Deval family have been in maritime business more than centuries. They have internationally and domestically shipped many commodities, commerce international cargoes and mostly had worked together with The Ottoman Navy in the past. It can be said that it was founded in 19th Century in Turkey.

  • MV Mert Deval sold to an Egyptian ship-owner.

  • MV Alican Deval sold to a Russian ship-owner.

  • Two sister Turkish built ships of 6500 DWT MV Mert Deval and MV Alican Deval bought.

    MV ALICAN DEVAL IS PASSING THE BOSPORUS STRAIT
    LADEN MV MERT DEVAL SOUTHBOUND BOSPHORUS STRAIT
  • 1987 Turkish built 6388 DWT MV Haydar Deval joint to the fleet.

    MV HAYDAR DEVAL IS AWAITING BERTHING
  • 1977 Turkish built 1800 DWT MV Alican Deval purchased.

    MV ALICAN DEVAL IS CARRIYING CARS ON DECK
  • Captain Ali Haydar and his sons bought 1967 built 1180 DWT MV Kaptan Naci Deval.

    LADEN MV KAPTAN NACI DEVAL IS TRANSSITING THE BOSPORUS STRAIT
  • Captain Ali Haydar and his three sons established new company and launched new building of 750 DWT MV Hikmet Deval at Haliç Shipyard/Istanbul.

    Fully loaded MV Hikmet Deval anchored at Marmara Sea
  • Captain Ismail retired and his son Captain Ali Haydar Deval already took over and sold his share on SS Beyhan.

    Captain Ali Haydar Deval 1924-1999
  • Captain Ismail firstly sold the two wooden ships and bought 800 DWT SS Beyhan steel ship.

  • Haci Osman, captain Hasan and his son captain Ismail Hakki Deval kept continued to shipping and international commerce.

    Captain Ismail Hakki Deval 1896-1964
  • Captain Hasan son of Haci Osman together built up company by ordering new built two wooden ships, which were about 100 mt DWT each. They were Turkish built and named as SS Pilevne and SS Balina.

    Captain Hasan 1876-1957
  • Haci Osman, who was born in 1847 also joint to the business as son of Dev Ali Hasan. This also started forming family-owned business.

  • Mustafa Efendi and his son Dev Ali Hasan commenced shipping business with wooden ships.