China: Hantong Shipyard Lays Keel for Two 57.000 DWT Bulk Carriers

On 20th Dec. 2011, at 10:00 a.m., the keel laying ceremony for 57.000 DWT Bulk Carrier (HT107) had been successfully carried out at Hantong shipyard’s slipway No.3. The vessel is built for Eagle Bulk company. The carrier has been Class approved by LR. Mr. Li jinian—vice general manager together with the representatives of ship-owner and class attended this ceremony.

One day after, on 21st Dec. 2011, the second keel laying ceremony for 57.000 DWT Bulk Carrier (HT100) had been successfully carried out at Hantong shipyard’s slipway No.1. The vessel is being built for Chun An company. The carrier has been Class approved by NK. Mr. Li jinian—vice general manager together with the representatives of ship-owner and class attended this ceremony.

Hantong Shipyard Lays Keel for Two 57.000 DWT Bulk Carriers

Jiangsu Hantong ship heavy industry Co., Ltd (HTS) is a newly-built large and medium-sized enterprise. HTS invested to construct Jiangsu New HanTong ship heavy industry Co.,Ltd and Nantong Zhongye vessal Accessory Co.,Ltd in February 2008. The shipyard gained the accreditation of ISO9001:2002 and OSAH14000/GB25008 the quality management system and is engaged in the construction of large vessel and ocean engineering units approved by Class like ABS、DNV、BV、LR、CCS.

Shipbuilding Tribune Staff, December 26, 2011; Image: cnhtship

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