Stena orders new vessels from Chinese shipyard

Stena Line has utilized options to build two additional ferries in China, while Stena RoRo has also taken an option to build more new vessels at the Chinese shipyard.

Two Stena carriers have landed agreements with a Chinese shipbuilding yard. The two carriers in question are Stena Line, which has utilized an option on two vessels, while Stena RoRo has taken options on four new vessels. All from the same Chinese shipyard Avic Weihai Shipyard, according to an announcement.

Stena Line has ordered its seventh and eighth vessel in the E-Flexer series, which will join the line's route network in 2022 upon delivery.

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