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We build industries Hitachi Zosen


Hitachi Zosen's world famous, proven shipbuilding technology is now being applied to build a new generation of container ships that not only offers a greater load-carrying capacity, but improved labor efficiency, safety and economy as well.

Recently completed and delivered to the owners in Japan, the ultra-efficient 36,375 gross ton container ship "SHIN-BEISHU

MARU" (1,680 TEU, about 14 tons/container) typifies how Hitachi Zosen is always working to meet the growing demand for efficient shipping.

The "SHIN-BEISHU MARU" features a hull, engine and auxiliary equipment specifically designed to carry containers economically and efficiently.

The hull is designed for economical navigation at high speed — a bulbous bow enables greater speed with a minimum increase in main engine horsepower, and a bulged stem reduces hull vibration.

The machinery section is equipped to enable unattended operation of the engine room around the clock. Only 18 crew members are needed to run the ship efficiently.

And, for super-rationalized operation at the bridge, the control section is equipped with satellite navigation equipment, automatic steering equipment and a maritime satellite communications system. "SHIN-BEISHU MARU" is a prime example of how Hitachi Zosen's innovative technology carries the efficiency of new-generation container ships ever higher. Our technology can also build a new-generation container ship having the high performance you require.

Now more than ever, it's Hitachi Zosen for container ships that will meet your shipping needs at present, and far into the future.

For more information, contact Hitachi Zosen or the overseas representative nearest you.

In the engineering of new-generation container ships,

Hitachi zosen brings efficiency, safety and economy to the forefront.

HITACHI ZOSEN INTERNATIONAL, S. A.: London: Winchester House. 77 London Wall, London EC2N1BQ, England Phone: 01-628-3891/8 Telex: 887873/884009 Greece: 98-B Filonos Street, Piraeus, Greece Phone: 452-7548/9 Telex: 212943

HITACHI ZOSEN U.S.A. LTD.: New York: 345 Park Avenue, New York N Y 10154, U.S.A. Phone: 212-355-5650 Telex: 232036A, 232036B, 12 6582 Houston: Suite 3080, Two Alien Center, 1200 Smith Street, Houston. Texas 77002, U.S.A. Phone: 713-658-0136/8 Telex: 6868224, 203134, 775038

HITACHI ZOSEN CORPORATION: 1 1 I Hitotsubashi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100. Japan Phone: 03-213-6611 Telex: J22363, J24490 OVERSEAS OFFICES & SUBSIDIARIES: Oslo: Raadhusgaten 4, Oslo \ Norway Phone: 2-41 12 75 Telex: 76934

Diisseldorf: Graf Adolf Strasse 24, Dusseidort, West Germany Phone: 0211 (DUESJ-133011-4 Telex: 8587231 Beijing: Rm No. 6087, Beijing Hotel, Dong Chang An Jie, Beijing, The People's Republic of China Phone 50 7766 Ext 6087 Teie - 22519 Hitachi Zosen

Engineering Singapore (Re.) Ltd.:UOB Building, 325 Boon Lay Place. Jurong, Singapore 2262 Phone: 264 1344 Telex: RS21999 Hitachi Zosen Company (HK) Limited: Rm 1007-1009, Tak Shing House, 20 DesVoeux Road, Central, Hong Kong Phone:5-223350, 5-220597 or 5-246237 Telex: 73648 Hitachi Zosen Industria Pesada Limitada: Rua Mexico 90, Grupo 610, Rio de Janeiro-RJ, Brazil Phone: 240-9098,240-9047 Telex: 2122904 Permint Hitachi Zosen Sdn. Bhd : Kawasan Perindustrian Kerten, Kerteh, Kemamar

Terengganu, Malaysia Phone 09-871777/871786 Telex: 51489

October 15, 1985

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