Dutch-Australia consortium Gentium-Damen to construct world class shipyard in Bangladesh
Economy Desk
January 15, 2020, 3:01 pm

The Gentium-Damen Consortium Group, a joint endeavor of Dutch-based Damen Group and Australia based Gentium Solutions, is set to develop another world-class shipyard at Char Nissanbaria and Madhyopara Mouza close to the Payra port under Patuakhali locale.

In such a manner, a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) will be inked on tomorrow (Tuesday) between Bangladesh Steel and Engineering Corporation (BSEC) and Gentium-Damen Consortium Group at business service gathering room in the city.

Enterprises serve Nurul Majid Mahmud Humayun will be available at the marking capacity as the main visitor while State Minister for Industries Kamal Ahmed Mojumder will go to as an exceptional visitor.

Businesses Secretary Abdul Halim will manage the capacity.

Secretary of the BSEC engineer Md Abul Khayer Sardar and region executive for the Asia Pacific of the Dutch aggregates Damen Group Roland Brienne and co-director of the Gentium Solutions Group (Australia) Ikthedar Hassan Murad will sign the MoU for the benefit of their particular sides.

Conversing with BSS, Ikthedar Hassan Murad said Gentium-Damen Consortium Group will make strides for attainability concentrate to build up the world-class shipyard in the wake of marking the MoU.

“We are running shipyard in excess of 35 nations, including China, Vietnam, and Poland. This will be our first shipyard in a South Asian nation. After the attainability study, we can survey our interest in the undertaking,” he included.

Murad said they will finish the achievability study inside one year and spotlight on send out related items.

According to the enterprise’s service, the key point of this MoU is to unite Global Tier 1 European Shipbuilding and Marine experience, worldwide accepted procedures into the matter of Bangladesh, and bring a profound comprehension of and energy for Bangladesh with a longing to help the nation on its energizing advancement way.

The development of the proposed office will see the presentation and move of front line industry information and ability to Bangladesh and give solid work to the area.

It is imagined that numerous boats and vessels created at the proposed

shipbuilding office will be structured and constructed explicitly for the fare showcase, driving settlements into Bangladesh and building supportable business.

The shipbuilding office will likewise help the neighborhood Bangladesh showcase with the assignment of meeting the significant levels of interest for digging hardware, (shallow draft) boats, and enormous scale load ships.

The proposed shipbuilding office will likewise have the ability to deliver progressively complex logical, research, investigation, and safeguard hardware in the coming years.

The development and activity of the proposed Shipbuilding Facility will help with tending to the present issues related with the limit of the Bangladesh shipping industry to build and supply enough vessels to meet present and future market necessities, some of which are all the more especially point by point in the Vision 2041 and Delta Plan 2100.

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