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The keel laying ceremony of fishing trawler in Ha Long shipyard

On 31st of August, Ha Long Shipbuilding Company held a keel laying ceremony of FISHING TRAWLER which be built for ShipBuilding Asia LTD (Canada). This is a generation of offshore fishing vessel in Canada’s Northern sea and be equipped with … Continue reading

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Vietnam launches 700-ton boat for offshore patrol, rescue

A factory of the defense ministry in Ho Chi Minh City on Tuesday launched the most modern patrol and rescue boat ever built by the country. The boat of 700 metric tons, 63 meters long and 12 meters wide is built … Continue reading

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PetroVietnam to sell loss-making shipbuilder, recommence 4 stalled projects

PetroVietnam has proposed a solution to salvage five of its loss-making projects, making up almost half of the company’s list of 12 loss-making megaprojects all funded by state capital.

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Vinalines Chosen for Port, Shipping and Logistics Projects

Vietnam National Shipping Lines (Vinalines) has been assigned a large number of port, shipping and logistics services construction projects by the Government of Vietnam.

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Damen-Song Cam builds Tugs for Port Hedland

Fortescue Metals Group’s subsidiary Pilbara Marine has ordered six 32-metre rotor tugs from Dutch shipbuilder Damen Shipyards to support its operations at Australian port of Port Hedland.

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Viet Nam, Russia eye shipbuilding ties

In an interview with Vietnam News Agency correspondents in Moscow, he said the two countries have co-ordinated in this field for years.

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Upgraded vessels to be handed to fishermen

Nha Trang Shipbuilding Company have been busy since the lunar new year, rushing to complete increasing orders for more steel-clad vessels for local fishermen.

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