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HSHI wins $1.3Bn order for seven ships

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Hyundai Samho Heavy Industries has received $1.3Bn worth of shipbuilding work covering seven ships, including six Very Large Container Ships and one Liquefied Natural Gas(LNG) carrier in the first week of January.
The six 15,000 TEU LNG-powered container ships will be delivered gradually to European-based shipping company CMA CGM beginning in the first half of 2024. These ships will meet the stringent IMO environmental regulations by being equipped with LNG dual fuel propulsion engines.
The 174,000m3 LNG carrier will be 289.9m long, 46.1m wide, and 26.3m high, and is scheduled to be delivered to Asia-based shipping company in the second half of 2024. Not only dual fuel propulsion engine, but various eco-friendly technologies such as LNG re-liquefaction technology are being used on this carrier.
Hyundai Samho Heavy Industries aims to win a total of $4.6Bn worth of orders this year, including 30 ships. With this order, it has already achieved nearly 30% of its goal.

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