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Wallenius Wilhelmsen’s Fourth And Last Energy Efficient HERO Vessel Sets Sail

The vessel was delivered by Tianjin Xingang Shipbuilding and is the last in the series of four HERO-vessels contracted already in June 2013.

fourth, and last, HERO vessel, MV NABUCCO has started her journey towards Europe
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MV Nabucco has the capacity of 7700 vehicles and like her sister vessels Tannhauser, Titus and Traviata, she is designed with energy efficiency in mind.

fourth, and last, HERO vessel, MV NABUCCO has started her journey towards Europe
Image Credits: Wallenius Marine

“I am very happy with Nabucco setting sail, providing sorely needed capacity on the fleet side. This also marks a shift in our history, because it is the last vessel delivered based on conventional fuel technology.

door of fourth, and last, HERO vessel, MV NABUCCO has started her journey towards Europe -
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This was the most sustainable vessel at that time, and while we now look to next-generation energy solutions, HERO class and Nabucco still represent green advantages compared to other vessel designs. The HERO vessels will continue to be a core part of our competitive advantage in the high & heavy and breakbulk market”, says EVP and COO Shipping Services, Erik Noeklebye.

Reference: walleniuswilhelmsen.com

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