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Tomini adds to its bulker fleet
(Posted on 01/10/20)
Tomini Shipping a leading ship owner and operator, has again added to its fleet of dry bulk carriers with the arrival of a Kamsarmax and Ultramax.
The Dubai based shipping company welcomed Tomini Nobility a 81093 DWT newbuild and Tomini Integrity a 2016 Japanese built 60,220 DWT bulk carrier into its fleet.
“These additions to the fleet are testament to our confidence in the long-term prospects for the dry bulk market; we are committed to growing a diverse fleet to meet global transportation needs”, commented Nitin Mehta, CEO.
Over the last three decades, Tomini have owned some 120 ships and performed over a thousand voyages with chartered vessels, commercially managed by Alpina Shipping.
Tomini have a strategic partnership with Alpina Chartering ApS in Denmark that spans 40 years.
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