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Big3 ruled Korean shipbuilding industry
During November, global shipyards have won 83 units, 5.2m dwt of newbuilding contracts. It makes the total global tally by November 935 units, 69.7m dwt (26m cgt), which means yoy 13% decrease in terms of annualized dwt. Clarkson Research data...
Improved November for Japanese shipbuilders
Japanese shipyards had experienced an improved November compared to September and October. According to the Japan Ship Exporters' Association (JSEA), their new export ship orders stand at 27 units of a combined 1.41m gt (670,000 cgt) in total ...
Can 2018 NB orderbook see y-o-y growth?
International newbuilding orderbook recorded 203.5m dwt (78.9m cgt, 3,098 units) at the end of November this year, representing a slight downturn against a year ago. Of the current orderbook, 53% in dwt terms is scheduled to be delivered in 2019....
"Need to take note of Capesize, LNGC and MR1"
VesselsValue has recently announced its analysis on the demand and supply of three ship types which are worth paying attention to next year. The analysts of VesselsValue, a shipping vessel database service, pointed Capesize bulker, large...
Korea poised to top in 2018 NB orders
Korean shipbuilding industry has been awarded newbuildings of 10.90m cgt for the 11 months to November 30, 2018, extending its lead over No. 2 Chinese shipyards to over 2m cgt. which is poised to reclaim the top new order spot in seven years.&nbs...
Ship export increased in November
The Korean industry exported $51.92bn (yoy 4.5% increase), imported $46.78bn (11.4% increase), earning $5.14bn, recording 82nd consecutive profitable month in November. The Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy (MOTIE) explained that last Nov...
Global yards see 14% decline in NB orders
A total of 811 vessels of 61.8m dwt and 23.1m cgt turn out to have been ordered from January to October 2018, down by 14% year-on-year in dwt terms on an annualized basis. For the 10 months to October 31, 2018, according to Clarkson Research, ...
"Korea delivered fewer units in 2018"
The global shipyards have delivered a total of 1,078 new ships of 70.4m dwt (26m cgt) by October this year. The estimated total delivery of 2018, 81m dwt is a 17% decrease from 2017 in terms of dwt. Clarkson Research data shows that during the...
Korea sees sharp upturn in NB orderbook
Global newbuilding orderbook recorded 201.2m dwt (77.8m cgt, 3,056 units) at the end of October this year, down by about 7% against a year ago in terms of dwt. Of the current orderbook, 10% in dwt terms is scheduled to be delivered for the rest o...
Japan sees poor export orders in Oct also
It turned out that Japanese shipyards have seen a slump in their export activities last October also. According to the Japan Ship Exporters' Association (JSEA), their new export ship orders stand at 14 units of a combined 850,000 gt (380,000 cgt)...
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