Canadian Shipyard wins $45M Order

Friday, March 03, 2006
Canadian Shipbuilding and Engineering has won a $39.6 million order for three new ships that will keep the St. Catharines, Ont., shipyard running at full employment for the next two years, Buffalo News reported. The order, which resulted from an alliance with Dutch shipbuilder Peters Kampen Shipyards that was announced last September, is expected to keep Port Weller Dry Docks' employment at 250 through the end of next year. The ships were ordered by a British firm, Carisbrooke Shipping. (Source: Buffalo News)

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