SCHOTT releases Eternaloc in Korea
SCHOTT, a leading international technology in glass and glass-ceramics industry, announced on December 4 that it is introducing the Eternaloc S-Type feedthrough for small LNG equipment in the Korean Market. The Eternaloc® S-Type feedthrough ...
Zhenjiang Shipyard takes over Shenghua
Jiangsu Zhenjiang Shipyard (Group) turns out to have acquired the business assets of Jiangsu Shenghua Shipbuilding, which has been declared insolvent, from its compatriot Zhenjiang High-tech Zone Development Group. Zhenjiang High-tech Zone Dev...
Sungdong-GasEntec ink MOU for LNG sector
Sungdong Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering announced on December 5 that the Korean shipbuilder signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with its compatriot engineering company GasEntec at its Tongyeong shipyard for carrying forward cooperat...
DSME won two NA LNGCs
Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (DSME) netted another pair of LNG carriers. The company announced on December 5 that it won two LNG carriers from a North American owner. It is said that they are optional units attached to last Feb...
Austal to build high speed catamaran ferry
AUSTAL (ASX:ASB) announced it has entered into a circa AU$97,700,000 million contract with the National Infrastructure Development Company (NIDCO) which is owned by the Government of the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago’s (GORTT). The contract i...
Damen to build new crew supplier
Leading Mexican offshore contractor Naviera Integral has signed a contract with the Damen Shipyards Group for the delivery of a new Fast Crew Supplier FCS 5009 for delivery in 2019. This will be the fifteenth FCS 5009 to join the Naviera Integral...
Thailand has first all-electric passenger ferry
Thailand’s first all-electric commuter ferry was recently placed into service by the Bangkok Metropolitan Authority (BMA), powered by Torqeedo. Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha celebrated the launch, giving his symbolic approval to the city’s...
Sungdong starts bidding for the new owner
Sungdong Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering begins M&A tender to find its new owner on December 19. The sellers were pursuing en bloc deal in last October, but no potential buyer emerged. They are considering splitting up assets this ti...
Damen to redevelop Montenegro yard
The consortium of superyacht marina development and operating group Adriatic Marinas and the global ship and superyacht builder Damen, have been working with the Government of Montenegro. Since 2012 the parties have been developing plans to bring...
Wisdom to order bulkers at Japan
Wisdom Marine of Taiwan is planning to order two ultramax bulkers at Japanese yards. Through a recent regulatory filing in Taiwan Stock Exchange, the company stated that it is to order a 63,300-dwt bulker at Tsuneishi Shipbuilding (or at Tsune...
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