Ship Naming Ceremonies And Charity Donation Event

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  • Wan Hai Lines recently held ship naming ceremonies.
  • These vessels represent the 6th, 7th, and 9th ships in this series.
  • All ships in this series are certified with “Smart Ship” notations.

Wan Hai Lines recently held ship naming ceremonies for WAN HAI 370, WAN HAI 371, and WAN HAI 373 at Japan Marine United Corporation TSU Shipyard.

The event also included a charity donation event, underscoring the company’s commitment to philanthropy, reports EN Port News.

New Vessel Series

Japan Marine United Corporation TSU Shipyard constructed WAN HAI 370, WAN HAI 371, and WAN HAI 373 are part of a series of 3,055 TEU containerships.

This marks Wan Hai Lines’ order of a third batch of vessels, totaling twelve in this series.

Continued Collaboration with Japan Marine United Corporation

These vessels represent the 6th, 7th, and 9th ships in the series and demonstrate the ongoing partnership.

It between Wan Hai Lines and Japan Marine United Corporation TSU Shipyard.

The vessels are built to have a focus on energy efficiency and environmental sustainability, utilizing LSFO and new energy-saving equipment.

Smart Ship Certification and Fleet Upgrading

All ships in this series are certified with “Smart Ship” notations, highlighting Wan Hai Lines’ dedication to incorporating advanced technologies into its fleet.

These smart vessels signify the company’s commitment to fleet upgrading and delivering high-quality, eco-friendly shipping services.

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Source: EN Port News