dship Carriers expand fleet with MV Stevie
dship Carriers has brought reinforcement to its fleet with the addition of a new vessel. With a deadweight of 12,652 metric tons, MV Stevie features two cranes with a combined lifting capacity of up to 300 metric tons.
The vessel is set to serve dship’s clients in all major industry segments such as oil and gas, floating cargo, and renewable energy, worldwide, the company said in a statement on Monday.
In the past year, dship has added several modern vessels, making it one of the fastest but strategically growing shipping companies in the market. In February, the company has taken delivery of its newbuild, the eco-friendly F-500 type MV Charlie.
It has also secured additional tonnage in the second hand market with the acquisition of Brattingsborg (built in 2010), Billesborg (built in 2011) and Ellensborg (built in 2011) of the Danish shipping company Weco Projects. The ships built by the Chinese Sanfu Shipyard have a similar capabilities to MV Stevie with a DWT of 12,580 tons and two cranes each for maximum loads of 300 MT in combined operation.
The Brattingsborg is part of dship’s fleet already and the other two vessels will enter service in the third or fourth quarter 2022.
dship’s sustainable growth is the result of a young, experienced and excellently trained team of highly motivated shipping personnel developing sophisticated solutions for even the most demanding client requirements.