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Reliance shipyard in Pipavav to repair US Navy vessels

17 February 2017 | Mumbai
 

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Reliance Infrastructure Limited (RInfra)-controlled Reliance Defence and Engineering Limited (RDEL) has signed the Master Ship Repair Agreement (MSRA) with the US Navy.

Last month, the Reliance shipyard had been qualified by the US Navy as an approved contractor to perform complex repair and alternation services for its Seventh Fleet vessels operating in the region.

The shipyard, at Pipavav, is the first such yard in India to have received MSRA certification to undertake servicing and repairing works for the vessels of the Seventh Fleet. The fleet has about 100 vessels of different types, including auxiliaries.

   
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