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Coscol makes another icy trip

July 25 - Coscol's multipurpose vessel Yong Sheng has made its third voyage via the Northeast Passage, delivering wind turbine blades from China's Port of Tianjin to the UK.

In 2013, Yong Sheng became the first Chinese cargo ship to travel via the Arctic shipping route. It made its second journey in 2015 (http://www.heavyliftpfi.com/news/cosco-repeats-arctic-voyage.html).

Coscol said that Yong Sheng will continue to be deployed in the Arctic route, while at least two more of the company's multipurpose vessels will begin sailing via the Northeast Passage.


www.coscol.com.cn

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