Korean suppliers expecting much-awaited guests from Russia
The Busan Marine Equipment Association (BMEA) is hosting a supplier conference at Busan on May 23 inviting MCS (Marine Complex Systems) from Russia. The meeting is jointly held in cooperation with the Korea Marine Equipment Research Institute (KO...
Korea received the second largest orders in April
The Korean shipbuilding industry followed China’s lead (64%) in April’s shipbuilding order intake with 23% of the market share. Clarksons Research reported that among 1.21m-cgt (40 units) of newbuildings ordered in April 2019, China took 7...
Gyeongnam TP aids commercialization of LNG propulsion
Gyeongnam Technopark announced its aid program for the commercialization of LNG ship equipment. The program is aiming to discover innovative LNG related equipment, empowering Gyeongnam and Ulsan’s small and mid-sized marine equipment manufac...
Nakilat’s SHI LNGC achieves 10 years Safety Milestone
Nakilat’s Q-flex LNG Carrier Al Ghashamiya has recently achieved a significant safety milestone of over 10 years without lost time injury (LTI) or Total Recordable Case (TRC), equivalent to nearly 3 million safe man-hours. Al Ghashamiya is one ...
eMARINE global receives orders from HHIC
eMARINE Global, Inc. (OTC: EMRN), a leading provider of information and communications technology (ICT) for the maritime industry, signed a contract with Hanjin Heavy Industries & Construction (HHIC) to supply the Company’s Warship Electron...
DSME awarded LNGC by Oceanian owner
Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (DSME) has been awarded one new LNG carrier, achieving 30% of its yearly order target. The Korean shipbuilding heavyweight announced on May 14 that it won one 174,000 cbm LNG carrier from an O...
Fincantieri released positive Q1 results
The Board of Directors of FINCANTIERI S.p.A. ("Fincantieri" or the "Company"), chaired by Giampiero Massolo, has examined and approved the interim financial information at March 31, 2019. During the Board meeting Giuseppe Bono, Fincantieri's C...
Northern Offshore announces jack-up employments
Northern Offshore announces firm Letter of Awards for two long-term contracts for its premium, heavy-duty jack-up drilling units from Qatar Petroleum. The Energy Enticer and Energy Edge are of the Gusto MSC CJ-50 design and are currently under co...
Gibdock converts ferry to run on LNG fuel
Gibraltar’s Gibdock shipyard has completed a major conversion project so that the Baleària ferry Napoles can operate using LNG as fuel. The three-month project - possibly the most complex and demanding ever undertaken by the yard - consolidate...
ASM Industries eyeing next level operation
The new industrial unit of the holding company ASM Industries has begun in the last weeks the tests operations, with a view to the calibration and commissioning of the productive equipments and preparation of the production ramp-up. This phase...
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