On 29th, May, COSCO (Zhoushan) Shipyard Co., Ltd. successfully named and delivered the 3rd 3600TEU ice-class container vessel VAYENGA MAERSK made for Maersk at the shipyard.
Attending the naming and delivery ceremony were Jan Kaergaard Lang, senior representative of Maersk, Zhou Jianhua, general manager of COSCO (Zhoushan) Shipyard Co., Ltd., Ao Wuping, assistant manager of COSCO (Zhoushan) Shipyard Co., Ltd., resident shipowner representatives, representatives from Lloyd's Register of Shipping as well as staff representatives of the company. Sanne Torno, the godmother, named the new vessel VAYENGA MAERSK and threw the blessing champagne for her.
Jan Kaergaard Lang in his speech praised the highly professional dedication of the staff members in the project construction group of COSCO (Zhoushan) Shipyard Co., Ltd. and appreciated the efforts made by the ship's manufacturer and Lloyd's Register of Shipping who created a high-quality product with excellent performance for their customers. Then, he expressed his wishes for the successful subsequent delivery of the 3600TEU container vessel.
Zhou Jianhua expressed gratitude to Maersk for its trust and support for COSCO (Zhoushan) Shipyard Co., Ltd. and believed that VAYENGA MAERSK , just as the VISTULA MAERSK, which was awarded as Danish Ship of the Year 2018 by Maritime Denmark Media Group, can gain profit for Maersk by virtue of its outstanding concept of green design, low carbon, environmental protection and adaptability on ice area. He believed that the shipyard will further its comprehensive cooperation with Maersk in the field of ship repair, modification and manufacture, marine engineering and manufacturing, so as to enhance friendships and provide the customers with better services and products with higher quality.
On 4th, May, Vistula Maersk, the first in the series of Seago Line's new ice-class vessels, is named as the Danish Ship of the Year 2018 on Danish Maritime Fair by virtue of its green design concept, low carbon, environmental protection, and adaptability in ice area as well as its excellent operating efficiency.
This type of ship has prominent performance in the operational phase, and can approximately save 20% of fuel consumption compared with the same type of container vessels.