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Damen buys Dutch yard from Keppel

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Dutch Damen is buying a shipyard from its Singapore-based peer Keppel. The repair yard is located in the Boetlek area of Rotterdam. The transaction comes at a time where both yards are under pressure.


BY NIKLAS KRIGSLUND
Published 10.04.17 at 14:33

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