HHLA enhanced rail terminal at Hamburg
Two extra tracks and two new rail gantry cranes have been added to the rail terminal at the Container Terminal Burchardkai (CTB), which was one of the largest terminals in Europe even before this expansion. The rail terminal now has ten tracks. I...
SCHOTTEL integrated tidal businesses
Following the successful collaboration between Sustainable Marine Energy (SME), SCHOTTEL HYDRO and Black Rock Tidal Power to develop and demonstrate the PLAT-I floating tidal energy system, with deployments in Scotland and in Canada, SCHOTTEL has...
China Ocean sells uncompleted ship
Regarding two of six uncompleted ships which are under construction at its shipbuilding arm Jiangzhou Union Shipbuilding, China Ocean Industry Group turns out to have made a preliminary agreement with a potential buyer. According ...
"Greek owners and LNGCs are 2018 icons"
It turned out that LNG carrier orders and Greek shipowners' newbuilding rally relieved the pressure on scarce orders in shipbuilding industry last year. In 2018, according to Clarksons Research, newbuilds of 77m dwt were ordered, down by...
Shipbuilding can take some of KRW15trn aid package
The Financial Services Commission, Korea Development Bank (KDB), Industrial Bank Of Korea (IBK) have announced KRW15trn of an industrial aid package. The package includes KRW10trn allocation for small and mid-sized companies’ modernization p...
Road map reviewed for Subic Shipyard
An eight year-road map rises for the normalization of Hanjin Heavy Industries and Construction's (HHIC's) overseas subsidiary HHIC-Phil (Subic Shipyard) which has recently been placed on receivership. According to foreign press and...
HHI requested government aid to keep employment
Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) turned out to have requested government aid to maintain employment of its staffs. Since last August when it shut down offshore factory, offshore division employees have went paid leave. In December 2018, HHI mana...
Samkang officializes OWF substructure deal
Samkang M&T made a substructure deal official, which had been first revealed by Song Moo-seok, Chairman and CEO of the company last week. The company and a European EPC operator (Jan De Nul-Hitachi) of Taiwan Power Company’s Changhua OWF...
KHAN scores newbuilding debut
KHAN has garnered its first newbuilding contract from an operator of Thailand, V.L. Enterprise PCL. The agreement contains a 2,800-dwt CPP (Clean Petroleum Product) tanker, and the deal has secured R/G from a Korean bank in January. KHAN, the ...
OSG exercised option for new barge at Gunderson
Overseas Shipholding Group, Inc. (NYSE: OSG) (the “Company” or “OSG”) a provider of energy transportation services for crude oil and petroleum products in the U.S. Flag markets, announced that it has exercised an option to construct a sec...
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