Mozambican Government Orders 30 Ships from CMN

Mozambican Government Orders 30 Ships from CMN

The Mozambican Government has placed an order for construction of 30 ships with Constructions Mecaniques de Normandie (CMN) from France, Agence France-Presse writes. 

The ships are estimated to be worth up to EUR 200 million.

The order  includes three  32-metre patrol ships, 24 trawls and another three 42-metre ships, according to MCN owner Iskandar Safa.

CMN will spend two years building the vessels, MCN owner said at a press conference on Thursday.

Press Release, September 10, 2013; Image: CMN

 

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