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Baltic Shipyard launches Project 2734 lead ship for BFC
The launching and naming ceremony was held today, Sept. 27 at Baltic Shipyard for a lead vessel of a series of four non-self steering tankers of Project 2734, the PortNews correspondent reports from the ceremony. The vessel was named “Taisiya" (Thais).
Baltic Fuel Co set to invest RUB 3bn in expansion
Baltic Fuel Company (BFC) has planned to inject some RUB 3 bullion in its business expansion in line with “Investment Program 2011-2016” approved by the Board of Directors. BFC’s financial partner is Saint Petersburg Bank, the Group said.
Baltic Fuel Company enlarges fuel oil carriers up to 25 units
Baltic Fuel Company has purchased 8 new auto vehicles (truck + tank) enlarging its own fuel oil carrier park up to 25 units. So the company has become one of the three leaders of dark oil road transportation in the Petersburg market.
BFC tugs Svetlyak guard boat from St. Petersburg Port to Rostov-on-Don Port
The border guard boat Svetlyak, having come through Russian riverways from St.Petersburg to the BeglitskayaSpit sea port of Rostov-on-Don, was accompanied by two tug-boats under the contract between BFC and the Russian Federation Ministry of Defence with assistance of BFC's partner, Neva-Project Company.
Baltic Fuel Company obtains four river tugs
Baltic Fuel Company (BFC, St. Petersburg, Russia) has made a bargain on purchase of four river tugs of the same type.
Tugs of 2400 h.p. capacity each are intended for pushing vessels including oil tankers used for transportation of over 60 °C oil products flash point. The price of the same class vessel in the international market amounts to about 200 thousand euros.
Baltic Fuel Company adds new vessel to its tankers fleet
Baltic Fuel Company Ltd. (BFC) on June 2nd put into service the TM-10, another bunkering tanker beefing up its fleet to 31 vessels, supplying bunker fuel in the waters of Big Port St. Petersburg, the company’s press service said.
Baltic Fuel Company’s New Vector
Russian bunkering holding Baltic Fuel Company (BFC) based in St. Petersburg is becoming the largest bunkering company of Russia’s North-West thanks to expanding its own tankers fleet to 30 vessels.