TOS Delivers Tug for Paraguayan Client

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Tuesday, January 14, 2014
TOS ship delivery GF Humaita

TOS conducted its first ship delivery for a client based in Paraguay. The GF Humaita has been purchased by a client in Singapore and will be delivered to Uruguay, Montevideo. The tug left Singapore in the beginning of December 2013. Last weekend the tug had a stop-over for bunkering in Cape Town, South Africa.

“Some years ago TOS advised the client on the delivery of a pusher. Our contact person was very pleased about the advice which resulted in the ship delivery request of the GF Humaita in 2013.” said Ronald van der Kolk, Manager Division Ship Management. A TOS captain and crew took care of all the technical and nautical issues and prepared the vessel for the ship delivery voyage, including St. Vincent flag state audits. Due to two tropical cyclones the tug has changed its track twice to achieve maximum safety and crew comfort and minimum fuel consumption. The GF Humaita sails under full TOS management and with a TOS crew.

TOS has become a world known specialist in this line of work: delivering all type of ships worldwide. Maritime services including crewing solutions for shipping, offshore, inland shipping and dredging is the core business of TOS. Visit the ship delivery page for more information about our services.

Source: TOS

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