Sumec marine holds 57 vessels on order, Scheduled to 2026

Recently, Sumida Co. Ltd. said on the interactive platform that the shipbuilding segment holding 57 vessels in hand, and the orders have been scheduled until 2026.

According to the company’s 2023 semi-annual report revealed, the operating revenue in the first half of the year was about RMB 64.504 billion, a year-on-year decrease of 15.81%; net profit attributable to shareholders of the listed company was about RMB 512 million, a year-on-year increase of 13.03%; and the basic earnings per share was RMB 0.39, a year-on-year increase of 11.43%.

The clean energy business, diesel generator business and shipbuilding business in the industry chain segment all made steady progress. In the first half of the year, the clean energy segment business in the international market successfully signed a 130MW centralized photovoltaic project in Lavag, Philippines; in the domestic market Sumec marine has successfully signed a large-scale centralized photovoltaic project such as Qinghai Dachaidan Phase II 100MW. The total scale of grid-connected, under-construction and to-be-constructed has grown significantly compared with the same period of last year. Large-scale diesel generator business has realized leapfrog development, with new orders of more than RMB 750 million in the domestic market; and shipbuilding segment currently has 57 orders in hand, and the orders have been scheduled until 2026.

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