UACC Adds More Capacity to Its Chemical Tanker Fleet

United Arab Chemical Carriers (UACC) has added the 45,612 DWT chemical tanker, UACC Manama (ex Bunga Balsam), built 2010 in SLS ShinaSb Shipyard, South Korea to its fleet.

The addition follows  the delivery of UACC Riyadh and UACC Doha.

The UACC Manama joins the company’s Chemical Tanker fleet of already 6 very similar units built in the same yard in 2011, 2012 and 2013.

The UACC’s fleet comprises of 20 vessels, those being 2 IMO II/III MR, 7 Product MRs, 4 Panamax LR1 sister-ships and now 7 IMO 2 chemical MRs, including 5 with tanks fully coated with MarineLine paint.

Press Release, June 20, 2014

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