Jiangnan seals 2,500-teu orders with Evergreen Marine
Taiwan's Evergreen Marine Corp has finalized a contract with Jiangnan Shipyard in China to build new containerships. The shipowner recently announced in Taiwan Stock Exchange that its wholly-owned subsidiary Evergreen Marine (Hong Kong) Ltd. h...
DSME's VLCC option cancelled
Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (DSME) announced through a regulatory filing on November 16 that two options attached to an agreement signed on November 2 with Hunter Tankers, part of Hunter Group, for very large crude carrier (VLCC)...
DAE SUN achieves 2018 NB order goal
DAE SUN Shipbuilding & Engineering held an event on November 17 at Igidae Park, Busan Metropolitan City, Korea, in order to celebrate the reaching of this year's new order sales goal. The event, which featured various athletic ...
How Korea reclaims 'No.1' NB seller?
Compared to Chinese shipbuilders which have been awarded newbuildings of 7.1n cgt only for the 10 months to October 31, 2018, Korean shipyards' new order intakes surpassed a 10m cgt level last September already. Korea has the most potential of be...
Korea to reveal shipbuilding revival plan
The Korean government comes up with additional countermeasures for its compatriot shipbuilding industry in trouble. The Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy (MOTIE) of Korea has recently announced that it will reveal a plan for enhanci...
Carnival Cruise cuts steel for mega cruise
Carnival Cruise Line reaffirmed its place as the leader of innovation in the U.S. cruise industry today as the first steel was cut for the line's newest class of ship and the new livery was revealed for the 180,000-ton XL vessel that will be the ...
Shin Yang to build Malaysia's first LNG-powered PSV
Malaysian yard is set to build the country's first-ever LNG-fuelled offshore vessel. Malaysia's Shin Yang Shipyard and Singapore-based Synergy Marine Group have recently signed a memorandum of understanding for the construction of one LNG dual...
Changhong wins another feeders, this time from Malaysian
Malaysia's MTT Shipping turns out to have ordered new feeder containerships in China. The shipowner has signed a shipbuilding contract with China's Zhoushan Changhong International Shipyard for two 1,800-teu ships, according to foreign media a...
France & Italia to set up future road map
Shipbuilding associations in Italia and France have recently agreed to set up a road map for joint research, development, and innovation (RDI) in shipbuilding and ship supply business sectors. The National Association of Italian Shipbuil...
Korea held LNG bunkering conference
The Ministry of Oceans and Fisheries (MOF) held 'International LNG Fueled Ship & Bunkering Conference' on November 15 at Haundae Grand Hotel, Busan Metropolitan City, Korea, together with the Korea LNG Bunkering Industry Association (KOLBIA),...
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