Chartwell marine launches new CTV design
Chartwell Marine, a pioneer in next generation vessel design, has announced the launch of the Chartwell 24, a brand-new crew transfer vessel (CTV) design for the international offshore wind markets. The catamaran design has been developed in conj...
Japan greets BC order spree
Japanese shipbuilding industry is welcoming the current new bulker order spree. Shipyards in the country are said to have consecutively won new bulkers from owners including Norden, Kassian Maritime, and Biko Kisen. Kassian Mari...
NYK books LNGC at SHI?
NYK Line seems to have ordered one LNG carrier from Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI). The Korean shipbuilding heavyweight announced on October 1 that it won one 174,000 cbm LNG carrier from Asian shipowner at about KRW 200.1bn (about $179.8m) fo...
LNGC ordering cycle getting stronger
It seems the global LNGC ordering cycle is getting wider and wider. Choi Kwang-Sik, a researcher at Hi Investment & Securities, commented that massive LNG export projects emerging in Qatar and the US are enhancing the current LNGC newbuild...
Korea to set up smart shipyard model
The Korean government carries forward the construction of smart shipyard with the goal of securing cost competitiveness. The plan comes after President Moon Jae-in announced during his visit to Geoje on September 14 that the government would prom...
Dae Sun holds christening of car ferry
Dae Sun Shipbuilding & Engineering held a naming ceremony for the first car ferry, which is built backed by the 'coastal liner modernization fund' program in Korea, on October 1 at its headquarters in Busan Metropolitan City, Korea. ...
France shows off first hybrid DF dredger
The SOCARENAM shipyard has entrusted BARILLEC marine with the production of the LNG/Diesel-electric propulsion system and the water injection dredging system of the new dredger ordered by the economic interest grouping Dragages Ports and Bordeaux...
SWS-BSIC win up to 14 BC series
While it is recently said that a 10-year charter package has been agreed in principle between China's Shandong Shipping and German electric power giant RWE AG, Shanghai Waigaoqiao Shipbuilding (SWS) and Qingdao Beihai Shipbuilding Industry (BSIC)...
Wuhu won up to 10 ultramax ships
Wuhu Shipyard of China has won up to 10 units of ultramax bulkers from Glory Maritime International Holdings, it is said. According to TradeWinds, the operator has ordered 4+6 63,500-dwt ships at Wuhu. The vessel will feature Tier III configur...
HHI delivers boxship quartet for IRISL
A newbuilding project of Islamic Republic of Iran Shipping Lines (IRISL), which had had difficulties due to the Trump administration's new economic sanctions, has recently found a new owner. As for four 14,500 teu containerships the Iran's sta...
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