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Lindenau Delivers Tanker

Lindenau GmbH recently delivered the Jian She 52, the second of two double hull oil tankers designed and built by the yard and ordered by China National Machinery, Import & Export Corp. The vessel was delivered to Shanghai Shipping (Group) Co. The two deliveries were part of a cooperation contract with Bremer Vulkan and MTW Schiffswerft GmbH, a contract for four tankers signed in 1993. The Jian She 52 and its sister vessel (delivered in May) are the first double hull oil tankers built by Lindenau for the People's Republic of China. They both belong to the "Lindenau Double Hull Tanker Class 2000," of which there are 150 different designs between the sizes of 3,000 and 40,000 dwt. The ship is powered by a MaK 6M 552G For more information on Lindenau Circle 182 on Reader Service Card




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