Thursday, April 14, 2011

DAIO AZALEA

Woodchip carrier Daio Azalea (IMO:9128570, Port of Registry: 9128570) is bulk carrier specially designed for transporting all kinds of dry cargo such as woodchips, but also soybean meal, which is a flour made by grinding the solid residue of soybean oil production. It is widely used as a filler and source of protein in animal diets. The Daio Azalea is a handymax sized vessel with a length of 199.9 meter and width of 32.3 meter. She has a deadweight of 49,580 tons and a cargo capacity of 102,232 m3. The vessel was built in 1995 at Imabari Shipbuilding Co., Ltd and is propelled by a 7,722 KW Akasaka Diesel engine. The Daio Azalea is operated by Taiyo Nippon Kisen Co., Japan.

The Daio Azalea is scheduled to arrive this afternoon at the Laurenshaven, Rotterdam Botlek with a load of soybean meal from San Lorenzo, Argentina.

Click here for the current position of the Daio Azalea
Daio Azalea
Source: Shipspotting.com
Copyright: Cristian Page

1 comment:

Fabian Sanchez said...

Buen dia....
Mi nombre es Fabian Sanchez y vi pasar el buque por Zarate. Por toda esta semana lo voy a estar siguiendo por el navegador de GOOGLE. Les mando un abrazo y me gustaria recibir informaciĆ³n de DAIO AZALEA. FABY705@GMAIL.COM

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