Monjasa tanker tapped for floating storage duties in West Africa

Danish shipowner Monjasa has agreed to terms for the crude oil tanker SKS Dokka to be used as a new floating storage unit for its West Africa operations.

SKS Dokka replaced its sister vessel SKS Darent earlier this month for floating storage operations. The 2010-built, and 250-metre tanker is now positioned off Lomé, Togo, and already in full operation.

To ensure safe and flexible cargo handling, SKS Dokka has been fitted with double valve segregations and is equipped with deepwell pumps for each individual tank.

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