Lomar Shipping, a subsidiary of Libra Group, has confirmed long-term charters for four modern chemical tankers.

The UK-based maritime subsidiary has concluded the time charters for the four “ice-class, eco-friendly ships,” as the company describes them, without revealing any financial details about the deal.

Built in the New Hantong Shipyard in China, these vessels are the 37,800-dwt sisters CB Baltic, CB Pacific, CB Caribic and CB Adriatic.

The vessels CB Baltic, CB Pacific, CB Caribic are all built in 2020, whilst the vessel CB Adriatic was built in 2019.

They have been fixed on time charters with commodity trading companies and oil majors, for periods ranging from three to five years.

“We wish our charterers good fortune and the vessel crews safe voyages ahead,” noted the company in a short statement.

Earlier this year the company confirmed the safe delivery in Singapore of its chemical tanker Aurelia to her buyers, the Singapore-based company Premier Shiptrade Pte Limited.

Built in 2006 at the ‘3. Maj Shipyard’ in Rijeka, Croatia, the 24,017-dwt vessel was the last in a series of six sister vessels originally built for its Carl Büttner management company, which specialises in oil products and chemical tankers.  

Earlier this year Lomar Shipping also confirmed the sale and delivery to its new owners of the 2014-built bulker in China.

Details of the $22m sale of the 63,690-dwt bulker Porto Leone (built 2014) came to light in the market when it was revealed by Lomar’s parent company, the Libra Group via a LinkedIn post.

Singapore’s Delong Zhenxing has emerged as the buyer of the vessel, which was officially delivered in Zhoushan, China.

Built in 2014 at the COSCO Zhoushan Shipyard in China the 63,690 dwt Porto Leone, is a sister vessel of the Puerto Rosario.