Vinashin builds ship for Taiwan (China) investor

The Sai Gon Shipbuilding Industry Company (SSIC), a member of Vinashin, handed over the New Lucky VII Ship to its owner, Franbo Lines Corporation ( Taiwan, China ), last week.

The 6,850-tonne cargo ship, designed by the two Japanese companies of Kitada and AZ and built with advanced technology from Spain , the Republic of Korea and the US , will be used to transport timber products.

The 102m-long and 17m-wide ship was built at a cost of 7.27 million USD.

On the same day, SSIC also inaugurated a dry dock in Southern Vietnam to launch news ships and repair damaged vessels. It can handle ships with a capacity of up to 25,000 DWT.


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