Hyundai Wins $300M Contract

Wednesday, January 25, 2006
Reports indicate that Hyundai Corporation has won shipbuilding contracts worth $300 million through its joint shipbuilding venture in China. The company announced that an additional deal concerning 9 units of 5,500-ton bunkering tankers had been signed in January 13 at the Shangri-La Hotel in Qingdao. The event, which was presided by President Mark Juhn and other related personnel, was also used as the signing ceremony for the new-building contract of 16 units of 5,600-ton chemical tankers with Greek shipping company Evalend. All in all, Hyundai Corporation has won contracts totaling $330 million to build 28 ships through its shipbuilding arm in China.

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