Wärtsilä wins engine order for CMA's giant vessels

Wärtsilä will supply the engine for the first of CMA CGM's vessels in the container carrier's new series of ultra-large vessels of more than 20,000 teu.

Finnish Wärtsilä has entered into a deal with CMA CGM to supply an engine for the first of a total of three container ships in CMA CGM's new series of mega-vessels of more than 20,000 teu each, writes Wärtsilä in a press release

This concerns a two-stroke engine of the type X92, which will be provided by Wärtsilä's joint venture, WinGD, with CSSC - China State Shipbuilding Corporation, which was entered into in January of this year.

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