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September 14, 2009

Shanghai Shipyard Wins $250m Deal

Shanghai Shipyard has reportedly won a $250m contract from state-owned Cuban company Acemex to build ten handysize vessels. Each 35,000dwt vessel will cost $24m-$25m, Asiasis reports. Acemex is believed to have booked five 12,600dwt multipurpose general cargo-ships in the past

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Shanghai Shipyard has reportedly won a $250m contract from state-owned Cuban company Acemex to build ten handysize vessels.

Each 35,000dwt vessel will cost $24m-$25m, Asiasis reports.

Acemex is believed to have booked five 12,600dwt multipurpose general cargo-ships in the past.

The contract has reportedly been brokered by Beijing-based China National Machinery Import & Export Corp.

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