February 28, 2024


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Yangzijiang Shipbuilding Group delivered 4 new ships in a row

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Yangzijiang Shipbuilding Group is sprinting at the beginning of the new year with 4 new ships from New Yangzi Shipbuilding, Yangzi Xinfu, and Yangzi Mitsui Shipbuilding have been delivered and set sail from the shipyards.

Yangzijiang Shipbuilding Group has its shipyard fully operated to meet the newbuild demands from customers. The group has won huge trust in the world shipping industry, reflected on the record of taking 11 newbuild orders in just a week.

Yangzi Mitsui Shipbuilding delivered “NORD ANDROMEDA”

On January 7, the 13th 82,300 DWT bulk carrier “NORD ANDROMEDA” built by Yangzi Mitsui Shipbuilding for an old Japanese partner was successfully delivered by electronic signature.

The 82,300 DWT ship is 229.00 meters in length and 32.26 meters in width, has a molded depth is 20.00 meters, the design draft is 12.20 meters, and the structural draft is 14.45 meters.

“NORD ANDROMEDA” departed for her maiden voyage on the same day.

marine-news- Delivered NORD ANDROMEDA

Yangzi Mitsui Shipbuilding delivered “RICH RAINFOREST”

On January 10, the 82,000 DWT bulk carrier “RICH RAINFOREST” built by Yangzi Mitsui Shipbuilding for Japanese customers was signed and delivered.

On January 11th, the vessel slowly departed from Hong Kong and sailed for the maiden voyage.

marine-news- Delivered Rich Rainforest

Yangzi Xinfu delivered the “GCL DUNKIRK”

On January 11, a 180,000DWT bulk carrier “GCL DUNKIRK” built by Yangzi Xinfu Shipbuilding for Japanese LEPTA shipowners was delivered by electronic signature and left the shipyard for its maiden voyage on the same day.

Recently, Yangzijiang Shipbuilding and Jiangsu Yangzi Mitsui Shipbuilding have achieved four 82,300DWT bulk carriers construction.

The project has scheduled for delivery within 2023 and vessels will be classified into LR.

New Yangzi Shipbuilding Delivered “SITC DECHENG”

On January 12, the seventh 2,400 TEU container ship “SITC DECHENG” built by New Yangzi Shipbuilding was named and delivered.

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