China’s Cosco Shipyard on Saturday began transport of a floating production, storage and offloading (FPSO) vessel to the North Sea where it will be used to produce oil in the UK’s Western Isles Development Project.
COSCO SHIPPING’s m/v Kang Sheng Kou safely loads pipelay barge in Singapore.
COSCO SHIPPING Specialized Carriers’ new 98,000dwt m/v Xin Guang Hua safely loads her maiden cargo consisting of barges with modules.
Purpose built and delivered from the COMEC shipyard in Guangzhou, the m/v Xin Guang Hua is the largest of the COSCO semi-submersible fleet and second largest semi-submersible vessel in the world. She features an unobstructed deck space of up to 211m by 68m and is fully redundant including industry leading DP2 systems. The m/v Xin…
COSCO Shipping Co. Ltd. (COSCOL) has been awarded a transportation and logistics contract. The contract was signed by representatives of all parties on September 27th, 2016 in Astana, Kazakhstan. Part of the work under the contract will be subcontracted to COSCOL’s Korean Partners, namely Dongbang Transport Logistics Co., Ltd., Hanjin Transportation Co., Ltd., CJ Korea…
COSCOL’s Xiang Yun Kou safely discharges Yamal LNG modules in Zeebrugge, Belgium.
COSCOL’s Xiang Rui Kou departs Singapore loading with Det Norske’s Ivar Aasen platform deck. For more information and video of the sail away, visit the Det Norske website (http://www.detnor.no).
COSCOL’s 98,000t DWT newbuilding semi-submersible vessel “Guang Hua Kou” was successfully launched on April 28th at Guangzhou Shipyard International (GSI). The “Guang Hua Kou” will be one of the largest vessels of its type when delivered end of this year.
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