Partnerships

We are proud of building long-term
partnerships based on a coorporative
approach to daily business

Career at Ultranav

Ultranav is a privately owned shipping company with presence in 15 countries (United States, Mexico, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Brazil, Chile, Uruguay, Argentina, Denmark, Netherlands, South Africa, Singapore, Philippines and Australia).

We operate in five market segments: oil, gas, dry bulk, coastal trades, towage and offshore, through eleven business units: Ultratank, Ultragas, Cape Tankers, CPT Alliance, Ultrabulk, Horizon, Naviera Transoceánica, Antares Naviera, Ultranav Chile, Ultratug and Wilson Sons Ultratug Offshore.

Operating over 400 vessels and tugs, our fleet includes gas and chemical carriers, tankers for crude oil and clean petroleum products, bulk carriers, feeder containers, multipurpose vessels, harbor tugs, OSVs, AHTSs, pusher tugs, barges and pilot boats.

Through the values of Integrity, Passion, Excellence and Safety, we aim to achieve our mission of being a partner you can trust, who provides efficient and safe maritime transportation services to the mutual benefit of our customers, employees, communities and the environment.

The recruitment process

At Ultranav, we have a clear recruitment philosophy. For every position to be filled, we are looking for the strongest talent and the best fit for our organization.

Our Human Resources team invests time and effort in finding the right match in terms of competencies, experience, personality and culture – just as the candidate invests his or her energy to evaluate us as a prospective employer.

Therefore, we are meticulous and consistent in the process of hiring a new colleague for our teams.

Attract and select appropriate candidates

Develop people and achieve cohensive work teams

Retain talents and crucial people achieving a balance between work and personal life

We are committed to a cleaner future

Ultranav Group

Cape Tankers is part of the large and diversified shipping group Ultranav, founded in Chile in 1960 by Captain Albert von Appen.