China-based specialist engineering company Gloryholder Liquefied Gas Machinery (DL) Co. Ltd on Friday (3 April) said it has received eight orders for liquid natural gas (LNG) bunker fuel supply systems since January 2020.
The company shared that the eight LNG bunker fuel supply system orders are for:
Gloryholder adds at present, it has a total of 25 ships under construction where LNG fuel gas system orders include:
Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, the company says it is taking every measure to complete the orders while adhering to coronavirus prevention guidelines by setting up new working systems and protocols.
Photo credit: Gloryholder Liquefied Gas Machinery
Published: 8 April, 2020
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