Greener bulk logistics for Baltic steelmaker

Pictured on trials off the China coast, Haaga is the first of two LNG-fuelled, handysize bulkers for Baltic trade (credit: Jussi Vaahtikari/ESL Shipping)

Setting new standards in energy efficiency and environmental compatibility for the Nordic steel industry’s raw materials supply chain, the 25,600dwt bulk carriers Haaga and Viikki have been handed over by China’s Jinling Shipyard to ESL Shipping of Finland. David Tinsley reports.

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