Zim and Seaspan strike yet another deal for LNG-fueled newbuilds

Container carrier Zim has struck another deal with shipowner Zim for LNG newbuilds. The two parties have thus announced orders for a total of 20 LNG-powered container vessels.

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After striking another deal with shipowner Seaspan, Israeli container carrier Zim is set to add more LNG-powered container vessels to its fleet in the years ahead.

Zim and Seaspan have entered a long-term charter agreement that encompasses a total of ten vessels, all equipped to sail on liquefied natural gas (LNG). The vessels will have a capacity of 7,000 teu each and be equipped with dual-fuel engines, enabling them to sail on LNG as well.

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