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Ace arrival at Vancouver USA

The port of Vancouver USA has welcomed Mitsui OSK Line’s (MOL) ro-ro vessel Orca Ace on its maiden voyage.

Built in Japan, Orca Ace measures 656 ft (199.9 m) long and has a deadweight capacity of 15,495 tonnes. Designed to transport automobiles and ro-ro cargoes, the vessel features a specially designed hull shape and an improved two-stroke engine to help reduce carbon emissions.

The vessel will sail to other ports on the US West Coast before arriving at its final destination in San Diego, California.

www.mol.co.jp

www.portvanusa.com

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