Anthony Veder takes four gas tankers from L.G.R.

Anthony Veder takes four gas tankers from L.G.R.

Anthony Veder has purchased all four gas tankers from L.G.R. di Navigazione, further rejuvenating its fleet.

The 4,000 cu m semi pressurized/fully refrigerated gas carriers Castel Dell’ Ovo (2007) and Castello Di Gradara (2009) have already been commercially managed by Anthony Veder since early 2015 and they will be delivered to Anthony Veder in the coming months. They will be renamed Coral Medusa and Coral Monactis respectively. The 8,000 cu m ethylene carriers Castel Nuovo (2009) and Castel Sant’ Elmo (2009) are expected to be delivered to Anthony Veder shortly after that, after leaving the Lauritzen Kosan Pool. They will be renamed Coral Pearl and Coral Patula.

Jan Valkier, Anthony Veder’s CEO: “We are very happy with this transaction since it ties in perfectly with our long term strategy to continuously improve the efficiency and the flexibility of the services we provide to our customers.”

The vessels will trade in Northwest Europe, in Anthony Veder’s pool of gas tankers.

Jason Jiang

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