Samsung Heavy Industries secures $240 million dealSamsung Heavy Industries said Monday it has clinched a $240 million deal to build two shuttle oil tankers. The company will build the vessels for AET, an affiliate of Malaysian shipping firm MISC, by January 2020.
A shuttle tanker is a ship designed to transport oil from an offshore oil field to a storage tank.
So far this year, Samsung Heavy has secured deals valued at a total of $5.06 billion. YONHAP
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