Gdansk Shipyard Garners Numerous Orders

Friday, April 20, 2007
Gdansk shipyard wants to build seven ships this year and starts first projects without stat subsidies. Gdansk shipyard denies the rumors that it has problems with contracts to build ships. The company has built a seismic ship for a Norwegian ship owner and is going to produce three seismic ships altogether. The shipyard will also build a ship for a German ship owner. The ship should be ready in the second half of the year. In May, the last ship for Stocznia Gdynia will be ready. Source: Puls Biznesu
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