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Another shipyard in Rio de Janeiro wins work to build a ship, 350 vacancies expected

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Estaleiro São Miguel was awarded a contract to build a bulk carrier with 100% national labor

Everything indicates that Rio de Janeiro will be the first state to feel the positive impacts towards the post-crisis, the shipbuilding industry in Rio is starting to sketch some glimpses of the results of the intense negotiations so that the construction of vessels and offshore units will be built again in the shipyards of the regions, plagued by the strong economic recession and lack of contracts since 2014, forcing Petrobras, the main requester, to dispose of some assets and build some units in eastern countries.

Estaleiro São Miguel, which belongs to the Bravante group, recently signed another contract to build a bulk carrier with Navenor Serviços Marítimos, under the control of the Salinor Group, the vessel will have a transport capacity of 2.751 tons of salt.

According to the information, the delivery deadline will be for June 2019 and after its construction, the ship will carry out its transport logistics to the Northeast of Brazil. With this achievement, São Miguel becomes one of the few shipyards to get works in the naval industry in 2018. [Read more] Another one that signed a contract less than a month ago, was the Brasfels shipyard in Angra dos Reis, belonging to the Keppel Fels Group, also getting a contract with Modec to build the modules for the FPSO Carioca MV30.

The Engineering manager at Estaleiro São Miguel made the following statement: “The know-how gained in eight years of building specialized ships and the excellence of our technical team were decisive for this achievement”.

The São Miguel Shipyard completed and was able to deliver the first bulk carrier almost 3 months ago, with a load capacity of around 2162 tons, and it is already fully operational and operating in the coastal sector of Rio Grande do Norte. It is worth remembering that these works use Brazilian labor, generating income and local work and boosting the national goods and services industry.

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