Hual Takes Delivery Of Carolita And Transporter

Monday, August 02, 1999
Hual AS, one of the largest operators within international car transportation, has accepted delivery of the second and third ships in a series of six; the first, Hual Trader was sent by Daewoo Heavy Industries this past December. The second and third ships, Hual Carolita and Hual Transporter, were delivered by Tsuneishi Shipbuilding, Japan; and Gdynia Shipyard, Poland, respectively, last May. Boasting almost identical specifications, the series of 21,400-dwt ships features a length of 656 ft. (200m), and a speed of about 20 knots. Each of the vessels include room for 6,200 standard sized cars or a mix of lorries, cars and construction machinery.
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