The departure of one of our mega freight ferries from Jinling Shipyard is a story that we have told before, and will be telling four times again. However, we are still exited to, once again, bring one of the largest freight ferries to the Mediterranean Sea.
Two days ago, she was delivered to DFDS, and just this morning she departed for Singapore and is expected to arrive on Thursday.
“The delivery went smooth and we had a small session on board Thursday afternoon, celebrating the event in beautiful weather together with the crew, the site team and our broker BRS. All in all a good day for the project and for DFDS. The vessel is now on the way to Singapore and is reporting that things are working well onboard.
In Singapore IT and Peter Guldager, Senior Purchasing Manager, will be ready to support installation of IT equipment/network and owners deliveries/stores/spare parts and provision” says Jens Peter Baltsersen, Senior Project Manager.
Even though, she currently sails under “Belgia Seaways”, her name will be changed in accordance with our principle of naming our Mediterranean ships after UNESCO heritage sites in Turkey.
The hard-working site team at the Jinling Shipyard that supervises the construction of our vessels
May 10, 2019