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28 January 2020 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 20:12 GMT+1

October 8, 2019

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Evergreen confirmation the order to Samsung Heavy Industries for six portacontainer from 23.764 teu

The store clerk has a total value of 920 million dollars

The company of Evergreen navigation of Taipei has confirmed the order to the South Korean ship yard Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI) for the construction of six portacontainer of the ability to 23.000 teu to which soon orders to the Chinese yard Jiangnan Shipyard (Group) Co would have to be added. for others two new ships of the same ability(on 10 September 2019).

SHI has announced that the store clerk for the six portacontenitori has a total value of 920 million dollars and that the new ships, long 400 meters and wide 33,2 meters, will be able to transport until 23.764 teu, little advanced ability to that of the MSC Gülsün that currently, with an ability to 23.756 teu, is the portacontainer larger of the world and is delivered by SHI to the Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC) last July.

Emphasizing that with a orderbook of 14 portacontenitori from 23.000 teu SHI it is the chosen ship yard from the market for its competitiveness in the construction of ships of large-capacity and quality, a spokesman of Samsung Heavy Industries has specified that "it previews that the question of portacontainer hooligan-large will continue to grow since the total shipowners have reduced the costs through economies of scale".

SHI has announced that today the value of the acquired orders from the company from the beginning of this year turns out of 5,1 billion dollars, number pairs to 65% of the objective for entire the 2019 fixed one in 7,8 billion dollars.

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