ADNATCO Receives New Bulk Carrier

Friday, October 29, 2010

According to a report on MENAFN - Khaleej Times, the Abu Dhabi National Tanker Co. (ADNATCO) has taken delivery of a new bulk carrier dubbed MV Shah, the first of 15 new vessels to be delivered in the coming year. The 37,000 dwt Hyundai MIPO-built handy-size carrier will reportedly be used to carry sulphur on behalf of ADNOC
(Source: MENA FN.com)

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