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Hyundai Heavy Bags $122M Order for Two Oil Carriers

May 7, 2020

Illustration by alexyz3d/AdobeStock
Illustration by alexyz3d/AdobeStock

South Korean shipbuilder Hyundai Heavy Industries has said it has won an order to build two crude oil carriers.

In a brief statement on the Korea Exchange, Hyundai said the order was worth 149,8 billion South Korean Won, or $122,2 million.

Hyundai Heavy Industries said it would build the two crude oil carriers for a European client. It did not provide further details on the client.

The deliveries are to be made by mid-February 2022.



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