Bach Dang Shipyard Delivers Tanker

Wednesday, December 27, 2006
The Bach Dang shipbuilding company, a subsidiary of the Vietnam Shipbuilding Industry Corporation (Vinashin), delivered a 13,500-ton oil tanker to the Vinashin Vien Duong shipping and forwarding company on December 25. The Vinashin Sea oil tanker, the biggest ever built in Vietnam so far, is 145.3 metres long, 20.8 metres wide and 11.20 metres high. It was equipped with a 5,180 KW engine imported from Denmark and built under the supervision of a Japanese registration agency. Source: VNA

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