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Taiwan-based shipbuilding company completes modifications to OOCL’s boxship

Taiwan’s premier shipbuilding company, CSBC Corp., recently completed modifications to a massive container ship owned by Hong Kong-based Orient Overseas Container Line (OOCL).

The modification contract included the installation of a flue gas desulfurization system on the massive 13,000-TEU ship and took about a month and a half to complete, reports the Liberty Times. The ship docked on May 22, and the work was completed on Tuesday (July 9).

This was the first time CSBC Corp. has carried out this modification on such a large vessel, and the company is now reportedly expected to begin regularly offering the service to potential clients, according to the Liberty Times.

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Source: Taiwan News

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