April 13, 2024

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CSSC Hudong Zhonghua delivered 3rd 15,000TEU boxship to CMA CGM

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On November 24, CSSC Hudong Zhonghua has successfully delivered a 15,000TEU containership “CMA CGM OSIRIS” to the giant container transportation and shipping company CMA CGM Group.

The naming and delivery ceremony was held in Shanghai.

The 15,000TEU containership is 366 meters in length and 51 meters in width. The comprehensive design by MARIC made the vessel perform efficiently and safely. Moreover, the vessel meets the required standards of IMO Tier III and EEDI phase III, making it a new generation fleet of green, environmentally friendly, energy-saving from CMA CGM Group.

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CMA CGM OSIRIS

This containership is the third in the series of five ships built for CMA CGM. The Group received the sister vessel CMA CGM HERMES last October.

After the delivery, the vessel sets sail for the route from the Far East to the Middle East.


The great partnership between two parties

The project was signed on the 55th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between China and France under the witness of the top leaders of China and France

CSSC Hudong Zhonghua has built its product with high-quality design, world-class construction, and on-time delivery. That’s why CMA CGM Group and CSSC Hudong Zhonghua have formed a good partnership year on year, reaching many milestone shipbuilding between two parties. CSSC Hudong Zhonghua’s energy-saving products are one of the key factors added to the success of CMA CGM Group this year.

It’s worth reminding that, CSSC Hudong Zhonghua completed the construction of 9 vessels dual-fuel series of containerships for CMA CGM this year. The last vessel CMA CGM Sorbonne departed from the shipyard in early July.

With a large expansion in CMA CGM Group’s fleet, with an order book up to 56 vessels, in a total of 520,651TEU (according to ALPHALINER Top100), it’s strongly believed that the congestion at ports is soon improved.

Source Xindermarinenews

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