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New contract to Kleven Maritime

Kleven Maritime’s order reserve continues to increase: Sanco Shipping AS has signed a contract with Kleven Maritime for one seismic ship with an option for additionally one. With this contract, the order reserve stands at 11 ships with a combined value of about 4.2 billion NOK.

Kleven Maritime, Norway’s biggest Norwegian-owned shipbuilding group, has since the beginning of May announced three new contracts with a combined value of about 1.2 billion NOK. The group has attracted attention going against the flow in Norwegian shipbuilding, increasingly moving production from abroad back to their two Norwegian shipyards.

It is Kleven Maritime’s shipyard in the municipality Sande, Myklebust Verft, which will equip the vessels. Thus, Sanco Shipping which is also based in Sande, did not have to search far to find a shipyard to help renew their fleet.

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