Dubai-headquartered Tomini Shipping has added a Kamsarmax and Ultramax bulk carrier to its fast-growing fleet. The latest arrivals are Tomini Nobility, an 81,093 dwt newbuilding, and Tomini Integrity, a 2016-built 60,220 dwt bulk carrier.
“These additions to the fleet are testament to our confidence in the long-term prospects for the dry bulk market. We are committed to growing a diverse fleet to meet global transportation needs,” commented Nitin Mehta, Tomini CEO.
The company also took delivery of a 2010 Chinese-built 56942 bulk carrier, Bravo V, which has since been renamed Tomini Majesty, in July this year. The vessel is now operational after a period in drydock.
Tomini Shipping, registered on the NOTC is a world-class ship owner and operator in the dry bulk segment and majority-owned by Imtiaz Mohammad Shaikh, which for more than 65 years has been involved in every aspect of the shipping market including ownership, technical management, and manning. The commercial management of the fleet of modern bulk carriers is handled through Alpina Chartering in Denmark, which has been a partner of Tomini for more than 40 years.