By David Kershaw2020-05-18T15:10:00+01:00
The bridge deck section of Royal Wagenborg’s newbuild EasyMax 2-type multipurpose vessel has been installed at the Royal Niestern Sander shipyard in the Netherlands.
The vessel will be the second EasyMax-type ship in Wagenborg’s fleet. The first, Egbert Wagenborg, was delivered in 2017.
The ship will measure 149.95 m in length and have a hold volume of 625,000 cu ft (17,698 cu m).
United Wind Logistics (UWL) has taken delivery of the newbuild vessel BraveWind.
With a current orderbook of 63 vessels, there is little appetite for investment from the multipurpose shipping sector – a trend that has been ongoing for some time and is unlikely to change in the near future.
Italy’s Fortune International Transport has loaded a high-pressure separator at the port of Marghera in Venice.
Germany’s Hamburg Port Authority (HPA) and Tanger Med Port Authority in Morocco have signed a letter of intent to form a partnership.
Innovez One has signed a multi-year contract with HHH Marine, a Singapore-based launch and supply boat operator, to digitise its fleet operations.
Logistics Plus has established a dedicated air charter division based in Houston, Texas.
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