GE Shipping Orders New Tankers

Friday, July 07, 2006
Great Eastern Shipping Company (GE Shipping) has ordered two new building Long Range One (LR1) product tankers from STX Shipbuilding Company, Korea. The vessels, of around 74,500 dwt each, are due for delivery during Q3 FY 2008-09. With this order, the company`s new building orderbook stands at 9 tankers (4 LR1 product tankers and 5 MR product tankers) with an aggregate dwt of 0.52 Mn and 5 OSVs (4 AHTSVs and 1 PSV). Source: IRIS

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