Shipping is the pillar of global trade and remains the most efficient mode of transportation for bulk commodities.

Taylor Maritime Investments Limited

We are an investment company with a diversified portfolio of 31 vessels (including vessels both acquired and vessels contracted to acquire and/or sell) in the geared Handysize and Supramax segments of the global shipping sector.

We listed on the premium segment of the London Stock Exchange in May 2021, with an investment objective to deliver stable, growing income and potential for capital growth.

Nav per share
$1.74/132.24p
at 31 march 2022
nav return per share
10-12%
target net total return per annum
21/04/2022
Quarterly NAV Announcement, Publication of Factsheet and Post 31 March Trading Update
15/12/2021
Interim Results Statement for the Period 31 March 2021 to 30 September 2021
Our People
Our Executive Team & Independent Board bring decades of shipping experience and knowledge of owning and managing global shipping fleets and also of governing listed Investment Companies.
 
Sustainability
TMI is a responsible corporate citizen and we are committed to integrating environmental, social and governance factors into our investment and management processes. We aim to actively engage with our shareholders to achieve our collective ESG responsibilities and ambitions.

A Compelling Investment Opportunity

We operate a fleet of Geared Handysize and Supramax vessels. These are some of the smallest and most flexible vessels in the global shipping fleet – they are often called the workhorses of the sea.

Due to their smaller size and shallow draught, as well as having their own loading equipment, these vessels are able to operate in most ports across the world, making them extremely versatile and attractive.

Our Handysize vessels carry a variety of dry bulk cargo, primarily necessity goods such as food and basic building materials.

Why Shipping?

90% of all international trade by volume is carried in ships. We believe that shipping represents an investment opportunity as it is and will remain the most efficient mode of transportation for bulk commodities. With growing global demand– particularly for basic necessity commodities, such as those carried by our vessels – driven by GDP growth, combined with limited availability of shipyard capacity to build new Handysize vessels, and uncertainty around future vessel design, we do not expect a significant uptick in new ship supply for the foreseeable future. This supports an attractive multi-year outlook for our chosen Geared dry bulk market.