Wagenborg delivers cascos to Rotterdam

Wagenborg delivers cascos to Rotterdam

Over the past weekend, maritime logistics company Wagenborg’s vessel Aragonborg arrived in the Port of Rotterdam with a deck cargo of cascos. The project cargo was loaded in China mid-September.

Aragonborg was chartered for the job by NEPA Shipping that was also responsible for the engineering, loading of the hulls in China, sea transport as well as discharging in Rotterdam for its client, Zeeland Maritime Services.

NEPA Shipping confirmed that the project cargo was delivered to Rotterdam via the Northern Sea Route. Zeeland Maritime Services, a Dutch shipbuilder, will now take over the construction of the two vessels at its yard in Wemeldinge with finishing works.

Photo source: Zeeland Maritime Services

The two hulls delivered onboard the Aragonborg were lifted on Monday morning, October 25, with a Bonn & Mees  floating crane and placed on the water. The 86-metre long vessels are built on behalf of Ceelandia Scheepvaart that is focusing on expanding its fleet. The product tankers feature stainless steel cargo tanks, Zeeland Maritime Services noted in a brief statement.

Author: Adnan Bajic

1 comment op “Wagenborg delivers cascos to Rotterdam”

Martyn Benson|26.10.21|11:35

Casco is not an English word.
Indeed, I wouldn’t even call these unfitted hulls ‘project cargo’.
These are simply unfitted boat hulls (craft).

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