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Brodosplit to Help Stop Venice Flooding After Winning Multimillion Dollar Contract

CroatiaCroatia’s largest shipyard, Brodosplit Shipyard Company, which is located in the Supaval bay, on the north side of the Split peninsula, has 26.5 million reasons to celebrate after securing a lucrative contract to protect Venice from floods…

Brodosplit will produce 21 steel damns for the Malamocco inlet, which will protect Venice from floods. The steel doors will be 24 metres long and 29 metres high, weighing 300 tonnes each. The project, which the Split company won in an international tender, is worth a reported 26.5 million euros. Delivery of the steel doors is expected within two months. (pic: Brodosplit.hr)

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