U n i t o r To Conduct U n i q u e R e f r i g e r a t i o n T r a i n i n g On G a s Tanker

Unitor A.S., of Kolbotn, Norway, has entered into an agreement with the Hanseatic Marine Training School in Cyprus to train Unitor marine refrigeration service technicians onboard Hanseatic's combined training ship/gas carrier Annabella.

The company also operates its own training centers in Oslo and Manila.

The first training party to embark upon the 26,800-grt LNG/LPG carrier Annabella joined the ship in mid-February in Barcelona, sailing to North Africa and back to the Spanish port. This party consisted of Unitor's product manager, refrigeration services, J an Fr. Holseter and service technicians from Unitor's companies in Singapore, Holland, Greece and the U.S.

Annabella, built in 1974, was converted into a combined training vessel/ gas carrier last year and is operated jointly by Hanseatic and Chemikalien Seetransport GmbH of Hamburg. Chemikalien Seetransport owns and operates the vessel, while Hanseatic Marine Training School controls and supervises the onboard training facility.

This unique Unitor training venture is being undertaken to further enhance the abilities of the company's service technicians.

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Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 77,  Apr 1992

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