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Taiwan's Wan Hai invests in 3,036- and 2,038-TEUers

WAN Hai previously ordered eight 3,036-TEU ships from Japan Marine United (JMU) in 2018, with four already delivered and 12 more 2,038 TEU ships on order at China's Huangpu Wenchong Shipbuilding, reports Singapore's Splash 247 Wan Hai has been incredibly aggressive on the secondhand market, having acquired six ships during December alone

01 February 2021 - 19:00
WAN Hai previously ordered eight 3,036-TEU ships from Japan Marine United (JMU) in 2018, with four already delivered and 12 more 2,038 TEU ships on order at China's Huangpu Wenchong Shipbuilding, reports Singapore's Splash 247

Wan Hai has been incredibly aggressive on the secondhand market, having acquired six ships during December alone.



The company has also spent $109 million to build 37,000 containers to meet growing demand.



Wan Hai currently operates 124 ships with 69 self-owned and 55 chartered ships. The ships have a total capacity of 333,000 TEU, making it the 11th largest line in the world.


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