PM launches Pak Navy’s warship fleet tanker

Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif, Friday launched the major warship fleet tanker of Pakistan Navy built in collaboration with Turkey.

With the Prime Minister cutting the fastening strings, the

17,000 ton fleet tanker slid into the sea with the help of a tugboat at the platform of Karachi Shipyard.

The Prime Minister was briefed about the features of the

fleet.

The fleet has been built by M/s Savunma Teknologiler Muhendisilik of Turkey under the ambit of Ministry of Defence

Production and Pakistan Navy.

Pakistan Navy's fleet tanker will play an important role in

catering to its logistic needs.

The ship has been designed by Turkey and construction has been carried out by Karachi Shipyard and Engineering Works (KS&EW).

The design is based on contemporary trends and is according to Bureau Veritas Rules for the Classification of Naval Ships.

The double hull design will provide the fleet an unrestricted entry into any port of the world.

The launching ceremony was attended by high officials from Pakistan and Turkey and the officials and workers of Pakistan

Navy.

Source: Info Pak