Tsuji still fabricating deck equipment
Major deck equipment manufacturer Tsuji Heavy Industries, which is currently in the middle of corporate reorganization proceedings, is still constructing newbuildings at its yard in Zhangjiagang which is being independently operated, as reported earl...
Niigata Power bags first order for new engine
Niigata Power Systems recently received its first order from an overseas customer for its new medium-speed engine 28AHX, which it developed and introduced on the market last autumn. The new engine will be supplied with a 360-degree swivel Z-type prop...
Angang ranks largest plate production base
It is reported that 90% of the shipbuilding plates used in China's present very large oil tanker are produced by Angang, which leading the mill to enter into the top one production base for shipbuilding plate. As reported, Angang signed strategic ...
Steel plate price sinking in China
China Association of the National Shipbuilding Industry said that shipbuilding plate price will continue the downward movement in future. CANSI predicts the possible demand for shipbuilding plate will be 20 tonnes in 2010, while the outputs in 200...
CSSC to increase plate purchases by 15%
It is reported that China State Shipbuilding Corp expects to increase shipbuilding plate purchases by 15% from a year ago from its five new strategic partners tied up this year. As China's biggest ship plate user, CSSC continues pushing for strate...
Chinese want iron ore prices set at 2007
The annual tit-for-tat that is the iron ore price negotiations between Chinese mills and overseas mines is hotting up with the mills holding the whip hand for the first time in years. Shougang Iron & Steel, China's sixth-largest steel maker, said on ...
Wartsila teams up with Japanese
Japan’s IHI Marine United and Wärtsilä of Finland have signed a co-operation agreement that will herald a marked increase in the use of an energy efficient Contra-Rotating Propeller system. IHI Marine spokesman Dave Iwamoto said: “Under...
MacGREGOR gets order for self-unloading systems
Finland-based MacGREGOR has received an order for two bulk cement selfunloading systems from Taiheiyo Engineering Corporation in Japan. The cement selfunloading systems will be installed on each of two cement carriers designed for coastal cement d...
Aker awarded drilling riser contract by Daewoo
Aker Solutions has been awarded another contract for the delivery of a deepwater drilling riser system to Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (DSME). Contract value is approximately USD 36.5 million. This is the fifth deepwater drilling riser sy...
Baosteel lowers prices of shipbuilding steel again
According to local Chinese media sources, it appears that Baosteel Group Corp., the country's largest steel company, will lower prices again on shipbuilding steel beginning with deliveries made this month. It appears that it will lower the price per ...
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