Turkey: Palmali Sends Third Tanker of Armada Type on Maiden Voyage

The third tanker of Armada type built by Besiktas Shipyard in Yalova, Turkey, named Lerik, has sailed from the Shipyard on August 26, 2011.

The vessel has sailed for her maiden voyage to load 6500 mts of fuel oil at port of Taganrog (Russia) with destination to one safe port of Marmara Sea.

Palmali Shipping is committed to providing a professional ship management service in a competent cost effective manner, in order to meet the requirements of its customers as well as discharging its responsibilities towards its employees, the public and the environmental protection.

Source: Palmali, August 29, 2011.

 

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