Chengxi Shipyard Holds Naming Ceremony for Two Self Unloading Vessels

Chengxi Shipyard Holds Naming Ceremony for Two Self Unloading Vessel

The naming ceremony of No.3 & No.4 35,500 DWT SUL Bulk Carriers built by Chengxi shipyard Co., Ltd for Canada Steamship Lines, was held at the Hengshan floating dock on Nov. 16, 2012.

The successful naming of No.3 and No.4 35,500 DWT self unloading vessel indicates the new building has entered a final crucial stage, which will move the building efficiency and speed for both ships upwards a new step.

After the No.3, 35,500 DWT SUL vessel was named into “Whitefish Bay” by Mrs. Diana DeRoche, the naming ceremony for No.4 35,500 DWT SUL vessel was held at ”Hengshan” floating dock. Mr. Louis Martel, President of CSL, made a speech, in which he wished both vessels a prompt delivery and good luck.

Besides, he considered the naming of No.4 35,500 DWT SUL vessel a miniature of win-win development between both companies, and CSL would continue to give their full trust to Chengxi Shipyard and promote senior cooperations.

Finally, the No.4 35,500 DWT SUL vessel was successfully named into “Baie Comeau” by Mrs. Laurence Martin.

Chengxi shipyard Co, November 22, 2012

 

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