down3AzerWho'sJuly14-08). The Caspian Shipping Co. in Azerbaijan (Caspar) was to be a key factor in this area, with almost 40 tankers carrying small volumes...
Caspian Shipping: Russia Cranks Up Environmental Pressure On Tankers.
NEFTE Compass; July 26, 2006; 565 words
...through the operation of the giant Tengiz field in Kazakhstan, has required Caspian shippers such as Azerbaijan's Caspian Shipping Co. (Caspar) to upgrade their fleets to meet the company's vetting and hull requirements, according to Kjell...
Cross Caspian: Kazak Producers Map Out Western Export Route.(ship routes)
NEFTE Compass; October 30, 2002; 700+ words
...The producers group says it is willing to work with the owner of the Mercury-2, AzerbaijanAEs state-owned Caspian Shipping Co. (Caspar), and the government of Azerbaijan, to improve their fleet. Of course, there is an economic incentive...
Black Day: Caspian Oil Ferry Capsizes Off Baku.(Brief Article)
NEFTE Compass; October 23, 2002; 291 words
...Mercury-2, described by industry sources as a "very, very old ship," and owned by Azerbaijan's state-owned Caspian Shipping Co., was carrying the oil in rail tankcars when it capsized in heavy seas. The oil, which was loaded at the Kazak...

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Industry information

NAICS codes 
North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) codes are used to classify businesses for the purpose of collecting statistical data related to the U.S. economy. NAICS codes have been assigned to international companies to help organize all companies by type of activity.  

Primary: 483111 - Deep Sea Freight Transportation

336611 - Ship Building and Repairing

483113 - Coastal and Great Lakes Freight Transportation

483212 - Inland Water Passenger Transportation

488510 - Freight Transportation Arrangement

561599 - All Other Travel Arrangement and Reservation Services


SIC codes 
Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) codes classify establishments by their primary type of activity. SIC codes are a U.S. Census Bureau system but can apply to international companies.  

Primary: 4412 - Deep Sea Foreign Transportation of Freight industry report

3731 - Ship Building and Repairing industry report

4424 - Deep Sea Domestic Transportation of Freight industry report

4482 - Ferries industry report

4729 - Arrangement of Passenger Transportation, NEC industry report

4731 - Arrangement of Transportation of Freight and Cargo industry report