Bahri expands fleet with new RoCon vessel
- Saudi Arabia: Wednesday, February 06 - 2013 at 05:50
The National Shipping Comp of Saudi Arabia (Bahri) has taken delivery of its first newly built roll-on/roll-off container (RoCon) vessel from Hyundai MIPO in South Korea, Saudi Gazette has reported. The new ship is the first of six vessels that Bahri contracted Hyundai MIPO to build, it in order to replace the existing vessels and expand in general cargo segment. The new RoCon vessels are specialised in carrying general and project cargo and several other types of RoRo cargo. These vessels are equipped with loading bridge with a capacity of 250 tonnes and heavy lift cranes with a capacity of 240 tonnes enabling them to load different type of goods.
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