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新一艘F900 Eco-Lifter型重吊船加入UHL公司

作者:   发布时间:2022年05月29日    浏览量:177   字体大小:  A+   A- 

来源:Offshore Energy 2022-05-27
翻译:国际海事信息网 顾晋瑄 张运鸿
 
        德国多用途航运公司United Heavy Lift(简称UHL)已经在中国船舶有限公司(China State Shipbuilding Corporation,简称CSSC)的中国沪东造船厂接手了新建造的F900 Eco-Lifter型重吊船“MV UHL Felicity”号。
 
        UHL公司于5月21日接收了“MV UHL Felicity”号船舶,这是总数19艘F900 Eco-Lifters型重吊船系列中的第17艘。
 
        该船即将开始从韩国经日本和越南抵达印度尼西亚的首航,并且预计于2022年6月抵达目的地。
 
        UHL公司总经理Andreas Rolner表示:“我们要感谢中船租赁(CSSC Leasing)公司的大力支持,将F900型船舶以14年时长租赁给UHL公司。”
 
        F900 Eco-Lifter型重吊船的前身“MV UHL Fighter”系列,已于2021年底交付。这些船是公认 "最省油的 "在役重吊船,其碳足迹与市场上现有的重吊船队相比减少了30-50%。
 
        最近,这家德国公司决定再次订购两艘F900 Eco-Lifter型新船,从而将船队船舶数量从最初的17艘扩大至19艘。
 
        新一批订购的船舶将在中国的中船(CSSC)船厂建造,并分别于2023年和2024年交付。
 
        据报道,新型强化的船舶装置将最大限度地减少二氧化碳排放,并将采用高压和低压SCR催化剂,以满足国际海事组织(International Maritime Organisation,简称IMO)的“Tier III”排放要求。
 
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Another F900 Eco-Lifter joins United Heavy Lift’s fleet
 
German multipurpose shipping company United Heavy Lift (UHL) has taken delivery of the newly built F900 Eco-Lifter vessel MV UHL Felicity at the CSSC Hudong shipyard in China.
 
UHL took delivery of the MV UHL Felicity, the seventeenth unit in a series of nineteen F900 Eco-Lifters, on 21 May.
 
The vessel will embark on its maiden voyage from South Korea to Indonesia via Japan and Vietnam. It is expected to arrive at its destination in June 2022.
 
“We would like to thank CSSC Leasing, China, for their great support in securing the F900 vessels in a fourteen-year time charter to UHL“, said Andreas Rolner, managing director of United Heavy Lift.
 
The previous unit in the F900 Eco-Lifter fleet, MV UHL Fighter, was delivered at the end of 2021. The vessels are described as “the most fuel-efficient” heavy-lift vessels in service having a 30-50% less carbon footprint compared to the existing heavy-lift fleet in the market.
 
The German company recently decided to order two more F900 Eco-Lifter newbuilds, thus expanding the fleet from initial 17 to 19 units.
 
The newly ordered vessels that will be built at the CSSC shipyard in China are due to be delivered in 2023 and 2024.
 
As reported, the new enhanced units will come with minimised CO2 emissions and will feature high- and low-pressure SCR catalysts to meet International Maritime Organisation (IMO) Tier III requirements.

来源:simic