SeaLead Shipping announces a change in its ownership structure and has now secured its position as the 16th largest container carrier globally.

Dear Valued Customer.


SeaLead Shipping Singapore – 16th Feb 2024 announced a change in its ownership structure and a management transition, reflecting a strategic move aimed at reinforcing its market position and enhancing operational and commercial capabilities.

Introduction to New Ownership

Effective immediately, the ownership of SeaLead has transitioned to a group of investors, comprising:

  • Eurasia Capital: a Singapore-registered equity and debt multi-purpose fund that invests in multiple geographies across various sectors. With an in-depth understanding of diverse industries, including expertise in the maritime and logistics industry, they strive to identify attractive investments across the maritime value chain.
  • HCP Investments: a Mauritius-based fund that invests across equities, debt notes, performance loans, derivatives as well as distressed assets across various markets and industries and with a target market includes Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, UAE and other GCC countries.
  • Access Capital Funds: a Cayman Islands-registered fund that employs multi-asset investment strategies across sectors and geographies.
  • Saral Incorp. VCC SubFund: a Mauritius-registered fund that employs multi-asset investment strategies across sectors and geographies.


For reference, this change in ownership is officially recorded in the ACRA (Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority) registry, the authoritative body in Singapore, SeaLead’s country of legal incorporation.

As part of the new ownership structure, a Board of Directors will be set up to represent the interests of the new owners in overseeing SeaLead. This board will be instrumental in providing strategic oversight and ensuring that SeaLead’s operations align with the new owners’ long-term goals. Further details about the Board of Directors, including its composition and specific responsibilities, will be announced in due course.

The transition to new ownership is driven by SeaLead’s consistent performance and potential for further development in the container shipping industry. The new ownership aligns with SeaLead’s strategic objectives, aiming to leverage the company’s growth trajectory through enhanced governance and access to global capital markets.


SeaLead Shipping

Since its inception as a specialised feeder operator in the Middle East in 2017, SeaLead has undergone remarkable growth. With headquarters in Dubai and Singapore, the company specialises in container shipping and has secured its position as the 16th largest container carrier globally, according to Alphaliner. For detailed information about SeaLead’s shipping services, please explore their website: SeaLead – Global container shipping line (


SAE Weekly Service:

The SAE (Sino Australia Express) service offers a weekly direct shipping connection between Australia’s east coast and China, which facilitates fast transit times to various key Chinese ports, including Qingdao, Shanghai, Nansha, and Shekou. SeaLead stands out for offering the fastest transit time to Qingdao within the Australian liner shipping market.

The weekly service also provides extensive coverage across the globe with transhipment options, giving importers and exporters more flexibility in their trade operations.


SeaLead scope now includes the following:

From/To Australia:

  • Northeast Asia
  • Southeast Asia
  • Indian subcontinent
  • Middle East Gulf
  • East & North Africa
  • Mediterranean (Intra Med)
  • South America


Kind Regards

Nautical Commercial Team


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