Odfjell Expands Fleet

Friday, June 30, 2006
Odfjell has bought M/T "Giada D" from Italian owners. The vessel is built in 1996 at Chantiere Navale de Poli, Italy and she is 10,115 dwt with stainless steel cargo tanks. The change of ownership will take place in 3rd Quarter 2006. Further, Odfjell has entered into a long-term time-charter agreement with purchase option for a vessel of 33.000 dwt with stainless steel cargo tanks. The ship will be built at Kitanihon Shipyard, Japan, and will be owned by Yuyo Steamship Co Ltd, Japan. Delivery of the newbuilding will be 3rd Quarter 2009. This agreement will bring the Odfjell-controlled Japanese deep-sea time-charter vessels on order to a total of 16 units, including five vessels from Ahrenkiel. In addition to this Odfjell has 10 newbuildings on order, and options for another 6 ships.

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