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Containerships performs first SINOPS with LNG

Containerships has performed its first simultaneous operations (SIMOPS) bunkering, which allows for the concomitant bunkering of LNG and execution of loading and unloading procedures

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Containerships performs first SINOPS with LNG

Containerships successfully carried out SIMOPS bunkering on its LNG-powered CONTAINERSHIPS NORD vessel in the Port of Rotterdam. The vessel thus became the first container carrier performing SIMOPS in Europe by means of “ship-to-ship” bunkering.

 

To ensure fluent and safe ship-to-ship bunkering, Containerships worked closely together with Shell, its bunker supplier, with the Port of Rotterdam and with the RST Terminal. The vessel received around 200 tons of LNG.

The SINOPS was performed at Rotterdam Shortsea Terminal
The SINOPS was performed at Rotterdam Shortsea Terminal

This achievement paves the way for this procedure to be performed on other LNG-powered vessels, including the recently delivered CONTAINERSHIPS POLAR, the sister ship of the CONTAINERSHIPS NORD.

 

Thanks to SIMOPS, the ship’s stay in the port can be reduced significantly and operational delays avoided. Therefore, transit times can be reduced, offering CMA CGM Group customers a highly reliable and fast connection between Northern Europe and the Baltics.

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