CSL Delivers Second Converted Self-Unloading Ship


The vessel will operate in the CSL Americas fleet as part of the CSL International Pool, where it will join sister-ship CSL Koasek, which was delivered on August 30, 2021, and is trading on the North American West Coast since late September this year, says an article published in Wsaz.

An innovative project

Both CSL Kajika and CSL Koasek are the result of an innovative conversion project that saw the transformation of these two former Kamsarmax bulk carriers into modern, gravity-fed self-unloaders. Each vessel is 225.30 meters in length, 32.26 in breadth, with a boom length of 80 meters.

The two ships represent CSL’s continued investment in supporting its customers with modern, fuel-efficient, and high performing sustainable assets that meet their evolving needs and regulatory requirements.

CSL’s contributions

Managed by CSL, the CSL International Pool offers customers a wide range of vessel sizes, delivery systems, and self-unloading and transshipment solutions.

CSL Americas is a division of The CSL Group, the largest owner and operator of self-unloading ships in the world. Headquartered in Montreal with regional operations in the Americas, AustraliaEurope, and Asia, CSL delivers millions of tonnes of cargo annually for customers in the construction, steel, energy, and agri-food sectors.

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Source: Wsaz


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