Cargo Ship Launched

Monday, February 27, 2006
On February 25, the Ben Kien Shipbuilding Industry Company successfully launched the Grace Casablanca cargo ship of 8,700 ton. This is the first of four 8,700 ton ships ordered by Kanematsu group of Japan. The ships, designed by Japan’s AZ company, are 111.8 metres long, 18.6 metres wide, 9.65 metres high. The main engine of 3,120 kW is supplied by Mitsubishi. The company will continue its efforts to finish construction of the ship and start building the remaining three ships as ordered. (Source: Nhan Dan)
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