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Aug 16, 2018 @ 19:46

Chelsea Logistics to continue expanding


Bullish about its prospects, Chelsea Logistics Holdings Corp., will continue to beef up its fleet to expand to new markets and better serve the public.

“As soon as our newly acquired vessels could go full speed, we will be able to cater to even more businesses, passengers and consumers in more routes. This will subsequently boost and strengthen our capacity to invest more and realize bigger gains,” said Chryss Alfonsus V. Damuy, president and CEO of CLC.

The company added one medium ranger tanker, five tugboats, six cargo freight vessels, 15 roll-on/roll-off and passenger (RoPax) vessels, and one floating dock.

This brings its fleet to 16 tankers, 14 tugboats, 22 RoPax, 11 cargo vessels, and one floating dock.

Unit 2GO Group operates eight RoPax vessels, five cargo vessels, and 11 fast crafts.

Starlite Ferries and Trans-Asia Shipping Lines are seeking regulatory permits to operate additional routes.

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