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Korea comes 2nd in global NB contracting
From January to September this year, the volume of new orders placed at shipyards in the world showed a 43% year-on-year decline, while Korea ranked the second in global contracting, following China. According to Clarksons Research, in Septemb...
China's NB orders down by half
The China Association of the National Shipbuilding Industry (CANSI) released statistics on Chinese shipyards' Jan-Aug business results on September 20. According to them, new order intakes of Chinese shipbuilding industry dropped sharply again af...
Japan ship export plummeted in August
Japanese ship export plummeted by 64% in August, a data showed. It seems uncertainties from the Middle East and US-China trade conflict, as well as strong JPY are giving the industry hard times. Jan-Aug accumulated order intake also has decreased...
Clarksons' market outlook report coming soon
Recently Clarksons Research published the executive summary from their forthcoming semi-annual report ‘Shipping Review & Outlook’, which will be soon be available on the Shipping Intelligence Network. Introducing the summary, Steve Gor...
53% upturn in Korean NB deliveries
It emerged that a total of global shipyard output from January to July 2019 stood at 821 vessels of a combined 59.7m dwt (19.8m cgt), representing a 13% year-on-year upturn in dwt terms. For the first seven months this year, according to...
SHI takes the crown in orderbook ranking
Global newbuilding orderbook stood at 3,125 units, 194.1m dwt (77.3m cgt) as of the end of July, showing a yoy decrease of 9% in cgt terms. According to Clarkson Research, the bulker orderbook declined in dwt terms by 11% from a year ago...
Korea takes 74% of NB orders in August
The share of Korean shipbuilding industry in last month's global new orders was 74% (735,000 cgt, 21 units), beating Chinese shipyards (260,000 cgt, 11 units) and taking the first place for four consecutive months since May this year. Accordin...
Korea topped in May-Aug order intakes
Korean shipbuilders has stood atop in global new order intakes for four months in a row. The Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy (MOTIE) of Korea announced through a report on September 8 that the share of Korean shipbuilding industry in la...
Chinese yards have good start in 2H
Chinese shipbuilding industry has succeeded in increasing its new order intakes which hit bottom last June. From January to July this year, according to the China Association of the National Shipbuilding Industry (CANSI), shipyards in Ch...
Korean mid-yards see order growth
Contracting saw a 42.3% year-on-year decrease in the first half of 2019, with vessels of a combined 10.26m cgt reported ordered globally. The value of contracts inked during the same period was $29.2bn, down by 23.2% against a year ago. Compared ...
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