|Fednav welcomes new handysize ship|
|Thursday, 25 August 2016 15:04|
Canadian bulk shipowner Fednav has received delivery of a new handysize carrier, the ‘Federal Caribou’.
The vessel is one of seven new vessels equipped with a ballast water treatment system – a first for the Great Lakes, according to Fednav.
The 'Caribou' is part of a series of 16 Handysize vessels, representing an investment of more than US$400 million, designed specifically for the Great Lakes.
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