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SCHIFFSTECHNIK | SHIP TECHNOLOGY Leer-based Hartmann group – active also in the gas shipping sector, ordered three newbuildings has launched a second newbuilding programme for gas tankers. The company has signed an order with Yangzijiang Shipbuilding in China (Jiangsu Province) for three LPG/ammonia tankers with a cargo capacity of 40,000 m3 each. The vessels will be built by Yangzijiang’s joint venture company Yangzi-Mitsui and Japan’s Mitsui Engineering & Shipbuilding. They are part of a series of orders for a total of 14 ships that Yangzijiang Shipbuilding was able to land within a few weeks. These include container ships of various sizes, chemical © Hartmann tankers and bulk carriers. This is the second newbuilding programme for Hartmann Reederei within 15 months. In the spring of 2020, three smaller gas tankers with a capacity of 5,000 m3 each were ordered from CIMC Pacific Offshore Engineering. The Hamburg-based shipping company H. Vogemann expanded its newbuilding programme with two more Handysize bulkers from China. Vogemann had ordered four »Green Dolphin« vessels (40,500 tdw) from China in summer, adding to a series of newbuildings started two years ago. Now two options have been taken, brokers reported. These latest orders have also gone to the Yangfan Group. The first newbuildings in the series, which started in 2019, were built by Jiangsu New Yangzijiang before the shipping company switched to Yangfan and ordered four ships there in early summer. Part of the agreement at the time were also the two options that have now apparently been withdrawn. Only a couple of days later, four Kamsarmax newbuildings were ordered by Vogemann, to be built by Jiangsu Hantong. Bulker giant Oldendorff Carriers also inked newbuilding contracts in China. A series of eco Kamsarmaxes was ordered: five firm vessels and seven options. MPP and Heavylift Another order could soon come from the multipurpose sector. Shipowner Heinrich Schoeller is planning newbuildings for the subsidiary AAL Shipping. As the shipping veteran with roots in Hamburg confirmed to HANSA, he is negotiating with Guangzhou Wenchong in China for an order for four large MPP ships with 32,000 tdw and 3 x 350 t gears each. Accordingly, the first two vessels could be delivered in 2024 and the other two in the first half of 2025. In addition to the combined lifting capacity of 1,050 t, the new freighters will also be able to accommodate up to 2,000 TEU. MM Carsten Most Tel. 040/72003-120 | E-Mail: 54 HANSA – International Maritime Journal 12 | 2021

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