Nibulon, the main grain shipper on the Dnipro, is building four tugs and a self-propelled, 140-meter reloader, part of a plan to increase its fleet to 100 vessels by 2022, the company reports.
Thursday, July 26, 2018

Nibulon, the main grain shipper on the Dnipro, is building four tugs and a self-propelled, 140-meter reloader, part of a plan to increase its fleet to 100 vessels by 2022, the company reports.

Nibulon, the main grain shipper on the Dnipro, is building four tugs and a self-propelled, 140-meter reloader, part of a plan to increase its fleet to 100 vessels by 2022, the company reports.

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