Japan Tankers Enter MSE For Fix

Friday, April 25, 2003
There are currently two large Japanese-operated tankers, both from International Energy, in for repair at Malaysia's Malaysia Shipyard & Engineering (MSE) - the 299,986 dwt Ibukisan and the 314,026 dwt Asian Progress 11. The yard is also completing two PFSO conversion projects involving the 87,768 dwt Bunga Kertas for Malaysia's Petronas, and the 109,300 dwt Ross Sea for Singapore's Tanker Pacific. Also undergoing general repairs on the yard's Syncrolift are Sealift Industries' 27,750 dwt general cargo vessel Advantage, the 10,480 dwt multi-purpose vessel Bumi Jaya, and Pertamina's 18,127 dwt product tanker Pranedya Quartya.

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