Qatar Shipping Takes Delivery of Tanker

Friday, January 27, 2006
The Qatar Shipping Co recently took delivery of MT Umlma, the fourth newly built tanker from the series of six 105,000 deadweight ton vessels being constructed by South Korea's Hyundai Shipyard. The tanker was received by Ranjit Singh, Technical Manager, Q-Ship, on behalf of his company at Hyundai's shipyard in Busan. It is reported that they will carry petroleum. New built tonnage is a valuable addition to the Q-Ship fleet expansion program. Source ::: The Peninsula
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