Wallenius Wilhelmsen Logistics is proud to welcome the MV Tysla, its third Mark V RoRo vessel, and the MV Titania, a Large Car and Truck Carrier (LCTC). These two vessels represent the very latest in high-efficiency, sustainable shipping.

The MV Tysla is a sister ship to the MV Tønsberg and MV Parsifal, which were delivered by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries last year. WWL has ordered four vessels in the Mark V class – a pioneering new type of ship designed for maximum flexibility, which is able to efficiently transport a unique mix of High & Heavy and other cargoes. A number of energy-saving features also combine to make the Mark V the most fuel-efficient vessel on the market, reducing emissions per cargo unit by 10 to 15 percent compared to its predecessors.

Meanwhile, the MV Titania is part of the 7th generation of this design from DSME in South Korea. At 230 metres long, with a cargo capacity of 8,000 cars - or a combination of 3,486 cars and 466 trucks or buses - the LCTC is the largest, most flexible vehicle carrier on the ocean.