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Finnish Shipping Firm Meriaura Orders Low-Emission Vessels from Royal Bodewes

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wrote by Raghib . (about a month ago)

https://www.marinelink.com/news/meriaura-orders-cargo-vessel-pair-royal-512968

Finnish shipping company Meriaura has confirmed its order for two Ecotrader cargo ships from Dutch shipyard Royal Bodewes. These vessels, scheduled for delivery in January and December 2026, will be constructed in Hoogezand.Measuring 105 meters in length and boasting a 1A ice classification, the 6750 deadweight tonnage (DWT) ships are meticulously designed to minimize emissions, aligning with Meriaura's commitment to sustainability. Notably, akin to the EcoCoaster vessels Eeva VG and Mirva VG, delivered in 2016, the newbuilds will utilize biofuel produced by Meriaura's subsidiary VG-Ecofuel.

 As the International Maritime Organization (IMO) aims for carbon-neutral shipping by 2050, Meriaura's climate strategy targets carbon neutrality in the 2030s. The investment for this initiative is supported by Oma Säästöpankki Turku, LähiTapiola Keskinäinen Vakuutusyhtiö, and Climate Fund. Additionally, Shipmanager, Meriaura's key partner, will play a crucial role in overseeing the construction and management of these eco-friendly vessels.

 

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