MAN to supply the engines of ten new container ships for Seaspan

Seaspan has ordered ten new container vessels set to be equipped with two-stroke engines of the type ME-GI from MAN Energy Solutions. The new ships will be built in China, and the order includes an option for another five engines.

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Engine developer MAN Energy Solutions has won an order for ten engines for the same number of container ships ordered by the world's largest shipowner, Seaspan Corporation, from Yangzijiang Shipbuilding Group in China.

According to a press release from MAN, these are ten two-stroke engines of the type MAN B&W 7G80ME-C10.5-GI, which are set to be installed in ten container vessels each of 7,000 teu.

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