J. Lauritzen recently captured some great footage of the company’s Eva Bulker vessel while she was hard at work, loading logs directly out of the water at the inner Anchorage of Prince Rupert in British Columbia, Canada.
Eva Bulker was built in 2012 at Naikai Zozen in Japan, together with her three other sister ships: the Anne-Mette Bulker, Nicoline Bulker and Milau Bulker, all controlled by Lauritzen Bulkers.
These ships are regarded as the most cost-efficient logger-fitted bulk carriers in the market.
Since 2012, Eva Bulker has carried around 1.1 million t of logs on 34 cross-pacific voyages.
Read the article online at: https://www.drybulkmagazine.com/material-handling/07012019/eva-bulker-hard-at-work/
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