DSME’s Labor Union Decided To Start a Dispute
Labor Union of Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (DSME) on 11th decided to take actions in dispute with the management, already negotiating with it for the wage collective agreement. DSME’s Labor Union put it to the vote whether to start a ...
CSBC Intend to Increase ship prices
Taiwan’s CSBC, the country’s largest shipbuilder, plans to pass the part of price increase on due to the soaring prices of steel plates. The chairman of CSBC made it clear on that matter lately through the foreign press and it is reported that...
SHI enjoys smooth sailing in terms of the order result.
Samsung Heavy Industries Co. is seen to be smooth sailing in winning the construction orders for attaining this year’s target of construction orders, reaching $1.5 billion. Samsung Heavy Industries Co. is reported to have garnered the nine conta...
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