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AtoB@C Shipping reveals names for the rest of its new hybrid vessels

In conjunction with the keel laying of the seventh unit in the series of twelve plug-in hybrid 5,350 dwt coasters, AtoB@C Shipping is pleased to announce the names of the remaining vessels in the series of highly efficient plug-in hybrid vessels.

The names of the remaining six vessels, to be delivered in 2025 and 2026 continue the theme introduced with the first six vessels, where the names are derived from the nature and the characteristics of the vessels:

Thanks to its shore power connectivity and large battery installation, the CO2 emissions of these state-of-the-art vessels are expected to be up to 50% less compared to the present generation of vessels. The vessels are designed to carry a wide range of bulk and breakbulk products, such as steel, forest products, fertilizers and project cargoes. Vessels have a long unobstructed deck, which allows loading more deck cargo and longer project cargoes than the current vessels in the fleet. The crew accommodation and the bridge are located at the bow, which optimises the cargo capacity and improves the visibility and safety of navigation.

For more information about the vessels, please visit our website.

For more information, please contact:
Frida Rowland
Commercial Director, AtoB@C Shipping & ESL Shipping
mob. +46 70 817 3620, 

About AtoB@C Shipping
AtoB@C Shipping is an innovative shortsea operator transporting bulk and breakbulk cargoes for industrial clients. Our success is based on operational excellence and long-term client contracts which form the backbone of our operations. We operate a fleet of modern, well-maintained, multipurpose vessels in 4,000-6,000 dwt segments. Our whole fleet is ice-classed ensuring our ability to secure product and raw material transportation for our industrial clients all year around, even in difficult weather conditions. AtoB@C Shipping was founded in 2000 and has been part of ESL Shipping since 2018. Together the group has over 40 vessels with cargo capacity ranging from 4,000 to 56,000 dwt.