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Keppel subsidiary wins huge order for container ships

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A US subsidiary to the Singaporean yard group Keppel Offshore & Marine has won a large order for the construction of container vessels than can sail on LNG.


BY LOUISE VOGDRUP-SCHMIDT
Published 24.08.17 at 11:46

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