LSC Shipmanagement Receives 3 New Ships

By Aiswarya Lakshmi
Saturday, January 30, 2016
Photo: A/S Latvijas kuģniecība

 In the first half of this year, JSC “Latvijas kugnieciba” subsidiary “LSC Shipmanagement” Ltd (LSCSM) will add three newly built oil and chemical tankers under technical management. 

 
The first of the three ships was delivered on January 11 – the 183 meters long tanker “Elandra Spruce”. The next addition to the fleet is expected in April – the tanker “Elandra Palm”, and in May “Elandra Oak” will be added to the fleet.
 
“We are delighted that the tanker “Elandra Spruce” has been handed over for LSCSM to manage – that attests to the professionalism and skills of our crews and ship management team. We will continue providing highly professional services to our clients in accordance with the highest international safety standards,” emphasizes Robert Kirkup, the Chairman of the Management Board of JSC “Latvijas kugnieciba”. 
 
“Elandra Spruce” is the first of three new ships built by the South Korean based shipbuilding company “SSP SHIPBUILDING”. The tanker is to be used for transportation of oil and chemical products. Her total length overall is 183 meters and deadweight is 50’300 tons.
 

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