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CSSC to build world's largest ship parts base

Shanghai: The China State Shipbuilding Corporation (CSSC) plans to turn its subsidiary, the Jiangnan Heavy Industry Co Ltd, into the biggest specialized marine-related equipment and ship fitting supply base in China in five years.
As the leading manufacturers of steel structures, LPG tanks and integrated mechanical engineering projects in China, JHIC has expanded its operation to marine-related equipment such as shaft and steering system, vessel LPG tanks, hatch cover and ship superstructure cabins.
JHIC's new workshop on Changxing Island is expected to start production soon, helping increase the company's production of shaft and steering system by more than 100 per cent to reach 70-80 units annually.
JHIC's new joint venture based in Nantong city in east China is expected to have an annual output of 40,000 sets of hatch cover by 2009.
It also plans to build a ship superstructure cabins production base in two phases to form annual production capacity of 100 units.  [1/7/08]


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