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‘EXOL PRIDE’ carries its first load

Mainmast are pleased to have completed movement of the first load of product from King George Dock,Hull to Exol Bulk Blending Plant at Rotherham on the ‘EXOL PRIDE’.

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Mainmast Welcome new crew

We are pleased to welcome Dwaine Ball and Dean Stones to the Mainmast team. Both Dwaine and Dean have extensive knowledge of tank barge operations and inland waterway navigation as well as having previously worked with our latest barge acquisitions.

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Mainmast enter agreement with Exol Rotherham

Mainmast are pleased to have reached an agreement to move product from Hull Docks to Exol Bulk Blending plant at Rotherham. As part of this agreement Mainmast have renamed the former tank barge ‘Humber Pride’ as ‘EXOL PRIDE’ and repainted … Continue reading

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Humber Pride and Humber Endeavour leave drydock

‘Humber Pride’ and ‘Humber Endeavour’ have completed an extensive dry dock program under Class Surveyor supervison. Both barges have now moved into Alexander Dock, Hull for a further maintenance program and preparation for coming into service.

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‘Pride’ and ‘Endeavour’ in drydock

New acquisitions ‘Humber Pride’ and ‘Humber Endeavour’ are currently undergoing a dry dock program at MMS Dry docks, Alexander Dock, Hull.

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Mainmast add to Hull tanker fleet

Mainmast are pleased to have reached agreement with John H Whitaker Tankers Ltd for the purchase of tank barges Humber Pride and Humber Endeavour. This now brings the Mainmast fleet to 12 vessels located in Humber and Mersey. The ‘Pride’ … Continue reading

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