Video: Egbert Wagenborg Discharges 14,000 tons of Salt


Video Courtesy: Royal Wagenborg


On June 12, 2018, the MV Egbert Wagenborg entered the port of Delfzijl to discharge 14.000 tons of salt.

The small Handy bulk carrier, which has a length of 149 meters and a width of 15.9 meters, is owned by Dutch Royal Wagenborg.

Egbert Wagenborg was built at the Netherlands-based Royal Niestern Sander shipyard in 2017.

The EasyMax vessel is an open-top multi-purpose ice-classed vessel with a load capacity of 14,300 tons and a hold capacity of 625,000 cubic feet. The combination of that large load capacity and very low fuel consumption makes this Wagenborg vessel a leader in its segment in terms of sustainability, as explained by the company.

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