Daitoh Trading Tied to Orders for Five Tankers

Japanese shipping company Daitoh Trading has been linked to orders for five chemical/product tankers with compatriot builders.

According to data provided by Intermodal, the company has placed an order for three 16,000 dwt vessels with Japan’s Fukuoka Shipbuilding, and for an additional two units with the shipbuilder’s subsidiary Usuki Shipyard.

The three tankers are scheduled for delivery during the period from 2020 to 2021, while the two units from Usuki Shipyard would join their owner in 2019.

The company did not unveil any financial details related to the tankers, which will feature 16,000 dwt, respectively.

World Maritime News Staff

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