IHI Shipbuilding Unit Fills Out Green Lineup

Monday, December 06, 2010

According to a report from The Nikkei, IHI Marine United Inc. has developed a tanker and bulk carrier that reportedly emits 30% less carbon dioxide than its existing offerings. The IHI Corp. subsidiary modified the bow design to reduce wave resistance and boosted the efficiency of the screw propeller.

(Source: The Nikkei)

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