Companies to Assist Vietnamese Shipbuilding

Wednesday, February 22, 2006
The Viet Nam Shipbuilding Industry Corporation, STX company of the RoK and Danish Man B&W Diesel Ltd signed a cooperation agreement in Ha Noi on Feb. 20 on building a 25,000-horsepower diesel plant in northern Hai Phong port city. This took place during a conference on ship-building cooperation opportunities, which held in Ha Noi, on Feb. 20 with the participation of representatives of Vinashin and 25 Danish enterprises. Viet Nam will have a high demand for ship-building materials and equipment over the next 10 years, according to experts, promising long-lasting and effective cooperation opportunities in shipbuilding technology transfer for Danish enterprises. (Source: Viet Nam News Agency)
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