"Standardization brings much productivity"
The Korean Association of Plant Information & Technology (KAPIT) had 'the plant and shipbuilding conference 2019' on January 18 at the Kim Koo Museum, Seoul, Korea, to discuss solutions for overcoming the current crisis in domestic plant and ...
Zvezda ice-breaking LNGCs may benefit Korean Big 3
While the industry heard about 14 new ice-breaking LNG carriers allocated to Zvezda Shipbuilding Complex (SSC Zvezda) by Novatek, the series might benefit Korean Big 3 yards as well. Industry sources told that while Zvezda would build the ship...
"Rebound expected in equipment market"
The Busan Marine Equipment Association (BMEA) has recently conducted a business survey on 551 shipbuilding and offshore equipment providers in Busan Metropolitan City with a help from the city and the Busan Employers Federation (KEF). Ac...
OOIL expected to order 23K boxship sextet
Orient Overseas (International) Ltd (OOIL) is said to have planned to order six LNG-ready mega containerships. According to foreign presses including Lloyd's List, the company is likely to book six 23,000 teu boxships at a Chinese shipyard. Th...
Zvezda thickens orderbook by 42% in 2H 2018
Zvezda Shipbuilding Complex (SSC Zvezda) has brought up its orderbook by 42% in 2H last year thanks to increasing domestic demands. Industry sources and media reported that the company currently has a total of 37 units of ships in the orderboo...
UPA inviting OTC 2019 participants
The Ulsan Port Authority (UPA) of Korea announced it is inviting local companies to participate in OTC 2019 in Houston, Texas, to promote expansion into the overseas market. Any small and mid-sized offshore/port equipment manufacturer that has...
Japan to sketch subsea drone guide
The Japanese government is planning to draft an operational guide for Autonomous Underwater Vehicle (AUV) by next year. Yomiuri Shimbun reported that multiple Japanese players, both in private (KHI, IHI) and public sectors, are developing AUV ...
BV appoints new Marine & Offshore leader
Bureau Veritas announces the appointment, effective January 1, of Matthieu de Tugny as Executive Vice-President, Bureau Veritas Group to lead the Marine & Offshore Division (M&O). He will be a member of the Bureau Veritas Group Executive ...
UCL points out hydrogen & ammonia as fuel of tomorrow
An energy-shipping expert from University College London (UCL) pointed out hydrogen and ammonia as the fuel of future for the shipping industry, in his recent interview with TradeWinds. Tristan Smith, an energy and shipping reader at UCL, pred...
Saipem awarded two EPIC jobs by Aramco
Saipem has been awarded two EPIC contracts (Engineering, Procurement, Installation, Construction) assigned by the client Saudi Aramco for a total amount of approximately 1,3 billion USD as part of the Long Term Agreement for offshore activities i...
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