Organization to give Pakistan 4 ASD towing boats, 2 pilot boats worth $33.46 million. Pakistan and a Turkish shipbuilder marked two agreements Thursday worth $33.46 million for the acquisition of four ASD towing boats (LNG viable) and two pilot boats.
The agreements were endorsed between Pakistan’s Port Qasim Authority and Sanmar Shipyards, as indicated by an assertion from Pakistan’s Ministry of Maritime Affairs. Sanmar, Turkey’s leading towing boat maker, will convey the vessels inside a year.
The signing function was seen by Pakistan’s Federal Minister for Maritime Affairs Syed Ali Haider Zaidi and Turkish Ambassador to Pakistan Mustafa Yurdakul at the Maritime Ministry’s office in the capital Islamabad.
This will be a good step in the charitable relations between both the nations, the assertion said. Zaidi likewise welcomed Sanmar to assemble a shipyard in Pakistan, share their ability, move their innovation and advantage from the local talented labor force and low wages in Pakistan.
An official from SanMar said they will take up the invitation and lauded the due steadiness done by the Port Qasim Authority’s management and vowed to convey the vessels early while guaranteeing their quality.