A large order for a residency vessel in the style of a cruise ship was placed in Norway this week, giving a signal of confidence in the face of the coronavirus crisis. An order for a new type of sail-assisted VLCC oil tanker was placed in China. But overall coronavirus is still depressing the overall number of merchant shipbuilding orders. The naval sector was active. France looks set to win an order for coast guard vessels from Poland while Spain is joining a European project to jointly build corvettes. The United States is moving forward with a huge order for ballistic missile submarines. The consolidation trend in German naval shipbuilding continued.

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Prospects & Orders

20.05.2020

3. Maj starts to build product tanker

Croatian shipyard 3. Maj said its contract to build a product tanker...

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20.05.2020

Polish coast guard order expected

Poland is expected to place an order for a series of 60m-long coast...

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20.05.2020

New deep suction dredger for sand extraction

Holland Shipyards said its subsidiary yard TV Dredging has an order to...

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20.05.2020

Major floating apartment vessel to be built

British company Ocean Residences Development has confirmed an order...

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20.05.2020

Rechvodput intends to order river work vessels

The Federal State Institution Rechvodput plans to order 23 specialist...

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20.05.2020

Spain joins European corvette programme

Spain has officially joined the European Patrol Corvette programme to...

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20.05.2020

ThyssenKrupp considering future of its shipyards

German engineering and steel group ThyssenKrupp is said it is...

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20.05.2020

German Government welcomes naval yard consolidation, hopes on frigate deal

Plans by two German yards to merge their naval shipbuilding activities...

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20.05.2020

Daewoo Shipbuilding posts improved results

South Korean yard Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering said its...

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20.05.2020

Call for subsidies for Russian Far East yards

Russia’s United Shipbuilding Corporation (USC) has suggested the...

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ThyssenKrupp considering future of its shipyards

German engineering and steel group ThyssenKrupp is said it is...

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German Government welcomes naval yard consolidation, hopes on frigate deal

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