Baku-based shipping company Azerbaijan Caspian Shipping said that it commissioned four 5,490 dwt dry bulk vessels which are expected to start working in the Black and Mediterranean Seas, according to the company.
Featuring a breadth of 16.5 meters, the new vessels were named Poet Vaghif, Poet Sabir, Hussein Javid and General Aslanov.
The bulkers, which were built in Russia, will now become a part of the company’s fleet of eleven ships conducting freight transportation outside the Caspian Sea market.
Azerbaijan Caspian Shipping operates a merchant fleet of 14 dry cargo ships, 34 tankers, 13 ferries and 2 Ro-Ro vessels, data provided by the company show.
The company also owns a fleet of offshore support vessels as well as two shipyards.
World Maritime News Staff