Suezmax «Monte Udala»

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Suezmax «Monte Udala»

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Suezmax is a naval architecture term that defines vessels capable of transiting the Suez Canal, and that is used almost exclusively in reference to oil tankers.

The construction of the Suezmax vessel «Monte Udala» began in March 2016 for the Ibaizábal Group at the Puerto de Real Shipyard in Cádiz. Different companies have intervened in its construction, including Jotun, which has extensive experience in participating in naval construction projects as a paint manufacturer.

The vessel «Monte Udala» is 274 meters long, 48 meters wide and its deadweight is 156,000 tons. In its construction, 20,144 tons of steel have been used. It incorporates the most advanced technologies to achieve the best optimizations in terms of energy efficiency, cargo transport and safety.

Below we show youa video with the process of its construction.

This article was originally published the last day May 8, 2018 in our Linkedin. Here you can see it.

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