[TodayIR] CH RONGSHENG: China Rongsheng Heavy Industries

[TodayIR] CH RONGSHENG: China Rongsheng Heavy Industries Delivered The Twelfth
                            380,000 DWT Class VLOC

(24 November 2013, Hong Kong) – China Rongsheng Heavy Industries Group
Holdings Limited (“China Rongsheng Heavy Industries” or the “Group”; stock
code: 01101.HK), a large heavy industries group in China, is pleased to
announce the delivery of its 380,000 DWT class Very Large Ore Carrier (“VLOC”)

(“Vale”) recently. The vessel is the twelfth 380,000 DWT class VLOC delivered
by the Group since its inception, and is the Group’s fifth delivery of VLOCs
this year. Vale is an important strategic partner of China Rongsheng Heavy
Industries. The Group has formed a close and seamless partnership with Vale,
and the Brazilian mining giant is a reputable firm with a strong track record
in risk management. Among the 16 380,000 DWT class VLOCs orders secured by the
Group, all 4 VLOCs orders from Oman Shipping Company S.A.O.C. have already
been delivered. Only 4 more 380,000 DWT class VLOCs are still pending

The 380,000 DWT class VLOC built by China Rongsheng measures 360 meters in
length, 65 meters in breadth and 30.4 meters in depth, and is currently the
world’s largest VLOC. The self-developed and high-tech vessel type represents
the most advanced technology of VLOCs in the world. It adopts an
environmentally friendly design focusing on lowering fuel consumption and
reducing CO2 emission, while its operating efficiency exceeds most existing
ore carriers. With Energy Efficiency Design Index (“EEDI”) recorded at
approximately 1.99 during sea trials, Rongsheng-built VLOCs are in line with
low-carbon green product initiative and meets the benchmark requirements on
emission reduction set by International Maritime Organization (“IMO”), which
came into effect as of 1 January 2013.
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