Recent improvements in the design efficiency of new ships went into reverse last year, a new independent study has found. According to the CE Delft study the average design efficiency of new bulk carriers, oil tankers and gas carriers was worse in 2016 than in 2015.
The Efficiency of New Ships is Falling: CE Delft Study
Jul 4, 2017
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