A strong flow of newbuilding orders was again seen this week, especially in South Korea, where contracts totalling over US$2.6 billion were reported. Korean deals included container ships and tankers for Europe and unnamed customers along with gas carriers. China won orders including container ships and bulkers. In the naval sector, a design deal for up to ten patrol vessels was awarded in Europe while an Asian yard is close to winning an order for an Antarctic patrol ship.

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Deal to design patrol vessels

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Electricity for ships using waste heat

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Chinese yards with most orders in September as market remains strong

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