Genoa-based international shipping, shipments and logistics company Fratelli Cosulich Group on Sunday (3 April) welcomed the bunker tanker Margherita Cosulich to its Singapore bunkering fleet.
Margherita Cosulich is a 2019-built 7,994 dwt bunkering vessel; she is the sister ship of Emma Cosulich.
The vessel is equipped with two mass flow meters, and ready for dual grade bunker delivery operations.
“She is the sixth bunker tanker in our fleet, purchased with the intention to increase and also improve our fleet profile, by adding a new and modern tanker,” says the company.
Fratelli Cosulich currently has the following bunker tankers operating at Singapore:
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Photo credit: Fratelli Cosulich
Published: 4 April, 2022
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