Korean shipping companies thrive in coal shipping market in ...
Korean shipping companies are taking an aggressive attitude to contract with Korean electric power companies for shipping of coal to be used for generating electricity. Japanese shipping companies have dominated the market for the past couple of y...
“LNG Shipping Asia 2008” opens Aug. 26~27
A conference is being prepared for about LNG shipping technology and the trend of LNG shipping market. Global Information, vertical markets research portal, on 28 revealed “LNG Shipping Asia 2008,” an International conference, will be held at ...
Japanese Steel makers, Anxiety over short steel supply
The uncertainty over short steel supplies from Japanese Steel industry seems to be persisting. According to 18 affiliated companies’ survey, under the Shipbuilders’ Association of Japan (SAJ), the steel delivery to shipyard can be delayed by up ...
The largest cruise ship to be unleashed
It is reported that the largest cruise ship is about to be released, with features such as soccer-field- sized park inside the cruise ship on July 2009. According to the industry sources, the Aker Yards’ Turku shipyard in Finland, which is the ...
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