COSCO Guangdong Delivers Final Livestock Carrier to Vroon

Image Courtesy: Vroon

Gudali Express, the seventh and the last livestock carrier built at COSCO Guangdong Shipyard in China, has been delivered to its owner, the Dutch shipping company Vroon. 

The vessels are designed to have a cargo capacity of approximately 4,600 sqm and a cruising range of 18,000 NM.

The ships are fitted with animal welfare services that exceed Australian (AMSA) regulations.

The Gudali Express features a length of 134.8 meters and a width of 19.6 meters.

The 5,225 dwt vessel has a gross tonnage of 10.421 tons.

The keel for the Gudali Express was laid in September 2015.

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