Shipbuilding markets were more active this week after the long-depressed period caused by the coronavirus crisis. South Korean yards won orders worth US$746.2 million for four liquefied natural gas (LNG) carriers. Korean yards also won orders including a large ferry, product carriers and petro-chemical tankers. Chinese yards won deals including for very large gas carriers and feeder container ships. Moves were made to save a major German yard from closure.

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Prospects & Orders

06.08.2020

British energy company awards EPCI contract

British energy company Independent Oil and Gas has ordered two...

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06.08.2020

OSK plans to construct ferry and container ship

Russia’s United Shipbuilding Corporation (OSK) plans construction of a...

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06.08.2020

Unmanned survey vessels ordered by Fugro

Dutch survey operator Fugro has ordered two 12m uncrewed surface...

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06.08.2020

General cargo vessel from Bangladesh

Delta Shipyard in Bangladesh is working on an order for a general...

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06.08.2020

Gas carriers for UAE/China venture

A joint venture involving partners from the United Arab Emirates (UAE)...

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06.08.2020

CSSC group yard said to build container ships

Brokers say China’s CSSC Huangpu Wenchong Shipbuilding has an order...

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06.08.2020

Moves to save troubled German yard

German investor Mr Lars Windhorst said he will again take over...

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06.08.2020

Coronavirus crisis raises shipyard losses

South Korean yard Samsung Heavy Industries said losses increased in...

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06.08.2020

Japan to give more aid to generate orders for shipyards

Reports in Tokio say the Japanese Government is to increase state...

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06.08.2020

Singapore gives more aid to shipyards

The Government in Singapore will provide an additional S$320 million...

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06.08.2020

Japanese yards form new alliance

Japanese yards Tsuneishi Shipbuilding and Mitsui Engineering &...

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06.08.2020

Italian yards promote deepsea mining

Italian yards Fincantieri and Saipem have signed a memorandum of...

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