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Shipbuilding & Shipyards

Kuala Lumpur: Malaysia-based Silk Holdings, through its 70%-owned subsidiary Jasa Merin, has contracted Muhibbah Marine Engineering to build three anchor handling tug supply (AHTS) vessels worth MYR216.49m ($69.44m).
Singapore: China-based shipbuilder JES International clinched a deal to construct up to four offshore accommodation vessels valued at approximately $147m each.
Dubai: Offshore ship and rig yard group Lamprell today announced a full year net loss of $110.5m for 2012 as earnings fell 8.9% to $1bn.
Singapore: Singapore-based ST Engineering's US shipyard, VT Halter Marine, received confirmation from Bouchard Transportation on Thursday to convert an option to a firm order for an additional articulated tug barge…
New York: Nordic American Tankers (NAT) has entered into an agreement to acquire its twenty-first double-hull suezmax from a South Korean shipyard.
Tel Aviv: ZIM has become the latest line to cancel newbuildings, with five contracts annulled and possibly more to come.
London : Shipowner and charterer Noble Group, Asia’s largest commodities company, was already expressing alarm when head of chartering R. Raghunath met with Seatrade Global recently.
Tokyo: Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) and Hakata Shipbuilding have agreed to jointly develop an energy efficient 1,000 teu container carrier.
Tokyo: Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha (K line) today announced an order of five ultra large container vessels at Imabari Shipbuilding Co Ltd.
Seoul: South Korea-based Sungdong Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering landed a contract to build a total of 10 capesize dry bulk carriers including three options.
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