China: Graig Signs Contract Extension with SITC

Following the successful construction and excellent performance of the supervision site team of Graig China Limited (GCL) China Yangfan shipyard, SITC has extended their Supervision Agreements from four (one 76,000 dwt bulk carrier and three 1,100teu containerships) to a total of ten newbuildings (additional one 76,000dwt BC and five 1,100teu containerships) with GCL at SITC’s Shanghai office.

Graig China Limited was appointed by SITC Development Group Co on 15th June 2011 to supervise the building of a 76,000 dwt bulk carrier and three 1,100teu containership newbuildings at China’s Yang Fan shipyard. The site team of GCL has been working extremely hard with the shipyard which has so many sub-contract yards for the project.

Shipbuilding Tribune Staff, November 25, 2011; Image: graig

 

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