China-built Supramax Delivered to Ugland

Press Release
Wednesday, September 26, 2012
Bulk Carrier 'Isabelita' Photo courtesy of Ugland

'MV Star Norita', a 58,000 dwt supramax bulk carrier named and delivered from Tsuneishi (Zhoushan) Shipbuilding Inc., China.

The vessel is a sister of the recently delivered Isabelita, Bonita and Kristinita of the TESS 58 design. Star Norita is 100% owned by Ugland Shipping AS.

Margrethe Nes Beisland,  wife of Ugland's Managing Director Øystein Beisland, christened the vessel 'Star Norita' which is to join the UBULK Pool and is fixed on a 5-year TC to Grieg Star Shipping AS, Bergen.

Ugland Bulk Transport A/S (UBULK Pool), operates a fleet of modern supramax dry cargo vessels, in sizes between 45,000 and 58,000 dwt.
Each vessel is fitted with extra self-loading/unloading equipment including grabs. In addition, several of the vessels are equipped for the transportation of logs and timber.



 

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