alang

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alang

(ˈɑːlɑːŋ)
n
(Plants) a type of grass grown in Malaysia and often used for thatching roofs
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However, competition from newer facilities in Alang, India and Chittagong, Bangladesh resulted in a significant reduction in output, with Gadani today producing less than one fifth of the scrap it produced in the 1980s.
Shipbreaking industry in Alang, India where their government having directions from the country's Supreme Court has started implementing a shipbreaking code.
He cited the example of shipbreaking industry in Alang, India where their government having directions from the country's supreme court had started implementing a shipbreaking code -- as a result the accidents and the casualties there have reduced to a considerable extent.
Last month, she arrived off Alang, India, for scrapping.
By the time she was scrapped in 2001, she had sailed for 23 years and then spent her latter 27 years virtually static, but went under her own power to be broken up at Alang, India.
In Alang, India, 173 workers have died in more than 170 shipyards since 2001, killed by falling steel parts or burned to death in explosions.
The 15-year-old ship, which belongs to the German company Norddeutsche Vermogen Holding GmbH & Co and is chartered by the Swiss company MSC, is due to set sail next week for a shipbreakers' yard in Alang, India.
The scrapping of this last UK-South Africa mailboat started last month in Alang, India
SCANDAL: The ship-breaking yard in Alang, India, manned by 40,000 unprotected workers using their bare hands.
However, competition from newer facilities in Alang, India and Chittagong, Bangladesh resulted in an important reduction in output, with Gadani presently producing less than one fifth of the scrap it produced in the 1980s.
He cited the example of ship breaking industry in Alang, India where their government having directions from the country's supreme court has started implementing a ship breaking code as a result the accidents and the casualties there have reduced to a considerable extent.
It said the Greenpeace flagship Rainbow Warrior has tracked the end-of-life vessel Genova Bridge to Alang, India.