HOEGH NEW YORK - IMO 9295830
|Photographer:||Ken Smith [View profile]||Title:||HOEGH NEW YORK||Added:||Aug 16, 2005|
|HOEGH NEW YORK 57,280-2005 at Tilbury Ro/Ro Terminal Aug 16th 2005.
The Leif Hoegh group are no longer using HUAL and are now as is in this photo using Hoegh Autoliners on the ships.
|Vessel type:||Vehicles Carrier|
|Gross tonnage:||57,280 tons|
|Summer DWT:||15,990 tons|
|Last known position:|
|53°34’41.28” N, 8°33’7.26” E|
|Speed, course (heading):|
|0kts, 349° (5°)|
|Arrival:||20th Jun 2018|
|37 seconds ago|
|Source:||AIS (AirNav ShipTrax)|
|2018 June 20th, 21:45:50 UTC||De Brv|
|2018 June 5th, 07:00:28 UTC||Us Nyc|
|2018 April 22nd, 14:30:34 UTC||Cn Sha|
|2018 April 19th, 21:30:43 UTC||Jp Knd|
|2018 April 18th, 20:00:36 UTC||Kr Mas|
|2018 April 15th, 01:00:39 UTC||Cn Sha|
|2018 April 4th, 15:00:35 UTC||Au Bne|
|2018 January 25th, 09:30:53 UTC||Cl Sai|
|2018 January 25th, 09:30:52 UTC||Jp Kws K07|
|2018 January 24th, 21:05:52 UTC||Jp Yok||
© Robbie Cox
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Thanks for your kind remarks, and also for the info. makes sense now that Ugland have gone.
As usual, some great photos from good old Father Thames :-)
Having divested themselves from bulk shipping, Hoegh restructured themselves several months ago into two separate companies, Hoegh Autoliners and Hoegh LNG, with Leif Hoegh & Co as a non-operating Holding company. Furthermore, HUAL was a throwback to the days when Ugland was a partner, so it was felt that the 'Hoegh' name would give the company a clearer identity.
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We have noted the change to Hoegh in N.Z. as well, several months ago we expected the Hual Trubadour but got the Hoegh Trubadour.
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