POSCO raises steel plate prices
Shipbuilding industry will have to take the burden of cost increment as POSCO of Korea announced on Apr. 23rd that it will raise the price of steel plates including hot-rolled and cold-rolled steel plates, and Hyundai Steel announces further price in...
Chinese hit by steel price hike
The new round of steel plate price rising severely hit Chinese shipbuilders. As part of shipbuilding cost, the stable steel price is usually the main weapon for shipyards to deal with ship price diving in the past. As CANSI’s fresh statistic...
Wärtsilä orderbook picks up
Finnish engine maker Wärtsilä has described a pick up in its ship power orderbook as a “shy improvement”. The Helsinki-listed company said in its first quarter results announcement that there have been some small signs of recovery, w...
Posco ups plate prices 9.8%
South Korea's largest steel maker Posco announced today that it will raise the prices of its steel products by 9.8%-25.0% from May 3rd. Particularly, shipbuilding thick steel plate prices are to be pushed up by KRW 80,000 per ton or 9.8% to KRW 0....
Cargotec wins box lashing orders
Cargotec has received orders worth around EUR 11 million to supply loose container lashings for 17 containerships being built at Samsung Heavy Industries in Korea. Delivery of lashing systems is scheduled to start at the end of 2010. The orders we...
Slumping ship equips industry
It turned out that automobile equipments industry was the most flourishing industry while shipbuilding equipments industry went through the worst slump ever among manufacturing businesses in Busan, South Korea, in the first quarter of this year. ...
Korea sets up offshore equips R&D center
Geoje city of Korea announced on Apr. 21st that it will hold a groundbreaking ceremony of offshore plants test certification center of Korea Marine Equipment Research Institute (Komeri) South Gyeongsang Province branch, an offshore plants equipments ...
CSBC keeps orderbook till 2013
Tanwan’s CSBC Corporation has shown stronger trend than its performance in 2009. In spite of global financial crisis, CSBC becomes the very few worldwide shipbuilders who are still able to win new orders. Even in the worst time of 2009, CSBC kep...
Busan suppliers join 'SEA JAPAN'
The Tokyo shipbuilding and marine fair 'SEA JAPAN 2010' will be held for three days from Apr. 21th. 364 companies from 25 countries including China, Norway, Germany, Finland, and the hosting country Japan will attend the exhibition to be held at ...
'DUTCH MARINE 2010' Postponed
A shipbuilding equipments export fair, 'DUTCH MARINE 2010', which was scheduled to be held on the 20th and 21st of April, was postponed indefinitely, as Dutch shipbuilding equipments buying delegations from 11 companies could not get into Korea due t...
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