Busan city finds its way into West European marine equipment...
Busan city, South Korea, has decided to send 10 marine equipment enterprises in the city to ‘Shipbuilding, Machinery & Marine Technology International Trade Fair, Hamburg.’ (SMM, 23-26 Sept.) Therewith, it aims to open an overseas market for t...
Livart ship furniture to advance into Vietnam
South Korea’s Livart pushes forward its ship furniture business into Vietnam. Livart’s ship furniture division Livart Marine announced September 21 that it would supply ship furniture for the vessels Hyundai-Vinashin Shipyard builds in Vietnam...
China’s overseas trade of marine equipment to flourish in ...
China’s foreign trade of shipbuilding equipment in the first half of this year turned out to have increased by considerable amount. According to a statistics collected by the ship branch of China Machinery and Electronic Products Imports & Expor...
E-navigation key technology for ships to be localized in Sou...
The key technology for ‘e-navigation system for ships’ will be developed in South Korea. The system connects with land information center, automatically switching the communication channels, when ships are operated at sea home and abroad. The ...
Chinese steelmakers to enlarge shipbuilding steel plate outp
Chinese steelmakers seem to be turning their eyes upon shipbuilding steel plate which is in strong demand at home and abroad. The move may improve the steel plate procurement environment for not only Chinese shipbuilders which face supply shortage...
The 4Q material price hikes weigh on Shipbuilding industry
Domestic (Korea) shipbuilders, being fettered by strong purchasing desire, are being swayed by steel mill’s unreasonable demand. Given that domestic (Korea) shipbuilders’ steel plates purchasing power is considered to be the best in the world ...
Nippon Steel to boost prices of steel provided for South Kor...
The world’s second largest iron and steel manufacturer in Japan, Nippon Steel has raised the prices of steel plates which are supplied for South Korea’s Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) and Daewoo shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (DSME). Bloomb...
Japanese shipbuilding industry is in shortage of steel plate
According to Japanese economy daily, Nippon Steel Corporation and JFE Steel are reported to scramble to coming up with countermeasures over a shortage of steel plates supplies for shipbuilding. Nippon Steel Corporation plans to boost the productiv...
NYK Line to develop solar panels for powering ships
Nippon Yusen Kaisha (NYK Line) on August 26 announced that it will jointly develop a solar panel system which partially powers a ship by solar energy, with Nippon Oil Corporation. NYK Line is going to invest about $1.4m in the solar panels to be d...
STX Engine to sign a massive supply contract
South Korea’s STX Engine has signed a contract to supply a large number of vessel engines worth KRW 162bn. STX Engine on 21 August revealed that it has entered into a contract with a domestic large-scale shipbuilding company to supply a total of...
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