Australia-based shipbuilding group Austal Limited said its Vũng Tàu, Vietnam shipyard launched its first vessel, a 94 -high-speed catamaran for the National Infrastructure Development Company (NIDCo) of Trinidad and Tobago.
Norwegian shipbuilder Vard has said it has won a contract to design and build a Service Operation Vessel (SOV) for Ta San Shang Marine. The news comes a day after Orsted confirmed it would charter a newbuild SOV from Ta San Shang – a JV between MOL and TTM – on a 15-year deal, for work in Taiwan.
Australian-based global ship building company Austal Limited announced that it has been awarded a A$15.5 million (US$10.7 million) contract for a 41 meter, high-speed catamaran.
According to a press release, the vessel will provide production continuity to Austal Vietnam as it completes the fabrication of a 94 meter ferry for a customer in Trinidad and Tobago. The contract will become effective when the required down payment is received, which is expected in the next few days.
Dung Quất Shipbuilding Industry Co (DQS), an affiliate of Việt Nam Oil and Gas Group, on Tuesday handed over a newly-built liquefied petroleum gas tanker to Việt Xuân Mới Co, headquartered in HCM City.
A Vietnamese-made express boat has been launched and is expected to be utilized for a river bus route in Ho Chi Minh City.
The 189 Shipbuilding Company under the Ministry of National Defense, in coordination with the Ho Chi Minh City-based GreenlinesDP Company, on Sunday afternoon launched the water bus GreenlinesDP C8, which can carry up to 136 people