James Fisher Everard
James Fisher Everard charters James Fisher's fleet of double hulled, product tankers from 3,000 to 11,000 metric tons capacity.
James Fisher Everard has been chartering tankers for over 50 years. The company handles James Fisher's vessels trading routes along the European coastline carrying petrol, diesel, kerosene and biofuels. Since 2000, James Fisher Everard (JFE) has chartered more than 34,000 voyages, carrying in excess of 70 million tons (84 billion litres) of petroleum product. This achievement has been undertaken without a single litre spilled to water or death to staff. This outstanding HSE record places the company in the top 10 vessel operating companies in the world and the best in Europe.
James Fisher's fleet of tankers are technically managed in-house by James Fisher Shipping Services, which provides a professional and sophisticated technical and crewing management service.
James Fisher Everard has recently received recognition for the refuelling of HMS Queen Elizabeth – the lead ship of the Queen Elizabeth-class of aircraft carriers in the UK Royal Navy - during initial North Sea trials.
The vessel was refuelled twice during initial trails at sea to avoid gridlock in the small port town of Invergordon, Scotland. The 65,0000-tonne aircraft carrier, HMS Queen Elizabeth requires over 4,000,000 litres of fuel to meet power requirements for the ship. The scale of re-fuelling requirements meant that:
"Road tankers were not a practical solution, instead the decision was taken to charter two British-crewed coastal tankers from James Fisher Everard"
Said Andy Scraggs, Royal Navy, Logistics and Infrastructure Division
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Modern Slavery Act
James Fisher has a zero-tolerance approach to any form of modern slavery and is committed to acting in an ethical manner and with integrity and transparency in its business dealings. The Slavery and Human Trafficking Statement outlines the steps taken by the James Fisher group of companies in the financial year ending 31 December 2016 to ensure that slavery and human trafficking is not taking place within any part of our business or within our supply chains.
Read James Fisher's Slavery and Human Trafficking Statement 2016.