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Chinese shipyard receives Hartmann LPG order

Chinese shipyard receives Hartmann LPG order

Chinese shipbuilder Nantong CIMC Sinopacific Offshore & Engineering has received an order for Germany's Hartmann group to construct liquefied petroleum tankers.

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The contract includes the construction of three LPG ships totaling 5000 cubic meters and an additional order for two vessels.

CIMC SOE, a branch of CIMC ENRIC, says the ships will be the world's first full-pressure dual-fuelled LPG vessels.

The ships will carry dual-fuelled main engine LPG from MAN.

CIMC SOE said that because of the current situation related to the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic, the agreement was signed via a videoconference.

The two companies have previously joined forces on a number of ventures including Gaschem Beluga, a liquefied ethylene gas (LEG) carrier.

Maritime Business World 

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