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CMA CGM orders 22 new vessels

Order includes a mix of LNG and VLSFO-powered vessels.

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The CMA CGM Group has announced a new contract with China’s CSSC Group for 22 newbuild container vessels.

 

The order includes:

  • 6 LNG-powered containerships with a capacity of 13,000 TEU
  • 6 LNG-powered containerships with a capacity of 15,000 TEU.
  • 10 VLSFO-powered containerships with a capacity of 5,500 TEU.

“This order aims at accommodating market growth. These vessels are expected to join the Group’s fleet between 2023 and 2024,” CMA CGM said.

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