SHI Clinches $1.3B Contract to Build 2 Drillships
South Korea's Samsung Heavy Industries Co. Ltd. (SHI) announced Wednesday that it has clinched a contract Tuesday to construct two new drillships for a company based in Oceania, the firm said in a disclosure to the Korea Exchange Wednesday.
The contract, valued at worth $1.3 billion (KRW 1.34 trillion), will take effect from April 8 to June 30, 2017. No further contract details for the drillships were available.
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