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Hantong Shipbuilding Heavy Industry delivers the fourth 82000 ton bulk carrier to the German shipowner


On January 22, 2024, New Hantong Shipbuilding Heavy Industry became the German shipowner H The fourth 82000 ton bulk carrier "ROSRUM SCEPTIC" (hull number: HT82-270) built by Vogemann has been successfully signed and delivered.

The leaders of New Hantong Shipbuilding Heavy Industry, representatives of shipowners, classification societies, trading companies, and others attended the delivery ceremony, witnessing another fortunate event for Hantong.

It is reported that the 82K series ship built for Vogemann in Germany was designed by Shanghai Shipbuilding Design Institute. The ship has a total length of 229.00 meters, a width of 32.26 meters, and a depth of 20.35 meters. It is classified by the American Bureau of Shipping (ABS). The ship adopts the TIER 3 main engine, which not only meets the requirements of conventional navigation, but also has many advantages such as strong port adaptability, low fuel consumption, good economy, green environmental protection, energy conservation and efficiency, and has won the favor of shipowners.

As the last ship in the series, HT82-270 has fully utilized the advantages of the main ship type, and its construction quality and efficiency have been fully recognized by the shipowner's on-site construction team. After sea navigation tests, all performance indicators have reached the international advanced level and have been unanimously recognized by ship owners and ship inspectors.

The smooth delivery of HT82-270 requires not only the strong support of Vogemann's senior management, on-site supervision team, ABS classification society, Zhongji Ningbo and other partners, but also the united efforts and hard work of all employees of New Hantong Shipbuilding Heavy Industry. At the same time, New Hantong Shipbuilding Heavy Industry firmly believes that the four series of ships built for Vogemann Company will become a bridge of friendship and trust between the two sides, laying a more solid foundation for future cooperation.

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