• 2017 October 20 14:02

    d’Amico International Shipping launches the first three LR1 vessels

    d’Amico International Shipping (DIS), international leader in the transport of refined petroleum products and vegetable oils, listed on the STAR segment of the Milan Stock Exchange, launched the first three LR1 (long - range) vessels in its history, at the Hyundai Vinashin shipyard in Vietnam.

    A total investment of 131 million dollars resulted in the addition of three 75,000 - tonnes vessels to DIS ’ fleet. These vessels are ecologically friendly, a distinctive feature of all d’Amico Group‘s newbuildings, and are both versatile and efficient. They can transport more cargo per voyage and thanks to a similar draft to our smaller vessels, can cross the expanded Panamal Canal, allowing them to navigate on new routes.

    The d’Amico Group’s team of Italian engineers cooperated with the Vietnamese shipyard to design these new generation eco - ships, which are 228 metres long and 36 metres wide. Relative to conventional similar type vessels, they benefit from a higher cargo capacity, and lower fuel consumption and CO2 emissions. Thanks to their innovative hull design and energy - efficient engine, the LR1s guarantee significant daily fuel savings, meeting in advance the 2020 international standards.

    The three Long Range 1 Oil/Product Tankers named Cielo Bianco, Cielo Rosso and Cielo di Rotterdam bring to thirteen the total number of ships built by the d’Amico Group in Vietnam over the last three years, representing a major component of the impressive new construction plan for a total of 22 vessels , representing 755 million dollars in investments .

    Two out of the three ships launched today will be delivered by the end of 2017, followed a third one at the beginning of 2018. DIS ’ fleet currently consists of 55.5 double hull tankers, of which 26 owned , 26.5 chartered - in and 3 bareboat chartered - in. DIS counts on a young fleet with an average age of 7.8 years , below the 10 years market average for similar vessels. Another three LR1s, sister vessels of those launched today, will be delivered to d ’Amico International Shipping during 2018.

    About d’Amico International Shipping S.A.

    d’Amico International Shipping S.A. is a subsidiary of d’Amico Società di Navigazione S.p.A., one of the world’s leading privately owned marine transportation companies, and operates in the product tankers sector, comprising vessels that typically carry refined petroleum products, chemical and vegetable oils. d’Amico International Shipping S.A. controls, through its controlled subsidiary namely d’Amico Tankers D.A.C., Dublin, either through ownership or charter arrangements, a modern, high - tech and double - hulled fleet, ranging from 35,000 and 75,000 deadweight tons.




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2018 June 23

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2018 June 22

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18:05 Port of Los Angeles gives $1 million in grants to 30 local organizations
17:50 Denis Khramov appointed as Deputy Minister of Natural Resources
17:29 RF Government approves resignation of Victor Olersky
17:06 TTS Group ASA secures new contracts for RoRo equipment to China
16:05 CMA CGM announces GRR from India to East Africa
15:51 LUKOIL-Bulgaria Bunker starts operating the Bellona tanker at the port of Constanta, Romania
15:34 Port of Rotterdam Authority, DSM, AkzoNobel Specialty Chemicals, FrieslandCampina, Suikerunie, Gasunie, Groen Gas Nederland, ECN, Energy Academy Europe make recommendations for the smarter use of biomass
14:50 Construction works commence in Tallinn Old City Harbour's Terminal D where Tallink ferries are served
14:27 IMO rolls out ferry safety video
14:03 India to make Chabahar Port in Iran operational by 2019
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12:36 LUKOIL will pay dividends for 2017 in the amount of RUB 130 per ordinary share
12:12 REMPEC hosts regional workshop on response to HNS spills in Valletta, Malta
11:49 IMO regional workshop to address the impacts of fouling
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2018 June 21

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17:31 Gate terminal (Gasunie/Vopak) to increase ship loading flow rate
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16:02 Danaos Corporation announces comprehensive debt refinancing agreement
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15:02 Ship garbage recycling pilot wraps up at Port of Brisbane
14:39 Vyborg Shipyard launches port icebreaker Ob built for FSUE Atomflot
14:02 APM Terminals supports World Clean Air Day with App upgrade
13:41 Igor Zolotykh appointed as Harbour Master of port Ust-Luga
13:23 Victor Olersky appoints Igor Ishchenko as Harbour Master of port Primorsk
13:02 EU member states’ experts on ship recycling meet in Brussels
12:39 XI Russian Forum “Current State and Prospects for Development of Russian Bunker Services Market” opens in Saint-Petersburg
12:16 ABS issues industry-leading Guide advancing DC power for hybrid electric applications
12:00 Largest gantry crane in the Nordic countries delivered to Meyer Turku
11:57 HVCC Hamburg Vessel Coordination Center and the Rotterdam Port Authority launch unique cooperation
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10:53 Protecting marine life from ship noise is in the focus of meeting on oceans and the law of the sea
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10:02 Maritime officials in Morocco undergo training at IMO workshop in Casablanca
09:41 Closer look at the interpretation of maritime law
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2018 June 20

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