Sanfu Shipyard Launches 12000DWT Bulk Carrier Built for Denmark Owner

On April 15, 19#12000DWT MPC, being built for Denmark owner NORDANA, was launched successfully at SF shipyard.

The main particular as follows:

Length overall 138.50m

Length between perpendiculars 130.00m

Breadth moulded 21.00m

Depth to mail deck,moulede 11.00m

Design Draught 7.5m

Scantling Draught 8.00m

Dead-weight at scantling seawater draft of 8.00 meter 12580MT

Dead-weight on. 7.50 meter 11380MT

Containers 665TEU

Taizhou Sanfu Ship Engineering Co., Ltd is a robust large-scale ship-building company. As early as 2006, it was ranked as one of “Jiangsu Top 10 Shipbuilding Enterprises”. It also has been conferred with various honorary titles, such as “Jiangsu Top 100 Privately-owned Enterprises”,“Jiangsu Model Unit”,“Taizhou Top 30 Enterprises”,“Taizhou Top 10 Privately-owned Enterprises”,just to name a few。

The shipyard is on the golden waterway along Yangtze River, bordering first-class open port –Taizhou port on its north, Nantong city on its east, Yangzhou city on its west, and several big cities including Shanghai, Nanjing, suzhou and Wuxi city on its south across the Yangtze River. Dubbed as “Gateway to River and Sea”, it enjoys convenient land and water transportation thanks to its unique geographic location ,with 328 national highway, Beijing-Shanghai expressway, and expressway along Yangtze River passing through its surrounding areas. Established in 1985, Taizhou Sanfu Ship Engineering Co., Ltd, includes three factory areas, namely, Kou’an site, Yong’an site and Taixing site. Covering a total area of around 1.5 million square meters and more than 2000m of natural shoreline of Yangtze River, it is a perfect place for shipbuilding.

Source: SFshipyard, April 25, 2011.




 

 

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