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“INOXCVA” proud to be associated with TGE Marine’s projects for LNG marine fuel gas systems

“INOXCVA” proud to be associated with TGE Marine’s projects for LNG marine fuel gas systems

INOXCVA has been awarded orders to supply the LNG Storage Tanks & installation of equipment in the tank connection space of LNG Fuel Gas packages by TGE Marine Germany.

The new contracts are for the supply of 6 Units of 770 M3  LNG Tanks for the Crowley Maritime Corporation’s  two ConRo ships (2400 TEU) to be built at VT Halter Marine Shipyard in the USA.

These units are fully shop-built Double Walled Vacuum  Insulated  Type  “C”  Tanks and would be built under strict compliance of DNV rules/IGC Code, ASME ‘U’ Stamp and with US Coast Guard approval. The tanks will be shipped in ready to install condition from INOXCVA’s world class, state of the art facilities located in Kandla Special Economic Zone, India directly to the VT Halter Marine Shipyard in USA.

The first contract is for Rolls Royce Marine AS project involving the conversion of an Oil Tanker to Natural Gas Fuel under BV Class. The contract consists of 155 m3 capacity two systems for LNG Marine Fuel Gas Units. 

“INOXCVA is proud to be associated with TGE Marine for these prestigious projects and is fully geared to take up the increasing opportunities coming from North America, Europe and Far East markets. We look forward to the exciting times ahead that both the companies see together in this segment” says Vijay Kalaria - Asst. Vice President at INOXCVA responsible for this business.

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