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Wan Hai Lines places a 20 vessels order

As part of the company’s fleet improvement plan, Wan Hai Lines has confirmed an order of 20 container vessels with JMU (Japan Marine United Corporation) and GWS (Guangzhou Wenchong Shipyard Co., Ltd) / CSTC (China Shipbuilding Trading Company, Limited). The contract signing ceremony was held at Wan Hai Lines’ Taipei headquarter on 12th November 2018.

The contract includes eight (8) 3,036 Teu container vessels with JMU and twelve (12) 2,038 Teu container vessels with GWS /CSTC. At the same time, Wan Hai has the option to declare an additional four(4) 3,036 Teu vessels within 6 months and four(4) 2,038 Teu vessels within 3 months. These two new vessel types will start taking delivery in end October 2020 and early January 2021 respectively.

Currently, Wan Hai Lines operates a fleet of 72 owned vessels and 24 chartered vessels. This new shipbuilding contract is the company’s latest fleet renewal plan.

 

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