Seaspan Ship Management has selected Alfa Laval to help resolve steam balance and redundancy issues connected to sulphur-compliant fuels.
Seaspan’s global fleet now approaches one million TEU, with a total fleet size of approximately 975,000 TEU.
Seaspan announced that it has agreed to purchase a fleet of six containerships (the “Acquired Vessels”) for approximately $380 million in cash.
HaiSea Marine and Seaspan ULC, announced the signing of a contract award with LNG Canada to design, build and operate escort tugs and harbor tugs required for LNG Canada’s LNG export facility in Kitimat, British Columbia
These two innovative 149-metre vessels will join Seaspan’s fleet with 1,034 lane metres and have 209m3 LNG storage onboard as well as 2 megawatt hours of battery capacity.
As part of the Government’s recapitalization plan for the Coast Guard, Seaspan Shipyards will design and build 16 Multi-Purpose Vessels.
Seaspan Ferries announced that it will be adding two new LNG – Battery hybrid ferries to its fleet in 2021. The vessels will be constructed by Damen Shipyards Gorinchem B.V. at their Mangalia Shipyard in Romania.
Seaspan announced a framework agreement (the”Agreement”) for strategic cooperation with COSCO SHIPPING Energy Transportation Co., Ltd.
Seaspan Corporation (“Seaspan”) announced that it has prepaid a credit facility which was secured by eight of its vessels.