Algoma and CSL order methanol-ready self-unloaders

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The latest shipowners joining the growing number ready to explore methanol fueling are Canada’s Algoma Central Corporation and CSL Group. Two of four jointly designed, 72,250 DWT newbuild ships have been ordered by Algoma and the two others by CSL. The commercial partners have an option to build an additional two vessels.  The CSL International Pool placed its order with Jiangsu Yangzi-Mitsui Shipbuilding (YAMIC) in China for four new methanol-ready Kamsarmax-based ocean belt self-unloading vessels. These new ships will replace the pool’s oldest vessels and become the model for its next generation of ocean self-unloaders.

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