Aquino lauds strong gov‘t partnership with Hanjin
Manila Bulletin

SUBIC BAY FREEPORT, Philippines — President Benigno S. Aquino III lauded Korean shipbuilding giant Hanjin Heavy Industry Corp.-Philippines (HHIC-Phil) for bringing huge economic gains to the local economy during his visit here Wednesday.

Aquino cited the Korean firm during the vessel-naming ceremony for two bulk-carrier ships that were recently produced at the Subic shipyard – proof, he said further, of what could be achieved in partnership ventures between the government..

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Shipbuilder Hanjin Heavy pursuing P8-billion expansion in Mindanao
Manlia Bulletin

Korea’s giant shipbuilder Hanjin Heavy Industries and Construction Co.-Philippines (HHIC-Phils.) has remained interested in pursuing its P8-billion expansion project in the Phividec Industrial Estate in Tagoloan, Misamis, Oriental.

Philippine Economic Zone Authority Director General Lilia B. De Lima told reporters at the sidelines of the 15th PEZA Investors Recognition Night that Hanjin officials conveyed this message late last year.

According to De Lima, the Korean shipbuil..

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Hanjin rolls off 12th Subic-made vessel
Manila Bulletin

Hanjin rolls off 12th Subic-made vessel

SUBIC BAY FREEPORT — Hanjin Heavy Industries Corporation-Philippines, Inc. recently rolled off the M/T Eser K, a 114,000-deadweight ton crude oil tanker, the 12th vessel completed in their shipbuilding facility inside this premier Freeport.

The US$68-million vessel was officially presented to its owner, the Turkey-based Kaptanoglu Shipping Line, during a formal naming ceremony on Wednesday at HHIC-Phils. Redondo Peninsula shipyar..

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Hanjin launches first oil tanker made in Subic
The Manila Times

Korean shipbuilder Hanjin Heavy Industries Corp.-Philippines on Friday unveiled the first oil tanker it manufactured at the Subic Bay Freeport, the Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority (SBMA) said.

The 114,000-deadweight ton tanker named Leyla K is 241.3 meters long and has a breadth of 44 meters—the largest oil tanker built in the country.

The $68-million Leyka K was purchased by Kaptanoglu Shipping Line, a Turkish company.

At present, the $1.7-billion Hanjin shipy..

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Biggest shipbuilding company in RP donates P.5-Million construction materials to victims of Kiko
Philippine Information Agency

Iba, Zambales (3 September) -- Hanjin Heavy Industries & Construction Co. Ltd.-Philippines, Inc. (HHIC-Phil), one of the world's biggest shipbuilding company, donated yesterday (September 2) more than half a million peso worth of building & construction materials to be utilized in Botolan town as part of the rehabilitation efforts by the provincial government to help the victims of Typhoon Kiko.

The materials include seven large truckloads of cement, corrugated G.I. sheets a..

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