Danish marine pump specialist Svanehøj has won an order from China’s Jiangsu New Yangzi Shipbuilding to produce gasoline pump techniques for 15 new build dual-fuel LNG container vessels (7000 TEU).
Svanehøj is supplying fuel pump systems for 15 dual-fuel LNG container vessels – Image courtesy of Svanehøj.
The 30 deepwell gas pumps might be delivered between August 2022 and January 2024.
This is one of Svanehøj’s largest LNG fuel-related orders thus far. It can additionally be the second LNG gas pump systems order that Jiangsu New Yangzi Shipbuilding has positioned with Svanehøj in the final 12 months. In July 2021, Svanehøj signed a contract to supply deepwell pumps for 10 dual-fuel LNG container vessels (15 000 TEU).
Svanehøj quadrupled gross sales of its patented deepwell gasoline pumps in 2021, and says there are numerous indications that sales might enhance even further in 2022.
“Until a few years in the past, using LNG as a marine gas was restricted to LNG carriers and smaller ships. But we are now seeing a sharp improve in fuel pump orders for deep sea vessels such as container ships and automotive carriers,” stated Johnny Houmann, chief gross sales officer at Svanehøj. “We have been chosen as the supplier of fuel pump systems for over 50% of the dual-fuel LNG container vessels ordered globally in 2020–21. And เกจวัดแก๊สlpg aim to increase our market share additional within the coming years.”
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