China: COSCO Dalian Shipyard Hands Over 30.000 DWT Vessel KRASZEWSKI

COSCO Corporation (Singapore) Limited, its subsidiary COSCO (Dalian) Shipyard Co., Ltd. (“COSCO Dalian”), has delivered a new build 30,000 DWT multipurpose heavy lift carrier KRASZEWSKI to its buyer.

The delivery documents were signed by and between COSCO Dalian and the buyer on 25 October 2011.

The heavy lift carrier measures 199.8 meters in LOA (length of all), 27.8 meters in breadth and 15.5 meters in depth. Classed by PRS, the KRASZEWSKI, has a draft of 10.3 meters and a navigation speed of 19.2 knots.

COSCO (DaLian) Shipyard is the largest shipyard in COSCO Shipyard Group. By the existing facilities, COSCO (DaLian) Shipyard can undertake more than 200 large-size ocean vessels’ repair and conversion annually and become the main base for ship repair, conversion and off shore marine engineering manufacture in North-East Asia. It has one world’s biggest DWT 300,000 floating dock, one DWT 180,000 dock, one DWT 80,000 dock and nine repair berths including DWT 300,000 wharf and 10,000t slipway.

Source: cosco, November 11, 2011

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