The first ship of the year in Sept-Îles is a Portuguese ship

The first ship of the year in Sept-Îles is a Portuguese ship

The Portuguese-flagged ship, Leopold Oldendorf, was the first ship to dock on Sept-Ile in 2024.

It checked in at 5:15pm on 2 January 2024, and was docked at mining company Rio Tinto's IOC quay a few hours later.

A short ceremony was held the next day to celebrate the event. On this occasion, the prestigious baton was presented to the ship's captain, Uvuk Kurgan, with its handle designed to combine aluminum and iron ore.

The captain said he was honored by this honor. This was his first participation in a ceremony of this kind in his career. The ship's 23 crew members received a September Harbor hat as well as a well-stocked basket of local produce from mining company Rio Tinto IOC.

The Leopold Oldendorf left Constanta, Romania, before arriving in September. The 300-metre-long ocean vessel will be redirected with its crew to Rotterdam with a cargo of 184,200 tons of concentrates and iron pellets.

Leopold Oldendorff is a 300-meter ocean liner built in 2015 and owned by German shipowner ThyssenKrupp Steel.

The delivery of the cutthroat cane is a tradition in September Harbor that is in its 37th yearH This year's edition.

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