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Shipbuilding & Shipyards

Singapore: Chinese firm Yangzijiang Shipbuilding will cap its construction of boxship capacity at 10,000 teu for now, as the yard prefers to focus on quality rather than to overstretch itself…
Singapore: Despite a record year for securing new contracts, Sembcorp Marine (Sembmarine) reported 2012 net profit of $538m down 28% on 2011's $752m.
Lagos: Nigeria Liquefied Natural Gas Company (NLNG) agreed with two banks to secure $1.6bn in funding for six LNG carriers.
Shanghai: Shanghai-based Zhenhua Heavy Industries bagged two bumper contracts to build a fleet of 128 iron ore barges and one 5,000 dwt heavy-lift salvage vessel.
Seoul: Orient Overseas Container Lines' (OOCL) latest and biggest container ship, the 13,208-teu OOCL Brussels has been damaged in the final stages of construction by shipbuilder Samsung Heavy Industries and…
Oslo: Oslo listed bulk carrier owner Golden Ocean has cancelled three more bulker orders at Jinhai Heavy Industry Co. (Jinhai) and is discussing expansion through the acquisition of secondhand tonnage and…
Pascagoula: ST Engineering's US shipyard, VT Halter Marine, has won a contract to build an Articulated Tug Barge (ATB) for new York based oil barging company Bouchard Transportation Co.
Brussels: Exmar and Teekay LNG Partners have successfully closed their 50/50 LPG joint venture and announced and order of up to eight midsize gas carriers with Hanjin Heavy Industries Corporation…
Shanghai: Sinopacific Shipbuilding won an order to build four anchor handling tug supply (AHTS) vessels for Russia-based Femco Group.
Hamburg: ClassNK has received authorisation to carry out surveys on behalf of the German flag administration.
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