Shipbuilder Keppel bags new marine orders

Shipbuilder Keppel says it has won new contracts for a triple-digit million dollar figure. The yard will, among other things, install scrubbers on more than 60 ships.

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Singapore-based yard group Keppel Offshore & Marine has won new marine contracts which include the construction of a new ship and a double-digit number of retrofit scrubber installations.

The orders total to around SGD 300 million (USD 218.4 million), says the yard in a press release.

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