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CCS showcases its outstanding achievements made together with the industry

Date:2017-12-25 10:03:05.0

On Dec. 6, the second day of the Marintec China 2017, CCS signed agreements with several industry partners, continuously expanding, deepening its cooperation with the industry.

Action 1 Signing of four-party cooperation agreement
CCS, the Municipal Government of Zhuhai, Wuhan University of Technology and Zhuhai Yunzhou Intelligent Technology Co Ltd held the four-party agreement signing ceremony at CCS booth, jointly signing an agreement to carry out project cooperation in development and testing of small un-manned cargo ship. The cooperation will bring together the four parties’ comprehensive advantages in “policy, production, research and application” to carry out the following key works:
1. Establish standard marine testing ground for un-manned ships;
2. Construction and operation of 500 dwt unmanned cargo carrier. The unmanned cargo carrier is expected to put into operation in 2019 and has symbolic significance for verification of applicability of international convention for unmanned ships. It will also actively explore key technology such as new energy application and self-adaptive navigation based on Beidou system.
3. Promote the formulation of technical standards and rules for operation of unmanned cargo carriers.

Action 2 Signing technical cooperation framework agreement with MAN
The signing is the renewal of the technical cooperation framework agreement signed in 2013. The two parties have been in friendly cooperation in ship technology over many years. The renewal of the agreement is a further expansion of cooperation field taking into account the current development of ship technology. The two parties will carry out all-around cooperation in ship design and ship type research and development, ship propulsion and dynamic system , automation, environment protection and energy-saving technology, intelligent ship, battery solutions and technical training. 

Action 3 CCS awarded AIP certificate for hybrid power tug to Wartsila
CCS awarded AIP certificate to Wartsila ship design Singapore Co.Ltd. for the duel fuel/diesel and electricity hybrid power tug. In recent years, the hybrid power technology, by adopting several power sources or different fuel types and combining their respective advantages, has become a favored choice by the industry. It not only reduces emission, but also reduces energy consumption. The tug put emphasis on environmental sustainability and operation efficiency in its design with much lower designed oil consumption than the traditional tug. It complies with the requirements of CCS rules and reflects its characteristics of energy-saving and emission reduction, satisfying with the increasingly strict requirements for environment protection.


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