Imtech Grows in China

Thursday, June 21, 2007
Imtech NV said its maritime order book in China is growing and is now worth 120m Euro, which includes orders for work on more than 240 ships.

According to the company, recent orders include a contract for technology aboard 20 feeder container ships, plus more than 20 tugboats, four general cargo vessels and four chem tankers.

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