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Wan Hai Lines holds Ship Naming Ceremony for New Vessels 

March 28, 2024
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Wan Hai Lines holds Ship Naming Ceremony for New Vessels 

Taiwan - Wan Hai Lines held ship naming ceremonies for WAN HAI 370, WAN HAI 371 and WAN HAI 373 accompanied by a charity donation event today (26TH March) at Japan Marine United Corporation TSU Shipyard.

WAN HAI 370, WAN HAI 371 and WAN HAI 373 are three vessels in the series of 3,055 TEU containerships built by Japan Marine United Corporation TSU Shipyard. The ceremony was officiated jointly by Mr. CHEN PO-TING, Chairman of Wan Hai Lines, and Mr. NOBUYUKI NADA, President & CEO of Japan Marine United Corporation. Ms. YEH CHIEN-FANG, spouse of Mr. LAI RUNG-NIAN, Independent Director of Wan Hai Lines, Ms. LU YI-TSU, and Ms. CHEN HAO-KUN, christened these three vessels respectively during the ceremony.

Wan Hai Lines has ordered a third batch of 3,055TEU series vessels from Japan Marine United Corporation. This batch totals twelve (12) vessels. WAN HAI 370, WAN HAI 371 and WAN HAI 373 are the 6th, 7th and 9th vessels in this series of 3,055 TEU vessels. They are all built by Japan Marine United Corporation TSU Shipyard.

This vessel series uses LSFO (Low Sulfur Fuel Oil) and is equipped with new energy-saving equipment, it takes energy efficiency and environment friendly aspects into account. Besides, all the ships delivered are also certified with “Smart Ship” notations. These new smart vessels are part of Wan Hai’s efforts to pursue fleet upgrading and enhance our commitment to quality and eco-friendly shipping services.

In addition to naming the newbuilding, Wan Hai also made a charity donation of necessities to a charity organization in Tsu City, Japan – SATOYAMA GAKUIN. We hope our small contribution could help the local community and those in need. The charity donation represents part of Wan Hai Lines motto, “We carry, we care.”, as the company is committed to fulfill its corporate social responsibility, providing quality service to customers and bringing love to the society.

Disclaimer: This information has been collected through secondary research and Daily Shipping Times is not responsible for any errors in the same.

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