China Shipyard Delivers Bulk Carrier

Press Release
Friday, October 26, 2012
Delivery Ceremony: Photo credit CICJS

The 47, 500 dwt bulk carrier 'You Hao 1' delivered by China Shipping Industry (Jiangsu) Co., Ltd. (CICJS).

The bulk carrier for Shanghai Friendship Shipping was the first to be built by this shipbuilder and was delivered at the No.1 outfitting quay of CIC Changxing shipyard.

The ceremony was hosted by Mr. Wang Yiling, the Executive Director of CICJS. The Secretary of the Party Committee of China Shipping Industry (CIC) Zhang Yibing extended a welcome address and Mr. Dong Wenxue, the Chairman of the Board of Shanghai Friendship Shipping responded with an address on behalf of the owner.

Notables present at the ceremony jointly cut the ribbon at the naming and delivery ceremony for the new ship. Mr. Wang Yundan named the vessel and broke the champagne bottle against the You Hao 1.

Principal particulars:

Length overall: 199.99 m
Breadth moulded: 32.26 m
Depth moulded: 16.2m
Service speed: 13 knots

 

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