Second Product Tanker Delivered by Aker Philadelphia

Tuesday, June 26, 2007
Aker Philadelphia Shipyard delivered the second vessel in an up to 16 ship order of product tankers as the 600-ft. long MT46 Veteran Class Overseas Long Beach was transferred to American Shipping Corporation, a subsidiary of Aker American Shipping. The vessel joins its sister vessel, the Overseas Houston, in American Shipping Corporation's fleet of modern, double hull product tankers for charter in the Jones Act market. The Overseas Long Beach is chartered to a subsidiary of Overseas Shipholding Group, Inc. (OSG) who will put the vessel into service for BP. In the coming days, the Overseas Long Beach will sail to the Gulf of Mexico leaving the three other product tankers currently under construction at the yard. The next tanker is scheduled for delivery near year's end.

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