International bunkering firm Fratelli Cosulich Group on Tuesday (31 December) announced its acquisition of bunker tanker Emma Consulich for the company’s Singapore operations.
The 8,000 dwt Emma Consulich is built in 2018 and is the sixth company operated bunker tanker delivering fuel at the republic.
The vessels below comprise the Fratelli Cosulich’s Singapore bunkering fleet:
Cecilia Cosulich and Teresa Cosulich were each equipped with a second mass flow meter in September 2019, enabling them ready for dual-grade bunker delivery operations.
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Photo credit: Marine Traffic
Published: 2 January, 2020
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