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So far, maintenance work for MSV ’Nordica’ – seen here breaking ice outside of Hamina – and for other multipurpose vessels has kept RMC busy. I n part owned by the same investors Managing Director of Uudenkau- kaupunki shipyard, the maximum length of vessels is 80 metres. who are co-owners of a smaller ship- pungin Työvene, Mr. Harri Putro, has noted yard Uudenkaupungin Työvene – known that the two shipbuilding companies may as a builder of ferries and smaller patrol eventually merge. Both shipyards are sit- MAINTENANCE and pilot vessels and situated in the uated close to each other on the south- FOR ICEBREAKERS town of Uusikaupunki –, Rauma Marine western coast of Finland. On 1st October 2014, Mr. Heikki Pöntynen Constructions Oy (RMC) is the new com- RMC now has the capability to build was elected for the post of the new Man- pany that has taken over at Rauma Ship- and repair ships of lengths up to at least aging Director of Rauma Marine Construc- yard. 200 metres at Rauma shipyard. In Uusi- tions Oy. He was formerly Business Line 40 seatec 1/2015