Industry Sectors:Shipbuilding & Shipyards

Shipbuilding & Shipyards

Cosco Corporation (Singapore) Limited has changed its name to Cosco Shipping International (Singapore) Co effective 20 April to reflect the organisational reform of its parent firm, China Cosco Shipping Corporation…
The “very challenging conditions” of the offshore market has led to Keppel Offshore & Marine (Keppel O&M) posting a net loss for the first quarter ended 31 March 2017.
In further signs of optimism for the Malaysian oil and gas (O&G) industry, Malaysia Marine and Heavy Engineering Holdings (MMHE) has said it is aiming to secure some MYR4bn ($908.6m)…
Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (DSME) has narrowly averted bankruptcy after bondholders and creditors agreed to a bailout scheme following a series of meetings positively concluded over the past two…
Wartsila has announced that it will supply the engines and other propulsion machinery for the world’s first LNG-fuelled offshore construction vessel currently under construction at a Cosco shipyard in China.
China’s Jiangsu Rainbow Heavy Industries (RHI) has returned to profit in 2016, erasing the loss of 2015, thanks to contributions from a relatively newly controlled subsidiary and efforts on streamlining…
Malaysia Marine and Heavy Engineering (MMHE) has won its first major contract for some time, securing a MYR1bn ($226.8m) processing platform construction job from Petronas Carigali.
Wilson Sons shipyard subsidiary Wilson Sons Estaleiros, in Brazil has inked a contract to construct two azimuth tugboats for Saam Smit Towage do Brasil (Saam Smit).
China’s shipbuilders have reported a dip in first quarter newbuilding orders and a hike in completed vessel tonnage compared to the year-ago figures, according to statistics from China Association of…
Two workers have died at Taiwan’s CSBC shipbuilding site in Kaohsiung on Saturday while they were working on a semi-submersible heavylift ship, according to an announcement by the local authority.
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