Eastern Pacific Shipping Books More Car Carriers at Jinling

A car carrier vessel
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Eastern Pacific Shipping, based in Singapore, has returned to China Merchants Jinling Shipyard with a deal to build 2 new dual-fuel car carriers. 

The company currently has more than 70 newbuild projects on its books and has also signed for LNG-powered 199.9m long ships which will be able to transport 7,000+ units each, as well as being estimated to cut emissions by 30%. 

Currently, no price has been revealed for the latest EPS contract. The contract should lift the Idan Ofer company’s firm orders for car carriers to 12. 

The Nanjing shipyard has delivered 3 PCTCs to EPS already.