Qingshan to receive an order for two 57K bulkers
Goldenport Holdings (Greece) has decided to order two 57,000-dwt bulk carriers at Qingshan Shipyard (China) The ship prices total $91.66m and the London-listed company has already found a charterer to employ the bulkers for $27,000 per day for thr...
POSCO pushes for jumping in shipbuilding industry
POSCO pushes for jumping in the shipbuilding industry by signing a tie-up with Ukraine’s shipyard and iron ore steel mill company. According to sources, Ukraine’s big corporation is in the course of inking a memorandum of understanding (MOU) c...
Tata plans to order two Capesize bulkers
India’s Tata Power seems to have decided to order two Capesize bulk carriers at China’s Qingdao Beihai Shipbuilding Heavy Industry. The 205,000-dwt bulkers were ordered reportedly for $100m per vessel for delivery in 2011, but both the owner a...
STX Shipbuilding to receive an order for six VLCCs
Denmark’s Maersk Tankers reportedly has a plan of newbuilding of vessels for about $1bn. The Danish company, tanker division of A.P. Moller-Maersk Group, seems to be in the final phase of negotiation to place an order for a maximum of six VLCCs ...
Sungdong receives an order for six tankers
South Korea’s Sungdong Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering on Aug. 22 announced that it has received an order for the construction of four crude oil tankers (158,000 DWT) and two product carriers (75,000 DWT) from Grand Union (Greece) for $520m (KRW ...
DSME to receive an order for four VLCCs
Amid growing worries about shipbuilding industry’s downturn owing to the weakened global economy, South Korea’s Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (DSME) has received an order for the construction of four VLCCs (very large crude carriers), ...
STX Shipbuilding to receive an order for two bulkers
South Korea’s STX Shipbuilding on 21 announced that it has received an order for the construction of two bulk carriers for KRW 122.9bn. Shipowner is a Middle East company and the delivery is slated for November 2011.
Eitzen to order four more bulkers
Oslo-listed Camillo Eitzen has decided to order four more Supramax bulkers at Japanese shipyards. The sizes of the ships are not revealed but they are reportedly under 60,000 DWT. Ship prices are around $50m per vessel and deliveries are slated fo...
Bohai to receive orders for 14 ships in 1H 2008
China’s Bohai Shipbuilding Heavy Industry has received orders for 14 newbuildings from four shipowners at home and abroad during the first half of this year. According to the data released on 19 from its parent company, the state-owned China Shi...
Dalian to keep receiving orders for VLCCs
Sanko Steamship (Japan) jointly placed an order with Wah Kwong Shipping (Hong Kong) for the construction of a 300,000-dwt VLCC at Dalian Shipbuilding Industry (China). The construction of the vessel will be completed toward the end of 2011 and the...
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