NYK orders large LNG-fuelled car carrier

Mr Takaya Soga, managing corporate officer of NYK, attended the keel laying ceremony for the new LNG-fuelled PCTC on 20 September.

Japan’s NYK Line has placed an order for an LNG-fuelled pure car and truck carrier (PCTC). The 200 metre-long vessel is expected to become the world’s largest LNG-fuelled PCTC when it enters service, with the capacity to carry up to 7,000 cars.

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