K” LINE’s Pioneering Environmental Vision


“K” LINE and NIHON SHIPYARD have inked a deal for three environmentally friendly, post-Panamax bulkers, part of “K” LINE’s “Corona-series.” These 92-type coal carriers aim to transport coal to Japanese power plants efficiently. The vessels, meeting Phase 3 of EEDI standards, plan a 40% CO2 emissions reduction through advanced design, main engine tech, and energy-saving features. The ships are also methanol-ready for a low environmental impact.

Vessel Specifications

  • Length: 229m
  • Beam: 38m
  • Depth: 19.65m
  • Full load draft: 14.20m
  • Deadweight ton: 92,000 MT
  • Holds/Hatches: 7/7

“K” LINE’s Environmental Commitment

Aligned with Environmental Vision 2050, “K” LINE aims for a 50% CO2 emissions efficiency improvement and net-zero GHG emissions by 2050. Plans include eco-friendly fuels, wind power propulsion, and active response to evolving environmental needs. The company pledges to contribute to sustainable development while enhancing corporate value and preserving the environment.

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