SNTG orders more vessels

Brice, Andy; Ovrebekk, Hilde
April 2007
ICIS Chemical Business;4/16/2007, Vol. 2 Issue 62, p37
Trade Publication
This article reports that Stolt-Nielsen Transport Group (SNTG) has signed an agreement with SLS Shipbuilding for the creation of four 43,000-deadweight-tonne parcel tankers. The aggregate cost for the four ships is expected to be $340 million, or €253 million, with deliveries planned to take place in 2011 and 2012. The new builds, which will have 24 stainless steel tanks and 15 coated tanks, will follow the same design as the four parcel tankers ordered by SNTG from SLS in October 2006.


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