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Ship Repair Yard being built in Paraiba

February 8 2018

The total of cargo transported by sea in Brazil from January to September 2017 was 800 million tons, according to a survey by the National Agency of Waterway Transportation (Antaq). A large number of ships are needed to move such a volume and many of these ships will need repairs of various kinds. McQuilling Services, headquartered in New York, will be leading a project to invest nearly a billion in Lucena, on the coast of the northeast state of Paraíba, for the installation of the Brazil Basin Drydock Company (BBDC) repair yard projects. It will be the first dedicated ship repair yard for medium and large-sized ships in the South Atlantic basin

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