Russian Shipyards Delivered 14 Vessels in 2010

Tuesday, January 04, 2011

According to a Dec. 30 report from Port News, in 2010 Russian shipyards competed and delivered to customers 14 cargo ships of total deadweight of more than 1.4 million tons, the Russian Transport Ministry’s provisional data said. Russian shipyards have five newbuild orders - three multipurpose rescue ships of capacity of 4MW and three diving support vessels scheduled for delivery in 2011.

(Port News)

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