China: CCCC Shanghai Dredging Wins Lianyungang Channel Deal

On February 19, CCCC Shanghai Dredging Co., Ltd. won the bid for Lot HDSG-1 of the 50,000t channel project in Basin 2 of Xuwei zone of Lianyungang Port, with a construction period of four months.

As the auxiliary project of Phase 1 of the 300,000t channel project of Lianyungang Port, this contract involves construction of channel and cofferdam inverted filter in the mud disposal area.

The channel has a full length of some 2,600 meters, a designed water depth of 15.2 meters and a designed bottom elevation of -11.5 meters.

This development project will further promote the economic development of Lianyungang.

Press Release, March 7, 2014

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