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The FESCO Ulysses cargo ship joined the FESCO fleet

The FESCO Ulysses cargo ship joined the FESCO fleet
Photo: FESCO Press Office

FESCO Transport Group has accepted a new vessel, the FESCO Ulysses dry cargo ship, into its fleet. He left on his first voyage on April 17, and now he is to deliver equipment for wind farms from China to the Swedish port of Kopmanholmen.

According to the press service of the company, “FESCO Ulysses” is a multi-purpose dry cargo ship that can transport, including containers. It is equipped with modern equipment and has a high automation class. Its ice class complies with standards allowing operation in the Arctic seas. The cargo ship is 138 meters long, 21 meters wide, and deadweight 12 tons.

The ship received its name in honor of the bay, located on the southern coast of the Muravyov-Amursky Peninsula in the Primorsky Territory.

FESCO is consistently implementing a fleet upgrade program. At the end of last year, two container ships FESKO Moneron and FESKO Magadan joined the fleet of the group.

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