Major Polish yard secures giant RAL order

Following a small delay, Royal Arctic Line has signed a contract with Polish Remontowa, which will now begin work on the five ships that were postponed after the bankruptcy of German P&S Werften in 2012, according to ShippingWatch's sources.

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Royal Arctic Line can now finally commence the carrier's long-awaited fleet renewal program, which has been on hold since the bankruptcy of German P&S Werften in 2012. But following protracted negotiations, the shipping company has signed a contract with major Polish shipyard Remontowa, which will begin work immediately on the five new ships for RAL, according to ShippingWatch's sources.

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