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CULINES FLEET WELCOMED NEW MEMBER CUL MANILA

2023-06-11

Recently, a second-hand 2,800TEU vessel purchased by CULINES was delivered in Singapore and renamed M/V CUL MANILA. A new member thus joined the CULINES fleet. CULINES Chairman & CEO Raymond Chen boarded the vessel in Singapore with his team and witnessed the delivery. Mr. Chen had a pleasant talk with the captain and the crew of CUL Manila and extended best wishes on behalf of the company.

(Mr. Chen welcomed Ukrainian Captain Oleksandr Yeremchuk and sent his best wishes)

CUL MANILA, aged 11 and in good condition, is a 2,800TEU container vessel built by Huangpu Wenchong and managed by Columbia Shipmanagement. Here are some particulars: LOA 212.6m; breadth 32.2m; depth: 20.3m; draught: 10.5m, could be deployed to IA and TP trades. The purchase of this vessel could help to optimize the fleet structure and develop the network of CULINES.

Upon delivery, CUL MANILA will head for Port Klang to get fully loaded and sail to Nansha to phase into the South China–India CIS service, a joint service with RCL, PIL, and IAL with the rotation Nansha / Shekou / Singapore / Port Klang / Nhava Sheva / Mundra / Port Klang / Haiphong / Nansha.

With the joining of CUL MANILA, the CULINES fleet now operates 32 vessels, 4 owned and 28 chartered, with a total capacity of 82,070TEU. CUL MANILA is the first second-hand ship CULINES purchased this year, and her sister CPAE MARIN would also be delivered in July. With more coming deliveries of newbuilding and second-hand vessels, the ratio of CULINES owned capacity will further increase.