One of the most reliable and well established International Shipbroking Companies, GOLDEN DESTINY provides personalized and value adding services to its worldwide clients and correspondents.
GOLDEN DESTINY was founded in 1994 as an independent Shipbroking entity by Michail D. Kokkinis, a well-known shipbroker with global reputation, former President of the Hellenic Shipbrokers Association and since 1993 Honorary Consul of Poland.
From its contemporary offices on the famous Akti Miaouli, GOLDEN DESTINY renders comprehensive Shipbroking services in all fields of Sale and Purchase, Marine Insurance, Period Chartering, Market Research, Shipping Consulting and Ships' Valuations. The company's commitment to quality was marked in 1998, when GOLDEN DESTINY became the first Shipbroking entity in Piraeus to be certified with ISO 9002. Whilst now the company operates under the updated ISO 9001:2008, certified by Bureau Veritas.
In 2006, following almost two years of market research, and in order to further expand its existing services to its clients, GOLDEN DESTINY established a division specializing in Marine Insurance Broking and Consulting, covering all marine risks and offering reliable and competitive services.
In 2009, GOLDEN DESTINY received the "SHIPBROKER OF THE YEAR" award at the Lloyds List Greek Shipping awards.
In 2011, after more than three years of committed, dedicated, and successful focus towards the Turkish Shipping Industry, GOLDEN DESTINY expanded internationally and established an office in Istanbul, in order to add further value to her clients.
GOLDEN DESTINY is a company that derives her strength through the development of the unity and teamwork among her executives, associates, partners, and clients, towards a mutually beneficial, continuous improving, long-term, sustainable business cooperation, development and growth.
GOLDEN DESTINY from her establishment became a Bimco member and her brokers are members of the Hellenic Shipbrokers association. Furthermore, the company is a member of the Turkish Chamber of Maritime Commerce, the Hellenic Chinese Chamber of Commerce and Industry as well as of the Greek-Latinamerican Business Council.