OSM Newbuilding developing Luxury Cruise Ship Experience
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OSM Singapore have entered into an agreement with China Merchants Group Hong Kong to support them with service provisions during Phase One and Phase Two in the intended newbuilding of a pair of 70,000 GRT Luxury Cruise Ships in Europe.


‘This agreement has many components; we are to provide the outline specification, GA plan, preparation of tendering document for shipyard(s), negotiation and signing of the LOI and ship building contract.  This agreement presents us with an exciting challenge’, says Douglas Dalli, Managing Director of Newbuilding and Projects, ‘these ships are aiming for the booming Chinese market so they are to contain many Chinese ‘elements’ which presents us with a new opportunity to expand our experience breadth.’ 


“The significance of this project for OSM represents a commitment of our teams desire to make use of new methods and ideas to better enable our Clients in these challenging industry times.  We are able to effectively support them through our global collective competency initiative maximizing our potential with combined knowledge and expertise.  In this regard, we must express our deepest appreciation to all of our colleagues involved in making this project a reality for OSM.  Today, with our friends at China Merchant Group - we look forward to the future, and the potential to develop new projects while working together to meet upcoming challenges and take advantage of the opportunities that the market will present us." says CEO, Geir Sekkesaeter.


About China Merchants Group

China Merchants Group is well-known both in and out of China for its rich history and business strength. The company is now at a new starting point of reforms and innovations to becoming a global top-class enterprise of international competitiveness.

China Merchants Group is a leading state-owned conglomerate based in Hong Kong, under direct supervision of State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission of the State Council. It is also listed as one of the four Chinese-funded enterprises in Hong Kong.

To learn more please visit www.cmhk.com