WE Tech Solutions Secures Orders For New Container Vessels

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  • WE Tech Solutions Oy has been selected to deliver energy solutions, specifically variable speed shaft generators, for eight large container vessels that will be constructed in Japanese shipyards.
  • The contracts for these energy solutions have been signed with Mitsui & Co., Ltd., one of Japan’s largest trading houses.
  • The order includes four 5,800 TEU methanol dual-fuel container vessels, which will be built by Tsuneishi Shipbuilding Ltd., and are owned by Japanese-controlled shipowners.
  • WE Tech will equip these vessels with its Solution One, comprising a shaft generator and the WE Drive, which includes an efficient energy management system.
  • WE Tech will equip these vessels with its Solution One, comprising a shaft generator and the WE Drive, which includes an efficient energy management system.

WE Tech Solutions to Equip Maersk Vessels

WE Tech Solutions Oy (“WE Tech”) has the honor to deliver energy solution orders consisting of variable speed shaft generators for eight large container vessels built at Japanese shipyards. The contracts are signed with one of Japan’s largest trading houses, Mitsui & Co., Ltd.

The eight vessels, including four 5,800 TEU methanol dual fuel container vessels built at Tsuneishi Shipbuilding Ltd., are ordered and to be owned by Japanese-controlled shipowners and to be time chartered out to, one of the largest container operators, A.P. Møller-Mærsk A/S (“Maersk”). WE Tech will contribute to the Japanese shipyards materializing the concept of innovative eco-friendly container vessels for the greener future of the Japanese shipping industry.

Maersk will utilize WE Tech’s Solution One consisting of the shaft generator and WE Drive with its efficient energy management system.

Mårten Storbacka, CEO of WE Tech, highlights the significance of these orders: “These are important orders that provide a win-win situation for all parties involved. WE Tech Solutions provides green, efficient energy solutions not only shaping the future of the Japanese shipbuilding industry but also rendering the Maersk fleet emission-free.”

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Source: wetech.fi