BSM to Manage Thenamaris' New LNG Carriers

Press Release
Thursday, October 18, 2012

Bernhard Schulte Shipmanagement (BSM) gets contract to manage three TFDE 160,000 cu m capacity LNGC's.

The vessels are due for delivery from Samsung Heavy Industries Co Ltd, Korea, in 2013, following which BSM will be responsible for the technical management, and supply of deck and engine personnel for the yet to be named fleet.

“We are delighted to welcome Thenamaris LNG Inc. as a client” commented David Furnival, Chief Operating Officer of BSM, “Our mission is to assist responsible and demanding clients in achieving their business objectives through our professionalism, dedication, enthusiasm and responsiveness, and that’s exactly what we’ll provide to Thenamaris LNG Inc.”, Mr Furnival continued.
 

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