Drydocks World holds talks with Lurssen
- United Arab Emirates: Saturday, September 08 - 2012 at 01:57
Drydocks World has is in talks with Lurssen Werft, a German shipbuilding company that designs and builds yachts, naval ships and special vessels, with the aim of working together on the implementation of navy projects not limited to UAE's naval fleet, Gulf News has reported. The two firms plan to form a joint set up at the Dubai Maritime City (DMC) facility to cooperate in the yacht repair business. DMC is already an established centre for yachts repairing more than 60 vessels annually.
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