Prisco Launches Tanker

Monday, July 16, 2007
On July 11 Prisco launched the second Suezmax type ship named Prisco Alcor. A 16,600 dwt tanker is under construction at Hyundai Heavy Industries Shipyard in South Korea. Just two months remain before delivery of the vessel. During this period HHI will lead completion of the tanker’s outfit and carry out sea trials of the newbuilding. Prisco yard-team’s specialists provide inspections of the assembling of the tanker and acceptance of the equipment. Such careful control on each step of the construction can warrant high quality of the vessel and consequently her further safe operation. When Prisco Alcor be delivered the aggregate deadweight of the company’s fleet will total 1,2 min tons.
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