Contract Signed to Build 5 Workboats

Wednesday, May 28, 2008

The Jan De Nul Group in Belgium has signed contracts with Tianjin Xinhe Shipbuilding Heavy Industry Co Ltd in Tianjin, China, for the construction of five workboats, according to a report on www.sandandgravel.com. The vessels reportedly will have a length of 28m, breadth of 12.3m, and will be designed to transport fuel oil in accordance with the most stringent requirements. All of the fuel tanks will be provided with a double hull. (Source: www.sandandgravel.com)

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