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ContiOcean Group is headquartered in Shanghai and has 6 subsidiaries. ContiOcean is a leading corporation specialized in Desulfurization product, Clean energy solution, Conventional marine equipment and Cruise ship accessories. After years of rapid development, ContiOcean has established cooperation relationship with many domestic and internationally reputed companies like ABB, EPS, GENCO, FPMC etc.
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   ——ContiOcean Group has delivered   60 sets of EGCS to customers On June 6, 2020, the sea trial of ...

The grand pass is like iron. Now we are going to cross it from the beginning

On May 31, 2020, a series of activities for the third anniversary of the founding of ContiOcean Group reached a climax in Nanjing. Employe...

Ultra-high pressure water derusting robot of ContiOcean Group has been put into large-scale application

On May 27, 2020, A shiprepairing and construction base in the north, several ultra-high pressure water derusting robots were working o...

Zhang Jianhua, Secretary of Rugao municipal Party committee, inspected and guided the factoryconstruction of ContiOcean Group

On March30, 2020, Zhang Jianhua, Secretary of Rugao municipal Party committee and hisparty visited Nantong factory of ContiOcean Group to inve...

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EU takes steps to tackle shipping emissions

EU takes steps to tackle shipping emissions The parliament's full legislative assembly will vote in September on w...

China LNG imports claw back coronavirus losses

China LNG imports claw back coronavirus losses The world's second-largest economy saw its LNG imports surge in May as operation...

Container shipping must join concerted 2050 clean-up effort

Container shipping must join concerted 2050 clean-up effort No more "business as usual" if shipping is to meet IMO targets ...

Shipping lagging on energy technology innovation, says IEA

Shipping lagging on energy technology innovation, says IEA The shipping industry would have to put 36 ammonia-fuelled vessels ...

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