Stena Bulk is working on a concept hybrid vessel

Stena Bulk is working on a ship fueled by carbon-free hydrogen that is capable of carrying both wet and dry cargoes as well as gas products. The ship's modular cargo units can be dropped off outside of ports to avoid congestions. The ship may hit the water in 2030, but the price remains unknown, CEO tells ShippingWatch.

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Swedish tanker shipping company Stena Bulk is working on the dream merchant vessel of the future.

The ship could potentially be as epoch-making for commercial dry and wet cargo shipping as the first container ships when they were introduced in the 1950s and started transporting goods using standardized containers aboard ships, thinks Stena Bulk.

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