Vinashin’s Subsidiary Use Finnish Engines

The Ha Long Shipbuilding Company on November 21 began the building of two 47,500-tonnage cargo ships for the Vietnam National Shipping Lines (Vinalines). The ships are the largest ever to be built by the Ha Long Company, which is a subsidiary of the Vietnam Shipbuilding Industry Group (Vinashin).

Designed by the Win-Win Engineering Company of the Republic of Korea, the ships will have their main engines made by Warsila group of Finland. They are the first two of four 47,500-tonnage cargo ships in the Government’s project to strengthen the country’s ship fleet.

With this shipbuilding project, the Ha Long Company demonstrated its endeavours to surmount difficulties and contribute to promoting successful and sustainable development of its parent company, Vinashin, after recent financial problems. VOVNews/VNA

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