Shipbuilding & Shipyards

The vast majority of over 3,000 scrubber installations to ships are for open-loop systems despite concerns over washwater, with some countries banning use in their waters, according to classification society…
China’s Central Commission for Discipline Inspection has launched an investigation on Li Dong, head of China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) over his involvement of illegal activities.
Seatrade Offshore Marine & Workboats; Seatrade Shiptech and Seatrade Maritime Awards Middle East, Indian Subcontinent & Africa have been announced as three major events to be held during UAE Maritime…
Chinese shipyards saw newbuilding orders plunged in the first four months of this year on the back of an overall weak international shipping market and declining new orders globally, according…
The world’s largest container shipping company AP Moller – Maersk has signed a contract five 2,200 teu feederships with Chinese shipbuilding company CSSC Jiangnan Shipyard.
Bright sun and blue skies greeted the record numbers of attendees at this week’s two-day Tugnology 2019 technical conference taking place in Liverpool, UK, reflecting the current upturn in the…
Could the return of Formula 1 to Zandvoort in Holland next year bring an unexpected new market for niche shipbuilder Damen?
Germany’s Hapag-Lloyd has booked the HFO-to-LNG conversion of its 15,000 teu ‘LNG-ready’ container ship, Sajir, acquired in its 2017 take-over of UASC, at China’s Huarun Dadong Shipyard.
As the industry focuses its attention on the IMO Marine Environment Protection Committee (MEPC) meeting and regulations for emissions, another global regulation designed to both protect the environment and the…
The IMO sulphur cap is fast approaching, and all vessels will need to limit their sulphur emissions to 0.5 per cent from the current limit of 3.5 per cent on…
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