Navig8 Expands Fleet with Four Chemical Tankers

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Maritime services provider Navig8 expanded its pools with four chemical tankers in September 2016. 

Navig8 Chemicals took delivery of Navig8 Universe and Navig8 Constellation, which were built in 2013 at Shina SB yard in South Korea. The two 45,352 dwt tankers joined the company’s Chronos8 Pool.

Another chemical tanker, the 19,964 dwt Ece Nur K, built at Turkish Torgem shipyard in 2009, joined the company’s Brizo8 Pool.

The company’s fourth addition was the 25,000 dwt Willard J. The vessel was built in 2016 by Hyundai Mipo Dockyard (HMD) and was delivered to the Navig8’s Delta Pool.

Navig8 Chemicals’ fleet is comprised of 84 vessels, including 14 newbuilds, divided into four pools.

The Brizo8 Pool manages vessels in the 16-21,000 dwt range, and currently comprises 17 tankers.

The company’s Stainless8 Pool manages 14 tankers in the 16-25,000 dwt range.

The third pool, Delta8, is comprised of 35 vessels ranging from 25,000 dwt to 44,000 dwt.

The fourth pool, Chronos8, consists of 18 vessels in the 44-54,000 dwt range.

 

World Maritime News Staff

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