Bulk Carriers Delivered, Contract Awarded, Reports COSCO

Press Release
Wednesday, August 22, 2012

COSCO (Qidong) Offshore wins a US$ 20-million contract for a jack-up barge, & other COSCO subsidiaries deliver bulk carriers.

This jack-up barge for Australian owners will be built to GustoMSC SEA-1250 design and have capacity of 300 tons deck crane and operation in water depth up to 30 meters.

The vessel is scheduled for delivery in eleven months time.

COSCO (Dalian) Shipyard Co., Ltd has delivered a bulk carrier of 92500 DWT, “SIBERIA EXPRESS”, measuring 229.165 meters in LOA, 38.01 meters in breadth and 20.7 meters in depth, to its European buyer.

COSCO (Guangdong) Shipyard Co., Ltd has delivered one bulk carrier of 35000 DWT, “MARINE PRINCE”, measuring 179.99 meters in LOA, 30 meters in breadth and 14.7 meters in depth to its Asian buyer.
 

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