Vietnam Shipbuilding Corp Delivers Cargo Ship To Japan

Thursday, February 01, 2007
The Ben Kien Shipyard, a subsidiary of the Viet Nam Shipbuilding Industry Corporation (Vinashin), on Jan. 31 delivered a 8,700-tonne cargo ship to the Japanese Kanematsu Corporation. This was the second of four 8,700-tonne cargo ships built by the shipyard for Kanematsu.

The Kaiki freighter, 111.7m long, 18.6m wide and 9.6m high, was designed by the Japanese AZ Company and built under the supervision of the Japanese NK registration agency. The first freighter, Grace Casablanca, was delivered to Kanematsu in June last year. Source: VNA

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