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15 December, 2015 10:57 AM Source: Dhaka Tribune

Western Marine, a leading shipbuilder in the country, yesterday handed over an International SOLAS (Safety of Life at Sea) passenger ship to New Zealand in port city.

Western Marine authority handed over the ship, MV Mataliki, to Harry Stronach, representative of New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade.

Canadian High Commissioner to Bangladesh Benoit Pierre Laramee and Ellicott Dredgers-USA president Peter Bowe were also present as special guests at the ceremony.

MV Mataliki is the first ship, made in Bangladesh, going to set its voyage to Pacific Ocean.

Addressing the ceremony as the chief guest, the Canadian envoy praised the shipbuilding industry of Bangladesh, citing the recent achievements in this sector.

The New Zealand’s representative, Harry Stronach, said the ship will be used for the people of Tokelau which will also contribute to the New Zealand’s economy.

“Shipbuilding industry is contributing highly to Bangladesh’s economy, making a positive image of the country before the world,” said Western Marine Shipyard’s Chairman Md Saiful Islam.


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