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"Global offshore orderbook still low levels"
The offshore orderbook accounts for only 4% as a share of the global fleet against the backdrop of depressed markets. Analyst Ivan Rumynin at Clarksons Research said that offshore contracting is "extremely low levels" for several years. Rum...
LNG carriers needed for next 10 years
It turned out that France GTT has presented market prospects for the mid and long-term in various fields. The France company expected that the LNG carrier sector will need 285 to 305 ships over the next 10 years. It expected that orders ...
Korea takes 67% of global NB orders
Korean shipyards were awarded newbuilds of 200,000 cgt (eight units), taking the lion's share (67%) of global new order intakes 300,000 cgt (18 units) posted last February. Of the eight vessels, three shuttle tankers Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI...
Japan posts upturn in ship exports
Japanese shipyards saw about 10% year-on-year upturn in their new export ship orders last January. According to the Japan Ship Exporter's Association (JSEA), In January, shipbuilders in Japan were awarded 18 vessels of a combined 745,150...
Global NB orders fallen sharply
It turned out that the global shipbuilding industry's order intakes in January 2020 were only a quarter of the order intakes. (year on year in 2019) In the month of January, according to Clarksons Research, a total of 33 vessels of about 750,0...
China's new orders declined by 20%
The China Association of the National Shipbuilding Industry (CANSI) has released on January 19 that statistics of business results its compatriot shipbuilders made from January to December 2019. According to statistics, from January to D...
15% decline seen in Japan's export ship orders
Japanese shipyards saw a 30% decline in their new export ship orders last December (year-on-year). According to the Japan Ship Exporter's Association (JSEA), In December, shipbuilders in Japan were awarded 20 vessels of a combined 918,08...
Korea Ranked No. 1 in NB orders
The Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy recently announced that South Korea's shipbuilding industry ranked first in the world by winning 9.43m cgt of global ship orders last year out of 25.29m cgt based on data from Clarkson Research. Altho...
Japan's ship exports halved in November
It turned out that last month's new export ship orders in Japanese shipbuilding industry plummeted by about 52% year-on-year. According to the Japan Ship Exporters' Association (JSEA), in November, shipbuilders in Japan scored 15 vessels...
China sees upturn in NB orders in Nov
The China Association of the National Shipbuilding Industry (CANSI) released statistics on Chinese shipyards' Jan-Nov business results on December 17. According to them, new orders Chinese shipbuilding industry won last November stood at 3.47m dw...
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