New phosphate shipment to New Zealand
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This time, the vessel is Greek. Arriving Northport on May 30th 2008.
Published: 22.05 - 2008 23:06Printer version    
The bulk vessel Gulf Globe is scheduled to arrive Northport (Marsden Point), New Zealand, on May 30th 2008 with phosphates from occupied Western Sahara. Agent in Northport is Gilfoyle.

The vessel then continues towards Port of Tauranga.

It is scheduled to arrive Port of Tauranga on May 31st, continuing towards Timaru on June 3rd.

Arriving Timaru on the 4th, continuing towards Bluff on the 5th. Scheduled to arrive Bluff on the 6th.

Gulf Globe was built in 1994, has IMO number 9070773, call sign C6UD7, gross tonnage 25,498.

She is flagged in Bahamas.

Group owner: Globus Maritime Ltd on the Channel Islands.
Shipmanager: Globus Shipmanagement Corp, Marshall Islands.
Operator: Globus Shipmanagement Corp
Registered owner: Abrosa Shipping.

Gulf Globe was observed in occupied Western Sahara on April 22nd this year, and in Panama Canal first week of May.

Read more about the vessel on the pages of the Greek company Globus Maritime.

    


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