Shipyard Jobs to Be Created in Southwest Finland

Posted by | 19th July 2013 | Finland News

According to recent news, STX Finland and Scandlines, the Danish-German company which is one of Europe’s largest ferry operator, have announced that two new ferries will be built by the Rauma and Turku shipyards. This project is estimated to create approximately 1,000 shipyard jobs in southwest Finland, primarily in the Rauma area.

STX Finland’s EVP, Mr. Timo Suistio recently commented in an interview that the project’s total cost is around a few hundred million Euros and negotiations are currently underway with the two shipyards.

The new ferries will be running on low-emission LNG instead of the traditional fuel and are due for completion in 2015.  They are scheduled to operate along the route between Rostock in Germany and Gedser in Denmark.

Each ferry’s capacity will be 1,300 passengers and 72 trucks or 382 cars.

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