CMA-CGM is dedicating six 15,000 TEU LNG ships to a US West Coast service. The first ship will be deployed in October 2021 with the remaining ships in service by the end of 2022
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CMA-CGM currently has twelve LNG ships in service and will have an additional twenty, of various sizes, in service by 2022.

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