Changing the face of short-sea shipping

Samskip Sea Shuttle

Source: Samskip

Samskip and Cochin Shipyard Ltd have begun construction of their next generation zero-emission shortsea container vessel - The Samskip SeaShuttle.

The first of two contracted vessels, the ship will be the first zero emission short sea container vessel in the world to use green hydrogen as a fuel - it’s destined to create green corridors between the European continent and the Scandinavian region.

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