Container Ship Christened

Monday, April 30, 2007
The HCM City-based Sai Gon Shipbuilding Industry Company Ltd. (SSIC) and the Danish owner, the Erria A/S, launched a new 2,900 DWT container vessel. The new small river and seagoing container ship, named Erria Viet Nam, was built under a $5m contract signed between SSIC and Erria in November 2005. Construction of the vessel began in February 2006. Under the contract, SSIC, a subsidiary of the Viet Nam Shipbuilding Industry Corp. (Vinashin) is undertaking the construction. Source: VNS
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