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“Eco Trophy”: Third 9,000-tonner for Briese Chartering

Caption: "Eco Trophy" (© Briese Chartering)

Briese Chartering is expanding its fleet with a third Oteco 9000 MPP vessel.

The subsidiary of the Leer-based Briese Group has taken delivery of the “Eco Trophy” from its Chinese shipyard[ds_preview].

The MPP freighter is part of an ordered series of ten to be built at the Dayang shipyard in China. The first two units in the series, “Eco Titan” and “Eco Trust”, will enter service in 2023.

Briese puts bridge on the foredeck

The Oteco 9000 is a further development of the Oteco 5000, which includes the “Monika” from Briese Chartering. The larger units are 132.8 m long and 19.85 m wide. The superstructures are arranged on the forecastle so that the entire open deck area of more than 2,000 m² can be used for the storage of deck cargo.

Like its “big sister”, BBC Chartering, Briese Chartering is part of the Leer-based Briese Group. It is primarily active in the short-sea market, with routes in Northern Europe, the Mediterranean and North and Northwest Africa. The fleet comprises around 40 ships with carrying capacities of between 3,000 and now 9,000 tons.

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