ABB opens first ABB Ability Center in China
ABB announced on December 5 that it has added Shanghai to its global network of ABB Ability™ Collaborative Operation Centers, after formally opening a new facility to coincide with Marintec 2017. The center supports the shipping industry’s jo...
Chinese Shipyard Upgraded with MAN Service
Man announced on December 8 that MAN PrimeServ China signs Service Station Agreement with Zhoushan Xinya Shipyard Co., Ltd (XINYA) during Marintec China. Jeffrey Ang, Vice President, Head of Engine and Marine Systems Asia Pacific – MAN Diese...
Samjin bags additional Chem TK duo
Ocean Tankers of Singapore seems to have signed a deal with China's Weihai-based Samjin Shipbuilding Industries for the construction of two additional chemical product tankers. The latest contract is an exercised option which was attache...
New Times scores Ultramax BC octet
FrontMarine of Cyprus turns out to have ordered eight 63,000 dwt bulkers from Chinese shipbuilder New Times Shipbuilding. A newbuilding contract for the Tier III new bulkers seems to include options, according to foreign press and broker indus...
SEBO APS automatize welding with robot
SEBO APS, located in Busan, Korea, has completed the development of AWS (Automated Welding Solution) utilizing articulated robot, and have been testing in various fields since December 1. AWS is a materialization of CAD-to-Path, allowing robot...
Enesel exercised VLCC option at HHI
Greek owner Enesel is emerged to have ordered large tanker at Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI). Enesel already has ordered two VLCCs in last February and added one in May by exercising an optional unit out of two. Now Enesel is exercising the la...
Metal Shark announces availability of fast crew supplier
As an extension of its existing relationship with Netherlands-based Damen Shipyards, Louisiana-based shipbuilder Metal Shark has announced on December 11 the availability of the new Damen FCS 7011 for the U.S. market. Developed by Damen in res...
OOS-CMIH ink MOU for world's largest SSCV
Overdulve Offshore Services International (OOS International) announced that the Dutch firm has recently signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with China Merchants Industry Holdings (CMIH) to make cooperation for the basic design and constru...
3. Maj bags one exploration cruise ship
Croatian shipbuilder 3. Maj turns out to have won one polar exploration cruise ship. The Rijeka-based shipyard announced that the new cruise ship is slated for delivery in 2020. A company which ordered the vessel is said to be a non-Croatia...
"Korean yards' profitability up for last two years"
As ship productions increase while order covers for offshore plants which require shipyards to have high basic design capability decreases, Korean shipyards have seen the growth of their profitabilities for the past two years, a Korean industrial...
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