MISC Orders New Tankers

Wednesday, April 19, 2006
Malaysian shipper MISC Bhd. confirmed an order for four chemical tankers from South Korea's STX Shipbuilding Co. Ltd. No pricing details were released, but it is said that the tankers were of 38,000 DWT each, for delivery in 2009. Source: Dow Jones

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