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SCHIFFSTECHNIK | SHIP TECHNOLOGY ing front in recent years, have been busy ordering container ships again – also in China. One example is the Bunnemann family. Back in May, the Asiatic/Atlantic Lloyd shipping group announced one of the first newbuilding orders from Germany. In addition to the two Post-Panamax units with 7,100 TEU each that were firmly ordered from DSIC in China at the time, options for two identical ships were agreed – and have now been redeemed. In the design, special attention had been paid to efficiency and the use of alternative fuels. With a length of 255 m and a width of 42.8 m, the new freighters are to be given the class notation »Ammonia Fuel Ready«. MAN’s engines can run on both conventional and bio-fuels and could be converted to »green ammonia« by means of minor modifications in order to be able to operate with zero CO 2 emissions in the future. The Briese Group from Leer is also active. Four container feeders with 1,800 TEU have been ordered from Huanghai Shipbuilding. This doubles the number of container ships ordered. Only two months ago, Briese had ordered four somewhat larger units with 1,930 TEU from CSSC in China. The Vega shipping company from Hamburg, managed by the Brügge family, returned to the Yangfan shipyard in China with newbuilding orders after years of abstinence. Four feeder ships with a capacity of 1,868 TEU each were ordered. The decisive factor was the fast delivery time: The newbuildings are all scheduled for completion as early as 2022. The shipping company Nordic Hamburg ordered »LNG ready« container ships for which there is already a longterm charter. A total of three ships, each with a capacity of 1,400 TEU, will be built in China. The order was inked with the Penglai Zhongbai Jinglu shipyard, with deliveries scheduled for late 2023 and 2024. The newbuildings are similar to those sailing for the Finnish shipping company Containerships – a subsidiary of the French group CMA CGM. However, they are not equipped with LNG propulsion from the outset, but are fitted with a dual-fuel engine and are thus considered »LNG ready«. Tankers and Bulkers The Schoeller Group also decided to build new ships. In April, two 2,700 TEU newbuildings were ordered, later two more were added. The order from Schoeller’s subsidiary Green World went to the Guangzhou Wenchong shipyard at a price of $ 32 million each. All four newbuildings are scheduled for delivery between mid-2023 and March 2024. In addition to the four 2,700 TEU vessels, Green World has ordered as many 1,930 TEU Bangkokmax feeders (including options) from Guangzhou for $ 26 million each, to be ready by 2023. Chinese shipyards also received orders from Germany in other segments. Hartmann Reederei from Leer FULL STEAM AHEAD. The high-performance butterfly valve HP 114. The double-eccentric design of the flanged butterfly valve guarantees reliable sealing with aggressive media such as oil and chemicals and withstands extreme temperature loads. 52 HANSA – International Maritime Journal 12 | A 2021 Bröer Group company |

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