Global Carriers Awards Contracts to Ningbo Shipyard

Tuesday, September 04, 2007
Global Carriers Bhd has awarded two shipbuilding contracts worth a combined $21.76m to Ningbo Shipyard Co Ltd. The contracts are for Ningbo Shipyard to build two double-hull product oil tankers for Global Carriers, the company said. The first vessel will be delivered in late 2008 and the second will be delivered about four months after the first, it said. Source: Thomson Financial
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