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Samsung Heavy bags two newbuilding shuttle tankers
Thursday, August 31, 2017, 12:57:57 Paul Yoon ckyoon7@paran.com
Samsung Heavy Industries has received an order for two shuttle tankers.

Samsung Heavy unveiled on Aug. 25 that it has received a newbuilding order for two shuttle tankers from Teekay based in Canada. The contract price is valued for 309.2 billion won representing 3% of Samsung Heavy’s annual sales. The delivery of two ships is set for Jan. 3, 2020.

Teekay-ordered newbuildings are shuttle tankers to be deployed in transport of crude oil produced from offshore mining sites to storages on shore.

Samsung Heavy said, “The newbuilding order has been received with the option declared under the existing newbuilding contract as approved by the buyer’s BOD.” The newbuilding contract has an additional option for two tankers of the same type. Hence the shipbuilder looks forward to receiving further orders ahead.
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