Hellespont Opts for Navig8 Pool

Press Release
Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Hamburg-based Hellespont Group has agreed with Navig8 Chemicals to enter four IMO2 tankers into the Brizo8 Pool. The ships in question are the Hellespont Centurion, Hellespont Challenger, Hellespont Charger and Hellespont Chieftain. All are 17,000dwt, built in 2009 and 2010 and are managed by Hamburg-based Hellespont Ship Management GmbH & Co KG. Hellespont has also time chartered two 2010-built 17,000dwt IMO2 tankers, Hellespont Commander and Hellespont Crusader, for one/option one year to Ardmore Shipping Ltd of Ireland.

Phrixos Papachristidis, managing director of parent company Hellespont Deutschland GmbH & Co KG, says, “We are pleased with the charters and pooling arrangements with Ardmore and Navig8 and look forward to working with both companies.”

 

Source: Hellespont

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