MV Zhong Ren 122 wraps up first semi-sub loading for JSI Alliance

MV Zhong Ren 122 wraps up first semi-sub loading for JSI Alliance

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In February this year, JSI Alliance’s deck carriers completed their first job. Now, only a couple of months later, one of the deck carriers, MV Zhong Ren 122, completed the first semi-submersible cargo operation for the Alliance. 

The MV Zhong Ren, owned by Shanghai Salvage (SSC) and long-term chartered by the JSI Alliance, loaded nine barges in Nantong, China, for Neptune Equipment. This is the first batch of floating cargoes after those two semi-submersible vessels joined the JSI fleet. Both parties are keen to analyze the details and improve the abilities of the crew and their system.

“The operation is an example of the collaboration between the SAL team and the crew of MV Zhong Ren 122, who managed to perform two shifts with varying drafts and trims within a single day, demonstrating the efficiency of the vessel’s ballast system,” the Alliance members said.

Read more: A new heavy-lift shipping alliance sees the light of day 

The handling of the barges, each with unique dimensions and weights, not only showcases the technical proficiency of the teams involved but also their ability to adapt and excel in the face of new challenges.

MV Zhong Ren 122 wraps up first semi-sub loading for JSI Alliance
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The largest block, including 5 barges, had impressive dimensions of 90.00 x 27.00 x 23.00 metres and a total weight of 5.500 mt.

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MV Zhong Ren 122 wraps up first semi-sub loading for JSI Alliance

MV Zhong Ren 122 wraps up first semi-sub loading for JSI Alliance

Photo JSI Alliance

In February this year, JSI Alliance’s deck carriers completed their first job. Now, only a couple of months later, one of the deck carriers, MV Zhong Ren 122, completed the first semi-submersible cargo operation for the Alliance. 

The MV Zhong Ren, owned by Shanghai Salvage (SSC) and long-term chartered by the JSI Alliance, loaded nine barges in Nantong, China, for Neptune Equipment. This is the first batch of floating cargoes after those two semi-submersible vessels joined the JSI fleet. Both parties are keen to analyze the details and improve the abilities of the crew and their system.

“The operation is an example of the collaboration between the SAL team and the crew of MV Zhong Ren 122, who managed to perform two shifts with varying drafts and trims within a single day, demonstrating the efficiency of the vessel’s ballast system,” the Alliance members said.

Read more: A new heavy-lift shipping alliance sees the light of day 

The handling of the barges, each with unique dimensions and weights, not only showcases the technical proficiency of the teams involved but also their ability to adapt and excel in the face of new challenges.

MV Zhong Ren 122 wraps up first semi-sub loading for JSI Alliance
Photo: JSI Alliance

The largest block, including 5 barges, had impressive dimensions of 90.00 x 27.00 x 23.00 metres and a total weight of 5.500 mt.

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