South Korea to Help Iran Construct Shipyard

South Korea`s Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering Company disclosed that it has signed an agreement with the Industrial Development and Renovation Organization of Iran to cooperate in the development of a shipyard in the country.
Daewoo Company will work to develop a shipyard and related facilities in Iran.
Jung Sung-leep as the CEO of Daewoo`s Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering Company signed the document with Mansour Moazami who heads the Iranian organization.
The Yonhap report also said that the Iranian side wants South Korea to finance the project and urgently seeks to have relevant technology and operation know-how to be transferred to Iranian shipbuilding companies.
Daewoo Shipbuilding said the deal will help it make inroads into Iran`s shipbuilding market. and export related equipment.
Since 1983. Daewoo Shipbuilding has secured a combined US$1.65 billion worth of orders to build a total of 38 ships from Iran`s state-run shipping firms. such as National Iranian Tanker Co.
 
 
 

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