The Italian Grimaldi Group now invests a little over USD 500 million in its fleet renewal. The shipping company has ordered a total of six new RoRo multipurpose ships set to be built at South Korea's Hyundai Mipo Dockyard in Ulsan.
The ships will be 250 meters long and 38 meters wide, and each ship will have a capacity of 45,684 dwt tons, writes Grimaldi in a press release.
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