Let us introduce our new cape size bulker “T-CORE”, recently developed to be a core part of the global marine transport. T is the initial for Tsuneishi, and the acronym CORE stands for “For Customer’s Operation, Revenue, and Environment & Safety”. This phrase is based on the development concept; “a core force in the customer’s businesses”. The number 180 in the name “T-CORE180” refers to its size of 180,000 DWT.
|Length over all×Breadth×Depth||less than 291.9m×45m×24.5m||Draft||18.04m|
|Cargo Capacity||200,000㎥||Service speed||14.8knots|
A crude oil tanker in the 100,000 tonne (dead-weight capacity) class that realises high profitability in international maritime transport.
Leveraging our proprietary environmental technology, this vessel constitutes a significant advance in fuel economy performance over existing tankers. Boasting both a large dead-weight capacity and high cargo capacity, it is incredibly versatile.
|Length over all×Breadth×Depth||abt. 243.8m×42m×21.25m||Draft||14.55m|
|Cargo Capacity||126,000㎥||Service speed||15.0knots|
A wooden chip carrier equipped with a cargo hold divided into six sections and hatch openings fitted with end-folding type hatch covers. Sporting a significant improvement of approximately 20% in fuel economy performance over our existing vessels, this ship is gentle on the environment.
|Length over all×Breadth×Depth||abt. 199.9m×32.2m×22.85m||Draft||11.52m|
|Cargo Capacity||101,940㎥||Service speed||14.5knots|
Equipped with independent cargo pump systems for each tank, this tanker is designed to carry not only refined petroleum products but also light chemical cargo such as liquid chemicals. Broader than the previous Panamax model, and with a high cargo capacity, it retains its large dead-weight capacity even with shallow draft restrictions.
|Length over all×Breadth×Depth||less than 228m×38.0m×19.3m||Draft||13.3m|
|Cargo Capacity||92,000㎥||Service speed||14.5knots|