ZIM holds Naming Ceremony for Two LNG Vessels


ZIM recently held a naming ceremony for two ZIM LNG vessels, ZIM MOUNT EVEREST and ZIM MOUNT BLANC, held in SHI Shipyard in South Korea. During the ceremony, “Godmothers” Alice Tham, ZIM Singapore Country Manager, and Rachel Yang, ZIM Head of Sales, South China & Hong Kong, officially named the vessels by cutting the ropes and smashing the traditional champagne bottles, unveiling the vessels’ names together.

Eli Glickman, ZIM President and CEO, remarked, “ZIM has achieved record heights in recent years, emerging as a top performer and a leader in innovative technology, digitalization, and ESG values within our industry. So it’s fitting that this series of vessels will be named after some of our planet’s highest and most inspiring peaks. ZIM MOUNT EVEREST & ZIM MOUNT BLANC embody high ambitions, as well as the challenges we face in our fast-changing and dynamic industry, demanding agility and quick adaptation to changing business environment. They also represent some of our planet’s most pristine and beautiful places, reminding us of our commitment to preserving and protecting the environment through our ambitious ESG program, which now includes a net-zero emissions target by 2050, surpassing IMO regulations.”

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