CMF Operates New Barge in Gibraltar Strait

Monday, August 23, 2010

With the aim of giving a better service to its customers, CEPSA Marine Fuels, S.A. has put into place a new barge in Algeciras Bay, providing service for the ports of the Strait.

The double hull barge is the Monte Anaga, which is new building and holds the most advanced technology. It has been specially designed to supply marine products in terms of manoeuvres, pumping rates, automatic blenders, radar soundings and meters.

It segregates up to four different products, two for heavy products and two for lighter ones, providing a great versatility in everyday operations.

The Monte Anaga is 4.335 MT DWT with a pumping rate of 4x250 m3/h for heavy and 2x100 for light products, and with capacity of 3.300 MT for heavy products and 550 MT for lighter ones.

This ship can develop a speed of 11.5 knots complying with all the international regulations required in terms of safety and environmental contamination.

In order to reach CMF’s main objective, its client’s satisfaction, CMF constantly works on finding the best formulas combining its musts: service and quality. This new barge operating in the Gibraltar Strait has come to configure an excellent example of CMF’s formula, guaranteeing the deliver of premium customer service.

www.cepsamarinefuels.com

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