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Synonyms for shipbuilding

the construction of ships

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will expand an existing workforce training center, which offers necessary workforce training in support of the region's ship-building and marine industries, said the EDA.
Effective July 1, 2013, the US is liable to penalise persons anywhere in the world, not just US nationals, who are engaging in trade with the Iranian shipping, ship-building and energy sectors.
With other domestic bulk shippers also considering to construct new vessels accordingly, an industry source predicts an uptick in ship-building in Taiwan next year.
Bahrain's expertise and capabilities made it the most suitable country to accept the vessel, especially since we have the region's leading ship-building and repair yard," he said.
Summary: DUBAI -- Drydocks World, a ship-building unit of Dubai World, has confirmed that its restructuring remains on track for completion in the third quarter of the year.
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-September 12, 2011-Pipavav announces ship-building joint venture with Mazagon Dock(C)2011 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
Summary: The deal combines some of their civil and naval ship-building and repair operations.
Leslie Schuster's study of the ship-building port of Saint-Nazaire, 1880-1910, is something of a throw-back to a spate of labor-history books published on individual cities and towns during the 1970s and 1980s, challenging the applicability of the conclusions of some of them to her case study.
The Brooklyn Navy Yard was once America's number-one ship-building center, and today it stands as New York City's foremost industrial park," said Eric Deutsch, president of the Brooklyn Navy Yard Development Corporation, which manages the Navy Yard.
Graham equipment can be found in diverse applications, such as metal refining, pulp and paper processing, ship-building, water heating, refrigeration, desalination, food processing, drugs, heating, ventilating and air conditioning.