China: Repaired HS BIZET Leaves CIC Changxing Shipyard

MV HS BIZET which is managed by a German shipping company came for the repair at CIC Changxing Shipyard around mid March, 2012. The work scope included general dry-docking work, the renewal of engine room piping, valves, cargo hold cell guide, etc.

It was the third vessel coming to CIC-shipyards after the repair projects of MV ITAL ONORE, MV ITAL OCEANO repaired successfully by CIC-shipyards last year. During the repair period, continual rain fall in Shanghai gave a lot of troubles to the shipyard works to fulfill the repair work. But the shipyard made the proper arrangement, carried out the repair in both sunny days and rainy days, speeded up the repair process and overcame all difficulties. The vessel set sail two days ahead of the contracting schedule.

Vessel Particulars:

Gross tonnage: 38,320 tons

Summer DWT: 46,288 tons

Length: 246 m

Beam: 32 m

Draught: 11.5 m

Shipbuilding Tribune Staff, April 3, 2012;

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