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08-Sep-2017, Zvezda-Hyundai and Lazurit Design Bureau signed a designing contract for construction of Aframax tankers

Joint venture of Zvezda Shipbuilding Complex and Hyundai Samho Heavy Industries Co., Ltd. (HSHI) LLC Zvezda-Hyundai signed a contract with Lazurit Design Bureau for development of design documentation...



07-Sep-2017, Bahri takes delivery of "Rimthan"

Bahri has taken delivery of the "Rimthan" from Hyundai Samho Heavy Industries. The 300,000 DWT very large crude carrier were built to the latest environmental and fuel-efficient technical specificatio...



06-Sep-2017, Qingshan to quit Shipbuilding business

Qingshan Shipyard, a state-owned Sinotrans & CSC, have confirmed a plan to cease its core shipbuilding business due to the recession. The shipbuilding business will officially stop operation once the ...



06-Sep-2017, Meyer Werft lays keel for AIDAnova

The Carnival Corporation held a keel laying ceremony for AIDAnova at Meyer Werft on Wednesday. The cruise ship named "AIDAnova" which will join the company's AIDA Cruises in fall 2018. It will be equi...



03-Sep-2017, The "Calypso.GR" completed sea trials

Imabari Shipyard in Japan has successfully completed the sea trials of "Calypso.GR". This 37,000dwt bulk carrier is one of the two vessels ordered at Imabari. The expected delivery date will be at the...



31-Aug-2017, Dalnave Navigation took delivery of "Atlas"

On 31 August, the 64,000 DWT bulk carrier was successfully named and delivered by Chengxi Shipyard Co., Ltd for Dalnave Navigation. Madam Sofia Rodopi Kouvary, named the new vessel "Atlas". The vessel...



26-Aug-2017, Hyundai Mipo Dockyard started construction of Ro-Pax

The shipyard Hyundai Mipo Dockyard had a steel-cutting ceremony for the 31,000GT Ro-Pax (No. 8249) ordered by Weidong Ferry. The No. 8249 will feature 199.1m in length, 27m in width and 323m in height...



26-Aug-2017, Construction starts of Stena's new Ropax Ferry

On 25 August, AVIC Weihai Shipyard cut the steel for the first of Stena Line's four new ro-pax ferries. They will feature a length of 214.5 meters and a width of 27.8 meters and will be able to reach ...



25-Aug-2017, Bahri to build 4 bulk carriers at Hyundai Heavy

The National Shipping Company of Saudi Arabia (Bahri) announces that its subsidiary Bahri Dry Bulk Company has signed contracts with Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) to build 4 bulk carriers. These vess...



22-Aug-2017, Another ULCV joins OOCL's 21,000 TEU Club

On 22 August, Orient Overseas Container Line (OOCL) celebrated the christening of "OOCL Germany" constructed at the Samsung Heavy Industries shipyard. The "OOCL Germany" is the second of the six 21 th...



02-Aug-2017, Navibulgar ordered six new bulkers at Chengxi Shipyard

Navibulgar signed a contract with Chengxi Shipyard for the construction of 4+2 bulk carriers’ worth 100 million USD. The ship will have lifting capacity of 45,000 tons and a maximum draft of 10.80 m...



31-Jul-2017, Vitol places VLGC order at HHI

The Korean shipbuilder Hyundai Heavy Industries won a contract worth up to $600 million from the Netherlands-based energy and commodities company Vitol to build as many as eight gas tankers. HHI will ...



31-Jul-2017, Namura receives an order of bulk carriers from the Pleiades

Pleiades Shipping has placed an order of two 85,000 dwt post-Panamax bulk carriers at Namura Shipbuilding. The price for each vessel is $27.5m and features 229m LOA, 38m beam and 19.1m depth. The deli...



27-Jul-2017, Hapag-Lloyd adds 15,000 TEU containership

German shipping Hapag-Lloyd has taken delivery of a new 15,000 TEU containership "Afif" to its fleet on July 27. The new mega ship is the first ship of this class with a length of 368 m and a width of...



25-Jul-2017, Animo Marine Haulers receives oil tanker from EK Heavy Industries

On 25 July, EK Heavy Industries delivered Hull No. EK003 to its owner Animo Marine Haulers & Ship Management of the Philippines. The vessel "Yoona Faith" was constructed in 9 months from October last...



25-Jul-2017, Imabari Shipyard successfully launched "Calypso.GR"

On 25 July, Imabari Shipyard has successfully launched "Calypso.GR". The 37,000DWT bulk carrier features of 180m LOA, 29.8m beam and 15m depth. The expected delivery date will be at the end of Septemb...



24-Jul-2017, Yangzhou Dayang Shipbuilding suspends the construction of three bulker newbuildings

Yangzhou Dayang Shipbuilding, a subsidiary of the Sinopacific Shipbuilding Group has declared bankruptcy and ceased all operations at the shipyard. These include the suspension of the construction of ...



21-Jul-2017, Berge Bulk expands fleet with new ore carrier

China's Longxue shipyard has taken delivery of "Berge Annapurna" to Berge Bulk on July 21. It is the latest in the series of four 262,000 dwt vessels. Featuring a length of 327 meters and a width of 5...



09-Jul-2017, Jiangu Hantong has completed the sea trial of "SC Scorpio"

On 9 July, Jiangu Hantong has successfully completed the sea trial of "SC Scorpio". The vessel started the sea-trial on July 3 and it lasted for four days and finished all the inspection needed. The 3...



08-Jul-2017, Japanese Shipbuilding facility to build in Hinoba-an Negros Occidental

A $300 million Japanese firm will build its shipbuilding facility in Brgy. Bacuyangan, Hinoba-an, Negros Occidental. Tsuneishi Heavy Industries is expected to begin construction of its ship recycling ...




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