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Good Start and New Record in the Year of the Rabbit, Successful and Quick Delivery of Berge Bulk Series EGCS


On January 26, 2023, the EGCS produced by ContiOcean and installed on " BERGE SNAEFELL "of Berge Bulk completed its sea trial in Zhoushan, China, and all indicators fully met the specification requirements of the International Maritime Organization (IMO) MEPC (68) - Scheme B. 

This project ushered latest design of ContiOcean, which can dramatically reduce EGCS refitting period for shipowners. And it is the second set of EGCS delivered by ContiOcean to Berge Bulk, which only took 13 days to finish the installation,commissioning and delivery, based upon 15 days of the first project BERGE PHAN XI PANG, also overcame difficulties of “COVID-19“,spring festival, weather effect ,etc. The period is a new record for ContiOcean’s delivery history. It condensed big efforts and reflected contract spirit of  ContiOcean, highly recognized by the Owner, the Classification Society and the Shipyard.

The New year, the new beginning, ContiOcean Group will continue to focus on the development and research of marine and offshore environment protection solutions, to deeply cultivate the fields of marine and offshore environment protection solutions, marine clean energy applications, and smart shipping. At present, based on the performance of more than 200 sets of the EGCS, ContiOcean Group has developed the products including the de-carbonization system developed based on the ContiOcean exhaust gas clean system, LNG/LEG-fuel gas supply system, methanol/LPG/ammonia-LFSS fuel supply system, LNG/LPG/LCO2/ammonium-cargo handling system,etc.

We,ContiOcean, will do our best to contribute to the global marine environmental protection!

Berge Bulk – one of the world’s leading independent dry bulk owners – has an outstanding reputation for the safe, efficient, and sustainable delivery of commodities around the world.  Berge Bulk owns and manages a fleet of over 80 vessels, equating to more than 14 million DWT. The fleet ranges from handy-size to cape-size to some of the largest vessels ever built – serving the major miners, steel mills and charterers of the world.