Stena Bulk in Korean collaboration on Arctic sailing

Stena Bulk will start sailing the Northern Sea Route on September 15th in a new strategic collaboration with Korean Hyundai Glovis.

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Stena Bulk and South Korean Hyundai Glovis plan to collaborate on a long term strategy focused on sailing via the Northern Sea Route.

The collaboration will be launched on September 15th, when the ship Stena Polaris, an ice-class so-called P-Max product tanker of 65,000 dwt, departs from the Ust Luga port in the Baltic Sea carrying 37,000 tons of nafta, embarking on a 28 day journey north of Russia, through the Bering Strait and south toward its final destination in South Korea.

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