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Philly Shipyard delivers second LNG-fuelled container vessel to Matson

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Philly Shipyard, Inc. (PSI), the sole operating subsidiary of Philly Shipyard ASA, has delivered the Kaimana Hila to Matson Navigation Company, Inc. (Matson).

Kaimana Hila is the second of two 3600 TEU Aloha Class containerships that were ordered by Matson. The first vessel, Daniel K. Inouye, was delivered by PSI in October 2018 and is currently in service for Matson.

“Today’s delivery marks the successful conclusion of the construction of the two largest container vessels ever built in the United States,” remarked Steinar Nerbovik, Philly Shipyard President and CEO. “Matson is a first-class customer and on behalf of all of the men and women of the shipyard, we thank them for their trust and confidence in us. By all measures, Kaimana Hila will be another wonderful addition to Matson’s fleet, servicing the containership trade between the US West Coast and Hawaii.”

Kaimana Hila is the 30th vessel built at Philly Shipyard in the company’s 20-year history. Measuring 850 ft long, it is built with dual fuel engines that can be adapted to use LNG and is designed to operate at speeds in excess of 23 knots.

Read the article online at: https://www.lngindustry.com/liquid-natural-gas/29032019/philly-shipyard-delivers-second-lng-fuelled-container-vessel-to-matson/

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