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New vessel replenishes FESCO fleet
FESCO Transport Group accepted the FESCO Moneron ice class container ship into the fleet. The national flag of Russia on the ship was raised on November 21.
The container ship with the capacity of 822 TEU will be operated on its own FESCO Magadan Line (FML) coasting service, where the same type FESCO Magadan, purchased this year, and the FESCO Posyet universal cargo ship are already operating.
The company plans to put FESKO Moneron on the line at the end of this year - the beginning of the 2020 of the year. The ice class of the Arc4 vessel complies with the standards necessary for work in the northern part of the Sea of Okhotsk in winter. "FESKO Moneron" is equipped with modern equipment and has a high class of automation.
The container ship crew consists of 14 people, the captain is Araik Harutyunyan. According to the press service of the company, the ship got its name in honor of Moneron Island, located in the Tatar Strait 43 km from the south-west coast of Sakhalin. It was discovered in early August 1787 by the expedition of Laperouse. She named the island after her associate Paul Meru Monneron.
FESCO is one of the largest private transport and logistics companies in Russia. FML service provides transportation of any cargo in dry, refrigerated SOS and SOC containers, following both inter-port traffic and direct mixed water-rail traffic, as well as general cargo along the route Vladivostok / Vostochny - Magadan - Vladivostok / Vostochny.