Wallenius Wilhelmsen MeOH-fuelled roros will be NH3 ready

Wallenius Wilhelmsen Shaper class roro

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Wallenius Wilhelmsen’s newly ordered Shaper Class roros demonstrate the company’s commitment to combat climate change.

All new investments will contribute to Wallenius Wilhelmsen’s net-zero agenda, and in line with that ambition, the company has signed a letter of intent for delivery of four 9,350 CEU MeOH-capable and NH3-ready vessels along with individual options for an additional eight vessels. Designed in collaboration with Deltamarin, the vessels will be delivered from mid-2026 by Jinling Shipyard (Jiangsu).

Wallenius Wilhelmsen envisages three waves of change. The first will involve biofuels, followed by MeOH and then NH3 after its probable scaling which is expected to happen about 10 years from now.

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