Lovisa delivery

Source: Langh Ship

A new generation of vessel blending bespoke capabilities in steel transportation with scope for a much broader cargo range has entered the Baltic and North European trade.

The 7,800dwt Lovisa is the first of a trio of dual-fuel newbuilds ordered from Wuhu Shipyard by the Finnish operator Langh Ship. The entire series is dedicated to the two-way traffic generated by stainless steel producer Outokumpu between its Tornio mill in northern Finland and the northwest Continent, ultimately replacing the three vessels hitherto employed. The new ships hoist loading capacity per sailing to some 7,300t from the maximum 6,000t hitherto.

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