Tetra Maritime is a leading Nigerian ship owner and operator, providing comprehensive and tailor-made solutions across the oil and gas supply chain, including upstream, midstream, and downstream.
With a fleet of Nigerian-flagged vessels operating across the African continent, and a strategic partnership with Union Maritime, a UK-based ship owner with global acclaim, we are committed to delivering end-to-end logistics solutions to our clients.
Established in 2007 as Beta Shipping, we have evolved to become a premier provider of marine logistics solutions in the Nigerian oil and gas sector, striving to meet and exceed client expectations through the implementation of best practices.
Our vision is to be the premier destination for all-in-one marine logistics solutions in the Nigerian oil and gas sector, delivering optimal returns to all stakeholders while remaining socially responsible.
IMO: 9341380 | DWT: 12,279 | Build: 2007
IMO: 9254070 | DWT: 47,015 | Build: 2003
IMO: 9289764 | DWT: 44,999 | Build: 2006
Tetra Maritime now has seven international-quality vessels under the Nigerian flag. Further strengthening our commitment to the sustainable development of the Nigerian maritime sector.
Corporate Social Responsibility
Tetra Maritime is dedicated to the sustainable development of the Nigerian maritime sector, as evident in our contributions to the artisanal boating industry and the regulatory bodies in Lagos State, Nigeria.
Tetra Maritime is striving to create a positive social impact in Nigeria by providing opportunities in the maritime sector.
Our sister company, Goodwork Marine Services Nigeria Limited, exemplifies our commitment to the training, development, and employment of Nigerian seafarers.
We have donated hundreds of high-quality life jackets to the sector at the artisanal, state, and federal government levels.
Fair Labour Practices
Goodwork is the largest private crewing company in West Africa and currently has a total of 596 Nigerians in their pool of seafarers, 176 Nigerian officers of different cadres, 383 ratings, and 37 deck and engine cadets.
Tetra established strong relationships in the Nigerian maritime sector and continue to innovate ways to enhance the experience for Nigerian stakeholders.
We aim to double this number within the next five years and are confident that with the support of NIMASA, we will achieve this goal.