Industry Sectors:Shipbuilding & Shipyards

Shipbuilding & Shipyards

UAE shipyard operator Lamprell is bidding for $3.1bn in contracts but says the outlook for 2018 remains challenging.
The writing is on the charts and it doesn't look good for the dry bulk market. Newbuild ordering in just the two and a half months or so of the…
Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI) has developed an in-house LNG regasification system for LNG-FSRU, claiming that the system is able to minimise corrosion from sea water and reap higher energy effciency.
Following today’s reports that MSC has ordered 11 units of 22,000 teu from Korean yard Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (DSME), latest statistics from Alphaliner on what it calls ‘megamax’…
Seatrade Offshore Marine & Workboats Middle East kicks off on Monday with not just networking and business opportunities but also plenty to keep visitors both informed and entertained.
An upturn in the tanker market is not seen until the end of 2018 as oversupply and newbuilding orders dog the market.
Japan’s Tsuneshi Shipbuilding announced on Tuesday that it has established a representative office in Shanghai, China in a move to strengthen working relationships with Chinese shipowners.
Malaysia’s shipbuilding and repair yard Shin Yang Shipping Corp has filed a lawsuit against Indonesia’s Gemilang Raya Maritime (GRM) for MYR6m ($1.5m) relating to the sale of four units of…
Terminal operator DP World is buying both Drydocks World and Dubai Maritime City (DMC) for $405m increasing its position in the marine services market.
Hamburg-headquartered Caterpillar Marine stands to benefit from its US-based parent’s advanced digitalisation capability as it ramps up data and digital services to its shipping customers.
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