Max. Length: unlimited | Max. Width: 135.0m | Max. Draft: 13.5m
The 70-year history of Hanjin Heavy Industries and Construction is a journey of creativity leading the development of the world shipbuilding industry as well as a period of challenge opening the new era to the shipbuilding history in Korea. In Subic in the Philippines, Hanjin Heavy Industries and Construction will begin a new era of shipbuilding again to change the world.
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