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ONE:签订全球最大集装箱船租约

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ONE:签订全球最大集装箱船租约
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来源:Marine Link 2020-12-24
翻译:国际海事信息网 王雅媛 张运鸿
 
       总部位于新加坡的集装箱运输公司海洋网联船务(Ocean Network Express Pte. Ltd.,简称ONE)表示,已与日本Shoei Kisen Kaisha, Ltd.签署了一份意向书(letter of intent,LoI),为6艘新的超大型集装箱船(ultra large containerships,ULCS)签订15年租约。据称,每艘集装箱船的运力均超过24000TEU,为全球最大集装箱船。
 
       新船将由日本船厂金治造船(Imabari Shipbuilding Co., Ltd. )和日本海事联合造船厂(Japan Marine United Corporation)联合建造,计划在2023年和2024年交付。
 
       ONE在周二的新闻发布会上称:“这类新船将加入我们的核心船队,并构成我们当前实施的战略计划。该战略目的是引进大型、现代化和节能的船只,进一步增强我们的船队竞争力。”
 
       目前,世界上最大的集装箱船是现代商船(Hyundai Merchant Marine)的“HMM Algeciras”号,其最大运力略低于24000TEU。ONE表示,这6艘运力超过24000TEU的新ULCS,将通过最先进的船体设计,最大限度地增加货物进港量,最大限度地减少燃料消耗,从而有助于实现规模经济和显著降低碳排放。所有船舶将配备废气清洗系统,也称为洗涤器,以满足国际海事组织(International Maritime Organization,简称IMO)的排放规定。
 
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ONE to Charter World's Largest Containerships
 
Singapore-headquartered container carrier Ocean Network Express Pte. Ltd. (ONE) said it has signed a letter of intent (LoI) with Japan's Shoei Kisen Kaisha, Ltd. for the 15-year charter of six new ultra large containerships (ULCS). The vessels, with capacity greater than 24,000 TEU each, are said to be the world's largest.
 
The newbuilds will be built by the consortium of compatriot shipyards Imabari Shipbuilding Co., Ltd. and Japan Marine United Corporation for planned delivery in 2023 and 2024.
 
This new class of ships will join our core fleet and forms part of our ongoing strategy to introduce large, modern, and fuel-efficient vessels to further strengthen our fleet competitiveness," ONE said in a press release on Thursday.
 
Currently, the world’s largest containerships—Hyundai Merchant Marine's Algeciras class—have a maximum capacity of slightly below 24,000 TEU. The six new ULCS with capacity exceeding 24,000 TEU will help bring economies of scale and significantly lower carbon emissions through a state-of-the-art hull design that aims to maximize cargo intake and minimize fuel consumption, ONE said. The vessels will be equipped with exhaust gas cleaning systems, also known as scrubbers, to meet International Maritime Organization (IMO) emissions regulations.
 

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