Daewoo Wins $645m Order

Monday, December 31, 2007
Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering Co. said it has won $644.8m order to build a drillship for an unidentified company in Oceania. Daewoo said in a filing with the Korea Exchange that it finalised the contract, which is part of the combined $3b order announced on Thursday to build four ships for three different companies. Daewoo said it would deliver the ship by July 2011. Source: Reuters

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