Italian shipping company adds three product tankers

The handysize product tanker Cielo di Salerno was recently delivered

The total investment is USD 104 million.
With the delivery of the handysize Cielo di Salerno, the d’Amico International Shipping fleet now comprises 51 ships. Delivery of High Wind is expected in the first half of November, while High Challenge will be operative by the start of 2017, the company says.
The 39,000dwt Cielo di Salerno is 184m long and 27.4m wide; the two medium-range ships are 183m long, 32.2m wide and have a load capacity of 50,000dwt. One of the product tankers has already been chartered to an international oil major for three years, and the others will be placed on the spot market, d’Amico International Shipping says.
The three vessels were built with reduced environmental impact, fuel consumption and emissions in mind. Furthermore, the shipping company says, their "great versatility" enables the simultaneous transport of up to nine different types of cargo in one trip thanks to the storage separation and tanker cleaning systems.

d’Amico International Shipping SA, a product tanker specialist and subsidiary of Rome-based d’Amico Società di Navigazione SpA, says it has added three new "eco-ships" built at the Hyundai Vinashin Shipyard Co, Ltd in Vietnam to its fleet: one handysize and two medium-range vessels.

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