|World’s biggest car carriers are Solar Solve protected|
|Thursday, 24 March 2011 14:02|
UK-based Solar Solve Marine recently shipped a consignment of 53 of their SOLASAFE anti-glare roller screens to the company’s distributor in South Korea that are destined for the currently un-named Large Car Truck Carrier (LCTC) Wallenius 4457, that is being built at the Daewoo shipyard in Okpo.
This type of vessel has windows all round the wheelhouse and bridge control areas, 53 in total, which is a considerable number and they will all have SOLASAFE screens installed to reject glare, heat and UV radiation from the sun. The benefits of having the screens will be to make life a little easier, safer and less stressful for the crew.
“This new vessel is one of an ongoing series of the world’s biggest car carriers that were ordered by Swedish company Wallenius Lines for their Norwegian based Wallenius Wilhelmsen Logistics Fleet,” said John Lightfoot, Chairman of Solar Solve.
For further information contact:Solar Solve
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