CSSC Engine, a subsidiary of China State Shipbuilding Corporation, successfully signed a contract with China Merchants Industry Holdings Co., Ltd., a PCTC shipbuilder, to supply methanol dual-fuel engines for the world’s first two 9,300 CEU methanol dual-fuel pure car and truck carriers (PCTCs) project.
The order comes with an option for the supply of four more similar engines.
The firm said the order for S60ME-C10.5-LGIM-EGRBP main engine came after the order for methanol-fuelled engines, 6G50ME-C9.6-LGIM+EGR, by Guangzhou Shipyard International.
CSSC Engine’s methanol dual-fuel engine orders will be delivered to customers in the second half of 2024.
The company said it is the earliest low-speed engine manufacturer in China with continuous and batch delivery capabilities.
“CSSC Engine actively promotes the transformation and development of the power equipment industry and has a full range of production and manufacturing service capabilities in the fields of LNG, methanol and other green, environmentally friendly, and low-carbon engines,” it added.
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Photo credit: China State Shipbuilding Corporation
Published: 9 May, 2023
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