China Shipyards Deliver Two More Bulkers

Press Release
Friday, April 19, 2013

COSCO Corporation (Singapore) say a bulk carrier has been delivered from each of its two subsidiary shipyards in China.

The two deliveries are as follows:

1. COSCO (Zhoushan) Shipyard Co., Ltd has delivered a bulk carrier of 57,000 dwt, “OCEAN LOVE”, to its European buyer. This ship measures 189.99 meters in LOA and 32.26 meters in breadth.

2. COSCO (Dalian) Shipyard Co., Ltd has delivered a bulk carrier of 82,000 dwt, “XIN TANG SHAN HAI 1”, to its Chinese buyer. This new  bulk carrier measures 229 meters in LOA  and 32.26 meters in breadth.

The company stattes that the delivery documents were signed by and between COSCO shipyards and the respective buyers recently.

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