According to the statement, the partners plan to establish the JV by following the necessary procedures, including examinations.
The new company will reportedly aim to build a globally competitive shipbuilding business by combining YZJ’s high production capacity, Mitsui's extensive sales capabilities and MES-SC's advanced technology.
Utilising technology that has been developed in the 101 years since its founding, MES-SC claims that it will continue to provide new value as a manufacturing company that meets the demands of a range of customers in the ship and marine industry.
Read the article online at: https://www.lngindustry.com/lng-shipping/11102018/new-shipbuilding-joint-venture-to-be-established/
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