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Daewoo Shipbuilding Wins Orders Worth $280m

June 26, 2006

Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering said its shipyard in Romania has secured $280m worth of new orders to build four container ships for two German clients. Daewoo Mangalia Heavy Industries will build two Panamax carriers for Gebab Holding and another two for Conti Holding by October 2009 under the deals, its Seoul-based parent company said. The latest contracts would boost business performance in the Romanian shipyard in Mangalia, acquired by Daewoo Shipbuilding in 1997 and turned around into profitability in 2000, the parent firm said. Source: Forbes


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