|Nevsky Shipyard launches dry cargo vessel ‘Zhibek Zholy’|
|Thursday, 14 July 2016 18:02|
Nevsky Shipyard has launched the single-deck dry cargo vessel ‘Zhibek Zholy’ for Kazakhstan-based KTZ Express Shipping.
The ‘Zhibek’s’ overall length is 139.95 metres, and has a beam of 16.70 metres. The vessel’s depth is 6.0 metres.
The Volga-Don max vessel features a 52-metre middle hold and has a cargo capacity of 10,920 cubic metres.
The design was developed by JSC.
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