OW Bunker new vessels

The company OW Bunker is one of the absolute largest suppliers of bunkers. During the last year the company has renewed the fleet of bunker vessels. 12 vessels representing state of the art shall continue, maintain and strengthen OW Bunkers marked position.

Two of the new vessels OW Aalborg and OW Copenhagen operate in Denmark. They make frequent calls at the large bunker station at Prøvestenen. From Prøvestenen the deliver bunkers for the many vessels passing Øresund.

The pictures, from Prøvestenen, are shot on June 30th and July 1st 2008. OW Aalborg and OW Copenhagen can be seen at quay but also OW Atlantic called Prøvestenen quay 1. Besiktas Halland also in service for OW Bunker also called.

All four vessels had Triship as agent. Triship A/S is a partnership between Jørgen Schultz Shipping A/S - Clipper Tankers A/S - Wrist Shipping A/S.

CMP works continuous to improve customer's conditions. Quay 1 has been renovated and the water depth has been increased to 10,0 meters. Before the dredging was set in effect the water depth was 9,5 meters. For other liquid bulk commodities the Oceanpieren (quay 843) has been renovated and to increase capacity a new pier quay 840 has been build. The new quay 840 has a water depth of 11,5 meters. Thereby CMP has a number of possibilities to accommodate customers with modern and efficient terminals.

CMP is well equipped to handle the more than 7,2 million tons of liquid bulk that is handled via our quays and terminals in Copenhagen and Malmö.

OW Atlantic is a tanker 4.341 GT, length 103,20 meters, width 15,32 and draft fully loaded is 6,75 meters. The vessel is 6.019 DWT

OW Aalborg and OW Copenhagen are both tankers and sister vessels 3.021 GT, length is 90,50 meters, width is 14,60 meters and draft fully loaded is 5,41 meters. The vessels are 4.178 DWT

Bisiktas Halland is a tanker 5.261 GT, length 122,66 meter, width 17,20 and draft fully loaded is 6,85 meters. The vessel is 7.800 DWT
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