Fire-ravaged container ship back in new eco-design

Fire-ravaged MSC Flaminia, which has spent time at Danish shipyard Fayard as well as the Daewoo yard in Romania, has now been resurrected as an eco-design vessel.

Container ship MSC Flaminia, which was seriously damaged in July 2012 following fires and explosions during a journey on the Atlantic ocean, has now been resurrected as a modern eco-design vessel, says German carrier Reederei NSB - who headed the comprehensive renovation project - in a statement.

In early February this year Danish clean-tech company Nord, formerly Kommunekemi, completed the clean-up and detoxification work on the 6,750 teu container ship. The job was performed in collaboration with Fayard, ISS and HJ Hansen at Fayard's dock facilities at the Lindoe shipyard in Munkebo, Denmark, and the total value of the job came to more than USD 18 million.

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