China Shipyard Delivers Another Bulk Carrier

Press Release
Tuesday, April 30, 2013

CIC Lixin Shipyard has named and delivered the 'MV Yangtze Oasis' to  New Yangtze Navigation (Hong Kong) Co., Ltd.

The new type of 34,000 dwt bulk carrier is the first to be built for these owners by CIC Lixin Shipyard.

MV Yangtze Oasis is of 179.9 m LOA and a breadth of 29.1 m and she successfully came through sea trials earlier this month.

China Shipping Industry Co., Ltd. Lixin Shipyard is located in the Shanghai gold waterway, on the Huangpu River. The company operates from three locations: in Pudong’s Sanlin, Donggou and Gaoqiao districts.
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