Gareware Offshore Eyes Shipbuilding Venture

Tuesday, October 09, 2007
Mumbai-based Garware Offshore Services Ltd. plans to enter the shipbuilding business by setting up a facility to build offshore support vessels. Reports from India say the yard will be a joint venture with Norway-based ship Havyard Leirvik AS. Sources in India have suggested that the company will form a 50/50 joint venture, and that the Indian company is considering various sites in Gujarat for the yard. [Source:]
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