Jung may serve consecutive terms
It seems Jung Sung-Leep, the present CEO of Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (DSME) may retain his office for another term. For last three years, Mr Jung has tried to normalize DSME. And now it is understood that both the union and...
ClassNK releases Guidelines for Use of Drones in Class Surve
Leading classification society ClassNK announced on April 9 that it has released its Guidelines for Use of Drones in Class Surveys. These guidelines incorporate the applicable range and procedures for use of drones in class surveys, the technical...
Keppel says bye to Titan Quanzhou
Keppel Corporation of Singapore announced on April 3 that its affiliate FELS Offshore and China's Titan Petrochemicals Group have terminated a management services agreement for Titan Quanzhou Shipyard. The agreement was announced in April 9 20...
Fukuoka acquires Usuki Shipyard
Fukuoka Shipbuilding announced on April 9 that the Japanese company accepts the succession of its compatriot Usuki Shipyard after buying more than 90% shares in the shipyard. After the business integration, the two firms, which have strength i...
STX O&S' self-help plan under review
STX Offshore & Shipbuilding (STX O&S) and its labor union have managed to reach a tentative agreement on self-help plan. The question is, do the government and creditors accept the agreement. After reaching a tentative agreement ...
HMM sending out RFP for boxships
Hyundai Merchant Marine (HHM) is pursuing the construction of environmentally friendly mega-containerships. On April 10, the company revealed its intention to build highly efficient, environmentally friendly containerships responding to the gover...
Hudong scores new VLEC order
China LNG Shipping is understood to have signed MoU with a compatriot yard and American Ethane for the construction and employment of new VLEC series. When completed, the units will be deployed for COA with American Ethane, it is said. It is h...
GTT receives two new orders from DSME
GTT announces it has received at the end of March, an order from the South Korean shipyard Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering (DSME) for the design of the LNG tanks of two LNG carriers (LNGC). Each offering a capacity of 173,400m3, the...
Uljanik chooses its restructuring partner
Croatia's Uljanik Shipyard, which had suffered from financial problems over recent years, turns out to have chosen its compatriot Kermas Energija as a strategic partner for restructuring. The Croatian shipbuilder picked the partner in or...
KOSHIPA forms human resource sector council
With the goal of raising the competitiveness of local shipbuilding & offshore plant sector by maximizing the use of retired manpower and laying foundation for small company-centered mutual growth strategy, the Korea Offshore & Shipbuildin...
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