New shipment to New Zealand

Arriving first week of November.

Published 30 October 09

The bulk carrier 'Effy N' will arrive the ports of Lyttelton and Napier, New Zealand in first week of November 2009 with phosphates from occupied Western Sahara.

The Hong Kong flagged ship has a DWT of 55.000 tonnes, and IMO number 9509516.

The transport seems to have been done by Pacbasin: 
 

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