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ContiOcean Group is headquartered in Shanghai and has 6 subsidiaries. ContiOcean is a leading corporation specialized in Desulfurization product, Clean energy solution, Conventional marine equipment and Cruise ship accessories. After years of rapid development, ContiOcean has established cooperation relationship with many domestic and internationally reputed companies like ABB, EPS, GENCO, FPMC etc.
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ABB & ContiOcean Group jointly layout intelligent equipment industry

On October 20, 2020, in the golden autumn season, ABB Drive headquarters in Beijing. Ma Bingwen, general manager of ABB Drive heavy industry, warml...

Worth over 100 million, ContiOcean Environment has been awarded 7 sets EGCS orders for large Container Ships

On August 8, 2020, good news came. After five orders of 14800 TEU had been obtained by ContiLashing last month, ContiOcean Environment, a subsidiar...

The EGCS for "FPMC B KINGDOM" has successfully delivered

At 4:00 p.m. on August 5, 2020, ContiOcean Group has successfully delivered the EGCS to Formosa Plastics Marine Corp. (FPMC) on M/V "FPMC B KINGDOM...

Intelligent China Made by ContiOcean

   ——ContiOcean Group has delivered   60 sets of EGCS to customers On June 6, 2020, the sea trial of ...

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Höegh LNG seeks long-term FSRU contract coverage

Höegh LNG seeks long-term FSRU contract coverage In what is seen as a first for the market Oslo-based company says gas is cur...

LNG backers say methane can be managed

LNG backers say methane can be managed Methane slip from LNG fuel is a problem to be managed and should not stop shipping using LNG ...

MISC upbeat on petroleum shipping business

MISC upbeat on petroleum shipping business MISC cited fewer deliveries and growing long-haul prospects, as well as demand growth from sulphur...

Australia cracks down on container handling after spate of losses

Australia cracks down on container handling after spate of losses A recent string of containers lost overboard in Australian waters has led to p...

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