Kleven seeks buyer for completed newbuild
Norway's shipbuilder Kleven shipyard has found a buyer for a completed special vessel. According to industry sources, Kleven decided to sell an offshore multipurpose vessel to an unnamed "international player." since original buyer could not b...
Mednav denies order for two MRs at CSSC
Mednav, an Italian shipping company recently denied that it ordered two MR tankers at China State Shipbuilding Corporation (CSSC). According to foreign media and industry, the company announced that it never ordered two MR tankers at CSS...
Tanker demolition exceeds last year's
Demolition volume of tankers is already past 2016 level. According to the UK ship broker Alibra Shipping, 24% of the tankers weighed in this year have been sold by Greek owners, a sharp rise from their 10% contribution in 2016. The br...
Dae Sun scores feeder boxship series
Dae Sun Shipbuilding & Engineering of Korea has won an order to build a total of six 1,011 teu containerships from Hong Kong-listed STIC. SITC International Holdings said in a regulatory filing on August 14 that it ordered 1,011 teu ...
Japan soars 227% in July export ship deal
In July, Japanese shipbuilders soared with a three-figure yoy increase in ship export deals. This is the 7th consecutive month that they have achieved a better result than the same time period last year. According to recent statistics fr...
Saudi Aramco kickstarts King Salman maritime complex
Saudi Aramco has recently signed a contract with a consortium comprising Saudi Archirodon Company Ltd and Huta Hegerfeld AG Saudia Company for dredging, reclamation and marine structures for King Salman International Complex for Maritime Industri...
MV WERFTEN delivers luxurious river ahip
On August 3, MV WERFTEN delivered the World’s Most Luxurious river cruise vessel “Crystal Bach”, the first of four identical “Rhine Class” ships to be built by MV WERFTEN. The 135-metre long and 11.4-metre wide “Crystal Bach” was...
T.S. Lines in talks for new container ships
T.S. Lines, a container shipping company based in Hong Kong is looking for shipbuilders for a total of four new container ships, sources said. According to TradeWinds, the shipping company is reaching shipbuilders in Korea, Japan, China ...
"WTO subsidy violation is baseless anxiety"
Busan Metropolitan City and Research Institute of Medium&small Shipbuilding held a 'Strategic Forum for the Activation of the Medium & Small Shipbuilding Industry' on July 10 to help the survival of the small shipyards that are suffering ...
Korea recovers 1st place in July
The Korean shipbuilding industry beat China and reclaimed the top spot in the global newbuilding competition in July this year. According to Clarksons Research, Korea ranked first in July with a total of 306,000 cgt (9) in newbuilding or...
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