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Hanjin Obtains US$800M in Orders for Six VLCCs

Hanjin Heavy Industries & Construction (HHIC) has obtained six orders for Very Large Crude Carriers (VLCC) for the first time since its foundation.

Jacaar to offload stake in Sinopacific

China's Sinopacific Shipbuilding Group will have a better opportunity to build up its relationships with

Shipbuilding reactivated in Mexico

After 21 years of inactivity, the Mexican shipbuilding industry has been revived at Talleres Navales del Golfo (TNG) – a provider of integral fabrication and ship repair services

KNUD E. HANSEN A/S Wins Prestigious Shippax Award

At this week’s 12th Annual Ferry Shipping Conference sailing on board Romantika between Stockholm & Riga, Danish Naval

Punish errant ship-breaking yard owners: NGOs

The Coalition of Local NGOs, Bangladesh (CLNB) and Bangladesh Environment Lawyers Association (Bela)

Samsung Heavy Industries wins 1.3 tln won order in Oceania

South Korea's Samsung Heavy Industries Co. said it has clinched a 1.3 trillion won (US$1.2 billion) deal with a

Auditors raised alarm over future of JES

Chinese shipbuilder JES International has defended its ability to continue its business after auditors raised the alarm on the company over liabilities that heavily

Shipbuilding Orders from Korean Shipping Firms Drying Up

Korean shipping companies are failing to place orders for large vessels. Under the circumstances, the domestic shipping industry

IHC Merwede reveals healthy order book

IHC Merwede successfully increased its order book in 2013 across the main sectors of its business: offshore and dredging. The company received almost € 1.8 billion

Golden Energy Offshore elects PSVs from Ulstein

Golden Energy Offshore has entered into a shipbuilding contract with NANTONG RAINBOW OFFSHORE &

Shipbuilder JES eyes forestry business in Congo

Chinese shipbuilder JES International is diversifying into the forestry business in Africa by signing an agreement

Hyundai Mipo wins 348.3 bln won order for 10 product tankers

Hyundai Mipo Dockyard Co., a South Korean shipbuilder, said it inked a deal worth 348.3 billion won

Research Report on China Shipbuilding Industry, 2014-2018

Bharat Book Bureau presents Research Report on China Shipbuilding Industry, 2014-2018. Shipbuilding industry is developing speedily

Drydocks World heads to Japan

Drydocks World and Dubai Maritime City Group is in Japan this week participating in the Sea Japan conference

STX scandal catches up with Lee

The prosecution questioned former trade minister Lee Hee-beom last week over allegations that

Keppel sees its future in PH

Singapore firm Keppel Corp. is looking forward to do more business in the Philippines as it continues to upgrade its shipyards in Batangas and Subic. “In the last few

Japanese Shipbuilders Lead the World with Green Technologies

New international regulations, such as those to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from ships, along with the demand for lower

ABG Shipyard's payment-on-delivery strategy may prove risky

ABG Shipyard, the largest private sector ship builder in India, is ready to accept payments towards its orders only upon delivery,

Deadbeat Chinese shipyards stick banks with default bill

Chinese banks are stuck in a lose-lose legal battle between domestic shipyards and foreign buyers over billions of dollars in refund

Damen pontoon deliveries ensure global stock availability

Last Friday, April 4th, a shipment that left China seven weeks ago carrying 13 new Damen Stan Pontoons and 10 other Damen vessels
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