Chinese yards ended the lunar new year holiday by winning a series of new orders. Chinese deals signed or under discussion included an ammonia-powered container ship for a European consortium, car carriers, container ships, and dual-fuel bulk carriers. Talks about more gas carriers were also reported by Chinese yards. Korean orders included a USD 242.7 million deal for ammonia carriers. In the naval sector, Australia said it will spend USD 7.25 billion to increase its surface fleet.

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Prospects & Orders

22.02.2024

Dual-fuel bulk carriers for Greek customer

Greece’s Diana Shipping said it has signed shipbuilding contracts for…

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High-speed catamaran ferry for Scandinavia

Australian yard Austal and Swedish shipping company Gotlandsbolaget…

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22.02.2024

Pilot vessel for German port ordered

A new pilot transfer vessel for operation in the port of Hamburg has…

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22.02.2024

New design for tanker with larger use of sail power

Finnish marine architects Deltamarin and WindWings developer BAR…

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22.02.2024

Plans for passenger vessel with zero emissions

Norwegian energy group TECO 2030 and Norwegian marine architects Umoe…

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22.02.2024

Ammonia-powered container ship ordered by partnership

Belgian shipping company CMB.TECH said it has placed an order in China…

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22.02.2024

German naval shipbuilder seeking independence

The German naval yard thyssenkrupp Marine Systems (TKMS) is continuing…

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22.02.2024

Consortium to develop large liquefied hydrogen carrier

South Korean yard HD Korea Shipbuilding and Offshore Engineering…

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Japanese yard says is ending shipbuilding

A Japanese yard with a long history of shipbuilding, Sumitomo Heavy…

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Japanese yard expanding capacity for green ships

Japan’s Shin Kurushima Dockyard has launched a four-year project to…

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Plans for floating power stations with nuclear power

South Korean yard HD Korea Shipbuilding & Offshore Engineering (KSOE)…

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U.S. naval yard starts expansion project

U.S. naval yard Austal USA announced the start of design for a new…

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