NYK orders 120K bulk carriers to enlarge its fleet
Nippon Yusen Kaisha (NYK) placed orders for three more post-Panamax bulkers to enlarge its post-Panamax bulker fleet (90,000~120,000dwt vessels). Of the three ships, two are a new 120,000dwt type which Oshima Shipbuilding has developed, and are sc...
MOL, newbuilding of 10 container ships
Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL, Japan) decided to place an order for building 10 container ships (5600TEU). Hyundai Samho Heavy Industries (HSHI, Korea) will construct the vessels and the construction will be completed in 2011~2012. Bernhard Shulte (Ger...
Imabari (Japan) receives an order for two ore carriers
Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL, Japan) decided to place an order for new construction of two ore carriers (320,000dwt) at Imabari Shipbuilding (Japan). The two ships are known to be delivered in 2014. MOL determined to invest in them, expecting an incre...
Seko Heavy Industries win orders for 16 units of 34K class b...
Seko Heavy Industries is seen to be clinching orders for handy-size bulk carriers one after another. Starting with German MPC Steamship GmbH this year, it is known to be winning total 16 units of 34,000dwt bulker from in and out of countries, the ...
STX Shipbuilding receives an order for 4 bulkers by SCI
STX Shipbuilding (Korea) appears to continue receiving orders for construction of bulk carriers. A source says that it has received an order for the construction of four bulkers (81,000dwt) by Shipping Corporation of India (SCI), due for delivery ...
China, shipbuilding output totals 10.24m dwt in 1H 2008
According to the statistics from the China Association of the National Shipbuilding Industry (CANSI), Chinese shipbuilding output in the first half of this year amounted to 10.24m dwt, up 36% from the last year’s first half. Considering each shi...
SHI bags orders for 5 tankers
Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI, Korea) takes a positive attitude in receiving orders for construction of tankers. According to foreign news sources, the Korean shipyard has received orders for five tankers by August 1. The ordered tankers are two V...
Chinese three shipyards clinched 22 bulkers
China’s Shanghaiguan Shipyard, Bohai Shipbuilding Heavy Industry Co. and Chengxi shipyard Co. Ltd, those three shipyards are reported to have won a combined 22 orders for bulkers from SDIC-State Development Investment Corporation, with a capacity o...
DSME clinched an order worth 766 billion won ($0.76) for a d...
Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering said in a regulatory filing as of 30th that DSME secured an order worth 766 billion won ($0.76) for a drillship. The deposit amounted to 10.8 percent of the recent sales revenue and the contract period is f...
HHIC captures an order for 2 container ships at KRW 141.3bn
Hanjin Heavy Industries & Construction (HHIC) in Korea announced publicly on July 31 that it has received an order from European shipowner for construction of two container ships at the price of KRW 141.3bn (USD 137.2m). The containers are due for...
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