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03 October 2014

KNUD E. HANSEN’S award winning design thinks outside the box

Article from Shipbuilding Industy

Say the word “RoRo” to most people and they will automatically assume that you are talking about a vessel that carrie wheeled cargo such as cars, trains or trucks and trailers loaded onto the vessel via the stern. Danish Naval Architect, KNUD E. HANSEN, have come up with a design that is more flexible, more efficient and is also an award winner. ShipBuilding Industry’s Tom Scott spoke to the company’s Senior Naval Architect, Christian Damsgaard, to get the low down.

Headlines in article:

  • There are no lanes or dedicated areas for special cargo. The vessel is optimised for fast and flexible loading and unloading procedures
  • Efficiency & flexibility
  • Fuel saver
  • Tailor-made solutions

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