103,000 Horsepower MAN Engine Installed on the MSC Jade

The newest container ship Jade, owned by MSC (Mediterranean Shipping Company) has been placed into operation, powered by the biggest and most powerful engine built by MAN Diesel & Turbo. MAN B & W 11G95ME-C9.5 is a two-stroke engine type selected for this ship, which was built and delivered by the South Korean organization DSME. The engine, built by the Doosan company in Korea, according to MAN’s specifications, has the capacity of 75,570 kW, i.e. 103,000 HP. In addition, the MSC Jade has four MAN L32/40 auxiliary engines installed, each of which is equipped with the MAN NR34/S turbocharger. The engine is the first in a series of six that have been ordered, with a trial run scheduled for June.