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Turning ship-breaking into a safe, green industry

Ship-breaking industry offers the promise of employing thousands of hitherto jobless workers in Bangladesh. The sector today supports

Korean shipbuilders beat Chinese rivals in January orders

South Korean shipbuilders ranked first last month in the volume of orders won, beating their Chinese rivals, industry data showed

Hyundai Mipo wins 228.6 bln won order

Hyundai Mipo Dockyard Co., a South Korean shipbuilder, said Friday it signed a deal worth 228.6 billion won

Hyundai Heavy net falls 86 pct in 2013

Hyundai Heavy Industries Co., the world's largest shipbuilder said that its net profit tumbled 86 percent

Ukraine, Russia in Kyiv discuss stirring up cooperation in shipbuilding

Ukraine and Russia have discussed the possibilities of stirring up cooperation in civil and military shipbuilding as a

Sembawang Shipyard upgrades from Tribon to AVEVA Marine™

AVEVA announced today that Sembawang Shipyard Pte. Ltd., a global leader in shipbuilding with more than four decades of ship refit and

IHC Merwede secures orders worth € 350 million

IHC Merwede has been successful in securing orders worth € 350 million for a wide range of
dredging and offshore vessels

MHI Concludes Collaborative Agreement in Engineering with OMT, An European Ship Designer

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. (MHI) has concluded an agreement with Odense Maritime

China Merchants Energy Shipping declares option for four bulkers

China Merchants Energy Shipping (CMES) has exercised shipbuilding options to construct four ultramaxes at Chengxi

Konecranes supplies industrial cranes to Russian shipyard

In December 2013, Konecranes received an order for the supply of 15 industrial cranes to the Zvezda Shipbuilding

Asry signs deal with Solas Marine

Bahrain's Arab Shipbuilding and Repair Yard (Asry) has announced the signing of a service agreement with Solas Marine Services Group, which expands its range of in-yard

TEX update on Japanese steel mills negotiations on SBQ plates for Korea

Negotiations on shipbuilding steel plates for Korea by the Japanese blast furnace mills have lately been commenced for shipment of this

Bulgarian sacked shipbuilders continue protests

Workers from the Burgas Shipyards AD company, who were laid off at the end of last year, continue to protest.

Yards stay busy as production switches bite

According to Tom Todd, both large and small yards in Germany are reaping the benefits of diversification and streamlined production, and

Industry teams up to advance structural safety

Class societies and software suppliers are working to ease the introduction of the harmonised common structural rules for tankers and bulk carriers, and there

PROMAR orders two Damen Platform Supply Vessels

PROMAR has ordered two Platform Supply Vessels from Damen Shipyards Group and this ambitious Swiss

Asry increases staff salary from Jan 1

Bahrain’s Arab Shipbuilding and Repair Yard (Asry) has initiated a company-wide monthly salary increase, which came into effect from January 1 this year. All staff has

Chinese Builders Going Offshore

Offshore has been one of the buzzwords in the Chinese shipbuilding industry since the market crash in 2008. Both the Chinese government and individual builders became keen to encourage further development of the offshore construction industry in China, so how successful has China been in attracting orders?

Investment Surge:

Damen Shiprepair Brest wins double order from Knutsen NYK Offshore Tankers

Damen Shiprepair Brest (France) received a booking for the dry-docking and repairs of two shuttle tankers

Polstream orders eight bulk carriers at Yangfan Group

Polish shipowner Polska Zegluga Morska PP (Polsteam) has went to China-based Yangfan Group shipyard to build
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