- Parcel Tankers: Operates the fleet in US Gulf, Asia/Pacific and Europe. Ships with cargo capacities ranging from 22,000 dwt to 44,000 dwt.
- Chemical Tankers: Operates the fleet in US Gulf, Latin America, part of Africa, the Middle East, Asia and Europe. Ships with cargo capacities ranging from 19,000 dwt to 46,000 dwt.
- Rhine River Services: Barges specialized in the transportation of bulk-liquid chemicals and related products serve the Rhine River and its tributaries, covering the entire North-West European waterway network. The fleet consists of 34 stainless steel and coated inland tankers, with capacities ranging from 850 dwt to 4,000 dwt.
- Inter Europe Service: Regular service to North West Europe, UK East and West Coast, German North Sea and Southern Scandinavia, Bay of Biscay, the Iberian Peninsula and the Mediterranean Sea. The fleet consists of 20 fully stainless steel, double hull, high-spec chemical tankers, with cargo capacities ranging from 4,200 dwt to 5,900 dwt.
- Asia Pacific Service: Round voyage service between South-East Asia and North-East Asia, and from South-East Asia and North-East Asia to Australia/New Zealand, India and Pakistan; voyage frequency varies from monthly to four sailings a month, depending on the trade route. The fleet consists of 12 ships, IMO type 2/3, with fully stainless steel capacity ranging from 11,000 dwt to 13,000 dwt.
- Inter Asia Service: Voyage service in North East Asia, mainly South Korea, Japan to China/Taiwan. The fleet consists of three stainless steel ships, ship size is 4,000dwt. Mainly serving as the extension of deep ease vessels to destinations with dead weight restrictions or in-transit cargo restrictions.
- Inter Caribbean Service: Regular service to all markets in the Gulf of Mexico/Caribbean Sea, including the north coast of South America. Three to four ships featuring stainless steel and coated cargo space, with capacities ranging 8,500 dwt to 12,000 dwt.
- Stoltchem: A joint-venture with Sinochem providing coastwise chemical transportation service in China. The growing fleet of seven stainless ships features capacities ranging from 3,200 dwt to 3,700 dwt.