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'Eser K' presented to Kaptano?lu

'Eser K' presented to Kaptano?lu
Hanjin Heavy Industries Corporation-Philippines, Inc. recently rolled off the M/T Eser K, a 114,000-deadweight ton crude oil tanker, the 12th vessel completed in their shipbuilding facility inside this premier Freeport.

Hanjin delivered last tanker to Turkish firm Kaptano?lu Shipping Line.

Hanjin Heavy Industries Corporation-Philippines, Inc. recently rolled off the M/T Eser K, a 114,000-deadweight ton crude oil tanker, the 12th vessel completed in their shipbuilding facility inside this premier Freeport.

The US$68-million vessel was officially presented to its owner, the Turkey-based Kaptanoglu Shipping Line, during a formal naming ceremony on Wednesday at HHIC-Phils. Redondo Peninsula shipyard.

Those who graced the naming ceremony were Kaptanoglu president Engin Kaptanoglu, representatives of the ship classification society Lloyds Register, HHIC-Phil President Seung Chil Lee, Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority (SBMA) senior deputy administrator Ramon Agregado and other officials.

HHIC-Phils. senior executive vice-president Hyun Soo Bong said the M/T Eser K and its twin, the M/T Leyla K, were the biggest ships ever built in the Philippines.

Eser K and Leyla K, which was delivered in January this year, both tipped the scales at 114,000-DWT, and measured 241.27 meters long, 44 meters wide, and 21.35 meters deep.

?Eser K is the last tanker we built for Kaptanoglu, but I would like to emphasize that this is another beginning for us as we develop sincere partnership between Kaptanoglu and Hanjin-Philippines,? said Hyun.

www.turkishmaritime.com.tr

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