The Dung Quat Ship Building Company is doing its best to complete construction on and launch the biggest ever oil tanker to be made in Vietnam by June of this year.
‘The tanker, with a capacity of 104,000 tonnes, is in its final phase of construction, and is being completed by about 3,000 workers and engineers. The entire process of building the ship is being done entirely by Vietnamese workers and engineers, with foreign assistance. Dinh Tien Dung, Deputy Director of the Dung Quat Shipbuilding Industrial Zone said that the company had sent its top engineers to learn from the best companies and countries in the field of shipbuilding, such Poland and South Korea. The company has also invested more than VND 4 trillion to upgrade and increase its the infrastructure and to buy modern equipment in order to meet orders received by the company.