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The former southern shipbuilding group CSSC of the newly restructured China State Shipbuilding Corporation has obtained approval from China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC) on an internal restructuring plan.
Yangzijiang Shipbuilding has changed its legal representative from Ren Yuanlin to his son Ren Letian, and appointed him as chairman and general manager of the company.
CSSC Jiangnan Shipyard inked contracts for two 98,000 cu m very large ethane carriers (VLECs) with Bocom Leasing Management Hong Kong and SPDB Financial Leasing.
The ultramax, the megamax, the kamsarmax. Not sure what to call a new ship type? Just take the word “max” and stick another word, or place name, in front of it and viola a new a vessel class is born.
Towards the end of last year Tsuneishi Shipbuilding delivered the 500th newbuilding in long running bulker range the Tsuneishi Economical Standard Ship (TESS).
In 2019 the global shipping fleet passed 2bn dwt as a whole, however, the new decade starts with a “less frightening supply situation”, according to Clarksons Research Services.
Zhejiang Xiehai Group has inked shipbuilding a contract with Zhejiang Xinzhou Shipbuilding for the construction of two plus two 45,700 dwt bulk carriers.
South Korea’s Hyundai Heavy Industries Group is aiming to secure $15.9bn worth of new order deals for 2020.
Taiwan’s Evergreen Marine Corporation has ordered four feeder container vessels from South Korea’s Hyundai Mipo Dockyard (HMD) for KRW110bn ($100m).