Samsung Deliver Suezmax Tanker to Concordia Maritime

Press Release
Tuesday, July 03, 2012

Suezmax tanker 'Stena Supreme'  delivered to Sweden's Concordia Shipping by Samsung Heavy Industries of Geoje, South Korea

The Stena Supreme is a crude oil tanker and with a length of 274 m, largest vessel in Concordia Maritime’s fleet. The vessel, represents an investment of around SEK 500
million, will be employed in the open market via the Stena Sonangol Suezmax Pool.

With the delivery, Concordia Maritime’s fleet consists of one crude oil tanker, ten P-MAX product tankers (65,000 dwt) and two Panamax tankers (75,000 dwt) in which the company has a 50% share.

Data for the Stena Supreme:
Length: 274 metres, Beam: 48 metres, Deadweight: 158,700 tons


 

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