CIC and CSISC Sign Cooperation Agreement, China

China Shipping Industry Co., Ltd. and China Shipping International Ship Management Co., Ltd. held, Jan 25th, a signing ceremony for the ship repair cooperation of 2013 in China Shipping Industry (Shanghai Pudong) Co., Ltd.

Mr. Li Zhengjian, the deputy general manager of CIC and Mr. Wang Degui, the deputy general manager of China Shipping International Ship Management Co., Ltd. attended the signing ceremony.

At the ceremony, both sides analyzed the current shipping trendy and ship repair market. The two parties regarded the cooperation between CIC and CSISC, which was an affiliated ship management company of China Shipping Group, would made a positive effect on the customers’ service and expanding the ship repair market. Furthermore, both companies discussed the detailed cooperation methods and targets. Mr. Xu Dongwei, the deputy director manager of CIC Shipyards and Mr. Xu Weitao, the centre deputy director of CSISC on behalf of the two parties, signed the contract.

Press Release, February 18, 2013

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