2021.08.11

Formosa Plastics Marine Corporation’s Second stainless-steel chemical tanker "FPMC S Emerald" which commissioned to Sumitomo Corporation for building was completed, and a delivery ceremony was held on August 11, 2021 at the Asakawa Shipyard in Japan.
The deadweight of the vessel is 19,999 tons with its compartment made of stainless steel, which allows it to carry petroleum products and chemicals that comply with International Maritime Organization (IMO) Category II and III. The LOA of the vessel is 149.03 meters, 24.00 meters in breadth, and 12.80 meters in depth. The economic speed is about 14.7 knots, and its top speed can reach 15.3 knots.  MORE →

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2021.06.22

Formosa Plastics Marine Corporation’s first stainless-steel chemical tanker "FPMC S Amber" which commissioned to Sumitomo Corporation for building was completed, and a delivery ceremony was held on June 22, 2021 at the Asakawa Shipyard in Japan.
The deadweight of the vessel is 19,999 tons with its compartment made of stainless steel, which allows it to carry petroleum products and chemicals that comply with International Maritime Organization (IMO) Category II and III. The LOA of the vessel is 149.03 meters, 24 .00 meters in breadth, and 12.80 meters in depth. The economic speed is about 14.7 knots, and its top speed can reach 15.3 knots.  MORE →

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2021.02.25

Formosa Plastics Marine Corporation (FPMC) has ordered four 20,000 DWT stainless-steel chemical tankers from the Japanese Shipbuilding Company, Asakawa Shipbuilding Co. Ltd. (Asakawa), in 2020. The company named them FPMC S AMBER, FPMC S EMERALD, FPMC S RUBY, and FPMC S SAPPHIRE, respectively. They are scheduled to be delivered from May, 2021 to early 2022, and will serve to carry chemical products of Formosa Plastics Group between Taiwan and China.
The launching ceremony for the first tanker, FPMC S AMBER, was held on February 25th , 2021. Asakawa had simplified the procedures due to the pandemic, yet still preserved some of the traditional customs such as god worshipping, vessel naming and rope cutting. The launching ceremony was traditional, rigorous and thoughtful. The four new tankers present high-quality and high-efficiency ship performance through Japan's sophisticated shipbuilding technology. With the addition of the new tankers, FPMC look forward to an even better vessel management and to providing its clients with more intimate and satisfying service.

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2020.06.24

Our new building vessel FPMC 36 (49,721 DWT, with Marine LINE® 784 coated tanks) capable of carrying a wide range of chemicals/product oils was delivered at Guangzhou Shipyard on June 24, 2020.

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2020.03.25

Our new building vessel FPMC 35 (49,681 DWT, with Marine LINE® 784 coated tanks) capable of carrying a wide range of chemicals/product oils was delivered at Guangzhou Shipyard on March 25, 2020.

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2019.11.18

Our new building vessel FPMC 34 (49,781 DWT, with Marine LINE® 784 coated tanks) capable of carrying a wide range of chemicals/product oils was delivered at Guangzhou Shipyard on November 18, 2019.

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2019.09.27

Our new building vessel FPMC 33 (49,692 DWT, with Zinc coated tanks) capable of carrying a wide range of chemicals/product oils was delivered at Guangzhou Shipyard on September 10, 2019.

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2019.08.06

Our new building vessel FPMC 32 (49,660 DWT, with Zinc coated tanks) capable of carrying a wide range of chemicals/product oils was delivered at Guangzhou Shipyard on July 3, 2019.

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2019.05.29

Our new building vessel FPMC 31 (49,731 DWT, with Zinc coated tanks) capable of carrying a wide range of chemicals/product oils was delivered at Guangzhou Shipyard on May 24, 2019.

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