Largest Bunker Tanker Launched

Wednesday, June 17, 2009

According to a June 17 report from The Business Times, Singapore launched the world's largest purpose-built bunker tanker by Hong Lam Marine. The 22,000 deadweight tonne tanker Spectrum, which was launched at Marina at Keppel Bay on June 16 and immediately put into service, is a collaboration between Hong Lam and Toyota Tsusho Corp (TTC). The tanker is estimated to have cost $30m.

(Source: The Business Times)

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