SAO PAULO (Reuters) – Logistics operator Log-In announced this Wednesday the purchase of two container ships to be built by Chinese shipyard Zhoushan Changhong and with deliveries scheduled for the end of 2023 and May 2024.
The company stated in a relevant fact to the market that the value of each vessel is 42.6 million dollars and that they have a nominal capacity of 3,158 TEUs, a unit equivalent to a 20-foot container.
According to Log-In, the capacity of the ships is about 25% greater than that of the Log-In Polaris, the most modern vessel in the company’s fleet. “However, with similar fuel consumption performance, as it has more current and efficient technology,” stated the company in the relevant fact.
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