AtoB@C Shipping Welcomes Stellamar Into Fleet

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  • Stellar boasts cutting-edge technology that can potentially reduce CO2 emissions by up to 50% compared to conventional vessels. This reduction is attributed to its shore power connectivity and substantial battery installation, promoting a quieter and cleaner operation while in port.
  • Stellar will be sold to investors upon arrival in Europe and operated by AtoB@C Shipping in the Green Coaster Pool.
  • AtoB@C Shipping has ordered twelve plug-in hybrid vessels from Chowgule & Company, with Stellamar being the second delivered, reinforcing their commitment to sustainable shipping practices.
  • Designed for versatility, Stellamar can carry various bulk and breakbulk products with an optimized layout for efficient cargo handling.

Game-Changing Addition to AtoB@C Shipping’s Fleet

AtoB@C Shipping, a subsidiary of ESL Shipping, has today 5 April taken delivery of Stellamar, the second in the series of twelve plug-in hybrid general cargo vessels. Stellar is a state-of-the-art vessel that can reduce CO2 emissions by up to 50% compared to the present generation of vessels, thanks to its shore power connectivity and large battery installation. It also offers a quieter and cleaner operation while in port.

Stellar is designed to carry a wide range of bulk and breakbulk products, such as steel, forest products, fertilizers, and project cargoes. The vessel has a long unobstructed deck, which allows loading more deck cargo and longer project cargoes than the current vessels in the fleet. The crew accommodation and the bridge are located at the bow, which optimizes the cargo capacity and improves the visibility and safety of navigation.

Strategic Investments And Future Prospects

Stellar is the first vessel to be sold to the company formed by private and institutional investors once it arrives in Europe. All vessels of the series will be operated by AtoB@C Shipping in the Green Coaster Pool.

AtoB@C Shipping has ordered twelve plug-in hybrid vessels from Chowgule & Company. The first vessel in the series, Electramar, was delivered in December and seven are currently under construction.

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Source: vesselfinder