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川崎重工与Kumiai Navigation合作,获VLGC订单

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川崎重工与Kumiai Navigation合作,获VLGC订单
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来源: World Maritime News 2019-02-01
翻译:国际海事信息网 王雅媛 张运鸿
 
       日本造船公司川崎重工(Kawasaki Heavy Industries,KHI)获得新加坡船东Kumiai Navigation订单,建造一艘超大型液化气船(VLGC)。
 
       川崎的一位发言人向World Maritime News表示,该船将在其Sakaide船厂建造。

       目前尚未公布更多细节。
 
       根据VesselsValue提供的消息,早在2015年,Kumiai Navigation在川崎重工订造了两艘82200立方米VLGC用于运输液化石油气(LPG)。其中,第一艘“Pyxis Alfa”号已于2017年5月交付,而第二艘则预计于今年4月交付。
 
       此外,Kumiai Navigation还于2017年在川崎重工加购了一艘相同的VLGC。该艘新船目前在Sakaide船厂建造,预计2020年1月交付。
 
       上个月,Kumiai决定处置“Ocean Orchid”号。该艘79538立方米的VLGC LPG船造于2001年,以2400万美元的价格转卖于一位匿名的中东买家。
 
       Kumiai Navigation成立于1995年,是日本船东Kumiai Senpaku有限公司的子公司。VesselsValue数据显示,该公司船队目前拥有14艘船舶,包括散货船和LPG船,总价值为7.1834亿美元。
 
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Kawasaki Heavy Secures VLGC Order from Kumiai Navigation
 
Japanese shipbuilding company Kawasaki Heavy Industries (KHI) has received a very large gas carrier (VLGC) order from Singapore’s Kumiai Navigation.
 
Kawasaki will build the vessel at its Sakaide Shipyard, a spokesperson of KHI told World Maritime News.
 
No further details have been unveiled.
 
Back in 2015, Kumiai Navigation ordered two 82,200 cbm VLGC LPG vessels at Kawasaki Heavy. The first of them, Pyxis Alfa, was handed over to its owner in May 2017, while the second one is scheduled for delivery in April this year, according to information provided by VesselsValue.
 
In addition, Kumiai Navigation ordered one more identical VLGC vessel at Kawasaki in 2017. The newbuilding, currently under construction at Sakaide yard, is slated for delivery in January 2020.
 
Last month, Kumiai decided to dispose of one VLGC LPG ship, Ocean Orchid. The 79,538 cbm ship, built in 2001, was sold for USD 24 million to an unnamed Middle Eastern buyer.
 
Established in 1995, Kumiai Navigation is a subsidiary of Kumiai Senpaku Co Ltd, a shipowner in Japan. The company currently has a fleet of fourteen vessels including bulkers and LPG carriers, with a total fleet value of USD 718.34 million, VesselsValue’s data shows.
 

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