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Ethiopian Ambassador Consul General Mulie Visited Wison Center

    In the morning of April 12, the Ethiopian Ambassador Consul General in Shanghai, Mr. Mulie Tarekegn Edlie, and Deputy Consul General, Mr. Adamu Assefa Mukura, paid their first visit to the Shanghai headquarters of Wison Engineering. Mr. Dong Hua, Executive Director & Senior Vice President of Wison Engineering, and Mr. Zheng Shifeng, Senior Vice President, gave a hearty welcome.   During the meeting, International Business Department of Wison Engineering introduced the development history and corporate culture of Wison Group and Wison Engineering, especially Wison's successful overseas projects. Ambassador Mulie also gave a briefing about Ethiopia's economic and social environment, industry circumstances, investment policy and infrastructure and stressed on the Ethiopian government's support on the engineering industry.   Ethiopia is located in the center of the Horn of Africa. As a great power in East Africa, Ethiopia has over three thousand years of civilization. Its capital, Addis Ababa, where the headquarters of the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa and the African Union is located, is known as the political capital of Africa. The Ambassador welcomed Wison Engineering to introduce more advanced technology and project management expertise into Ethiopia. Mr. Dong Hua expressed his gratitude to the Ambassador for the recognition and hoped that two sides could create more cooperation opportunities for business development in the Africa.   Adhering to internationalization strategy, Wison Engineering has been actively seeking business opportunities in the global energy industry. Wison has established a project management system and execution team in line with the international standard and set up a global procurement and construction resources network. Currently, several major EPC projects are progressing smoothly in Asia Pacific, Middle East, Russia, South America and etc.  
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Ethiopian Ambassador Consul General Mulie Visited Wison Center

    In the morning of April 12, the Ethiopian Ambassador Consul General in Shanghai, Mr. Mulie Tarekegn Edlie, and Deputy Consul General, Mr. Adamu Assefa Mukura, paid their first visit to the Shanghai headquarters of Wison Engineering. Mr. Dong Hua, Executive Director & Senior Vice President of Wison Engineering, and Mr. Zheng Shifeng, Senior Vice President, gave a hearty welcome.   During the meeting, International Business Department of Wison Engineering introduced the development history and corporate culture of Wison Group and Wison Engineering, especially Wison's successful overseas projects. Ambassador Mulie also gave a briefing about Ethiopia's economic and social environment, industry circumstances, investment policy and infrastructure and stressed on the Ethiopian government's support on the engineering industry.   Ethiopia is located in the center of the Horn of Africa. As a great power in East Africa, Ethiopia has over three thousand years of civilization. Its capital, Addis Ababa, where the headquarters of the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa and the African Union is located, is known as the political capital of Africa. The Ambassador welcomed Wison Engineering to introduce more advanced technology and project management expertise into Ethiopia. Mr. Dong Hua expressed his gratitude to the Ambassador for the recognition and hoped that two sides could create more cooperation opportunities for business development in the Africa.   Adhering to internationalization strategy, Wison Engineering has been actively seeking business opportunities in the global energy industry. Wison has established a project management system and execution team in line with the international standard and set up a global procurement and construction resources network. Currently, several major EPC projects are progressing smoothly in Asia Pacific, Middle East, Russia, South America and etc.  
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Wison Launches Versatile LNG Distributor

Shanghai, China, April 10th, 2017– Wison Offshore & Marine (“Wison”) today announced that the company has developed an innovative multi-functional carrier named Wison-LNG-Distributor (LNGD). With scalable capacity between 5000 to 20,000 cubic meters, the Wison-LNGD integrates the functions of LNG loading, bunkering and container delivery, which could make regional LNG redistribution more affordable and efficient.       While conventional LNG carriers are designed to load, transfer and unload full cargoes between two terminal points, Wison’s LNG Distributor has been purposely designed to distribute partial loads to coastal areas in regions such as Indian subcontinent, Southeast Asia, the Caribbean, and Northern Europe. Being designed to operate at a shallow draft of 4.5m, the LNGD can deliver cargoes in areas where LNG carriers with similar capacity cannot access. The azimuth thruster propulsion system provides superior maneuverability, which eliminates the need for tug assistance. The vessel features a bunkering arm, which facilitates a quick connection with the receiving facility and a short turn-around time. The loading arm will connect to the receiving unit’s manifold, thereby eliminating the need for a hose transfer system at each receiving point. In addition, the vessel has been designed with a large open deck, serviced by a crane. This area can be used to deliver general supplies and parts. Uniquely, the vessel has the ability to deliver full and pick up empty ISO containers for inland trucking. Empty containers can be filled onboard through a refill station.   Mr. CUI Ying, CEO of Wison Offshore and Marine said, “Our LNGD solution will become a key enabler for small-scale FSRU and FSRP development in the areas that are either inaccessible or too small to be commercially feasible served by a large-scale floating unit or land facility.” It is also an ideal LNG distribution solution for near-shore LNG milk-run deliveries in some locations that have restricted access such as shallow rivers and harbours.’ In addition to the newly launched LNGD solutions, Wison offers a full scope of small-scale LNG distribution product line to the market, which also includes LNGC and bunkering vessel.    “By dedicating to the development of cost-effective and innovative products across the LNG value chain, we’re tailoring solutions to various demand scenarios and clearing roadblocks for LNG distribution to end markets that remain untapped.” added Mr. CUI.
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