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Report: Eastern Pacific Orders LPG Carrier Pair from Hyundai Mipo(marine crane;offshore crane)

lpg.pngThe company ordered the two 38,000 cbm LPG vessels for USD 49 million apiece, according to information provided by Asiasis.

Hyundai Mipo is scheduled to deliver the two newbuilds in late 2019 and mid 2020.

Each of the two 28,500 dwt ships will feature a length of 179.9 meters and a width of 28.4 meters, VesselsValue’s data shows.

World Maritime News contacted Eastern Pacific for more details on the order, however, the company is yet to reply.

Eastern Pacific manages bulkers, tankers, containerships and pure car and truck carriers (PCTCs). The company’s LPG carrier fleet currently comprises six vessels.

(marine crane;offshore crane)



1.jpgOUCO Marine/Offshore 360 degree full rotation Slewing hydraulic marine stiff boom crane

This kind of fixed boom crane is designed for general cargo handling and service onboard ships and offshore units. The cranes are available in various range and can be supplied according to customer requirements. The stiff boom cranes can be delivered within a broad range of certifications and numerous optional features. Stiff boom cranes, the boom type is fixed, are typically used in dock, on fixed installations and in harbor conditions with its stability. OUCO Marine/Offshore Stiff boom cranes are with low cost, easy operation and high efficiency on different working conditions.


 In certain situations a stiff boom crane even has a superior ability to reach over obstructions such as fences or walls where other cranes may fail.

 Not only are the important moving parts of the stiff boom protected inside the machinery, they are also less strained when lifting a load, as energy goes to its winch first, then to the lift cylinder, and then the actual crane structure.

Typical Applications: Service cranes, Hose handling cranes, Container and cargo handling cranes.