Dimitris Cambis

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February 26, 2013 - Dimitris Cambis, President at Athene consulting house sa , 6, Vassilissis Sofias Ave. GR-10674 Athens, Greece +30 210 7263300 +30 210 7263399 ach@ach.gr

Dimitris Cambis bought eight very large crude carriers, or VLCCs to carry Middle East crude to Asia, flatly denied doing any business with Tehran or running clandestine shipments of its oil to China He denied his vessels have loaded oil from Iran while at anchor in the Gulf. Known as ship-to-ship transfers, or STS, such movements are hard to track as crews can switch off tracking beacons or not update their recorded positions for periods to conceal that one vessel has come alongside another. Could be fronting for NITC.

Vessels connected to Dimitris are: <sort> Leycothea - IMO 9183934 Glaros - IMO 9077850 Nereyda - IMO 9011246 Ocean Nymph - IMO 9180281 Seagull - IMO 9107655 Zap - IMO 9005235 Ocean Performer - IMO 9013749 Ulysses I - IMO 9177155 </sort> Owner:

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