Turkey continues to export ships to Norway
Turkish firm has delivered fifth ship to Norway and works on manufacturing of nine more ships have been continuing.
Following the launch of platform supply vessel Grand Canyon in 2012 in Yalova which was attended by Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications Minister Binali Yildirim and Norwegian Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg, the fishing vessel which was built at Tersan shipyards in Yalova, northwestern province of Turkey, has been delivered to Norwegian Maritime Company Strand Rederi.
The vessel was named Havbryn at a ceremony held in Norway's Alesund city which was attended by both Turkish and Norwegian authorities.
The vessel is 70 meters long and 15.4 meters wide and it has a mechanism that can process the hunted fish.
Speaking at the ceremony in Norway, Tersan Shipyard Board Chairman Osman Nurettin Paksu said they delivered five vessels including petrol supply vessel, platform supply vessel and fishing vessels. They also discussed the building of seismic vessels and the works on building of nine more vessels, he added.
Wednesday, March 20, 2013