Ultragas: More ships headed for Danish flag

Ahead of late 2014 Ultragas will take delivery of an additional eight ships from South Korea. "I won't rule out that most of them will be placed under Danish flag," CEO Anders Hallund Rasmussen tells ShippingWatch.

The fleet under Danish flag grows with the addition of Chilean Ultragas, which has just placed a newbuilding in the Danish International Ship Register, DIS.

The ship was delivered in October and is the first of a series of nine eco-design newbuildings from South Korean shipyard STX, Ultragas CEO Anders Hallund Rasmussen tells ShippingWatch.

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