Asian breakthrough cement carrier order for Royal Bodewes

A rendering of a new self-discharging cement carrier that will be built by Royal Bodewes for Taiwan-based ship owner and operator U-Ming.

Source: Royal Bodewes

Taiwanese shipowner and operator U-Ming Marine has ordered a 7,750dwt cement carrier from Netherlands-based shipyard Royal Bodewes. The order marks the first time Royal Bodewes has been awarded the contract to build a vessel for an Asian partner.

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