Clarksons: Greece Owns the World's Largest Fleet

With the latest turn of the tide, Greek owners have placed themselves at the top with 210.1 millon gross tons, ...

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HHI's January-May Orderbook Hits USD 3.8 Bn

South Korean shipbuilder Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) has seen its newbuilding orders surge during ...

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New Orders Pouring Into HHI

South Korean shipbuilder Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) reported USD 2.04 billion-worth of newbuilding orders in ...

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Japan's Orderbook Sees Slowest Decline Rate

Amid the current muted shipbuilding market the Japanese orderbook has shown its endurance and recently surpassed ...

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Product Tanker Fleet Enters Moderate Growth Era

Product tanker orderbook has dropped to its lowest level in nearly 17 years as it was equivalent to 10.2% of fleet ...

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Large Tanker Orderbook Not as Scary as It Looks

Based on the delivery schedule of the current orderbook, deliveries of new tankers in 2017 will reach the highest ...

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Samsung Heavy Ups 2017 Orderbook Aim

South Korean shipbuilder Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI) has raised its orderbook goal for 2017 to USD 6 billion, ...

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Clarksons: Non-Delivery Could Hit Record Levels in 2016

Non-delivery of vessels on the orderbook, which has been a prominent theme in shipbuilding in the last decade, ...

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Clarksons: Vessel Orders Take a Nosedive in Q3

Overall contracting of new vessels plunged in the three-month period from July to September to a mere 88 units, ...

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Clarksons: Bulk Carrier Fleet Expansion to Slow Down

Due to depressed dry bulk market conditions, which triggered a slump in bulk carrier contracting and in turn led to ...

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MSI: Future Shipping Cycles to See Structural Change

Excess shipyard capacity and a slowing but still considerable orderbook are the negative factors overhanging ...

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Alphaliner: Boxship Orderbook Ratio Drops Like It's 1999

The containership orderbook, measured as a percentage of the existing fleet, has fallen to its lowest level since ...

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Drewry: LNG Market Will Need More Vessels

Despite the current weakness in liquefied natural gas (LNG) shipping rates, the market will require more LNG ...

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USD 43.8 Bn Fleet Awaiting Delivery in 2016

During the first half of 2016, some USD 28.4 billion worth of vessels have been delivered to their respective ...

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DSME's Orderbook Still Ranked First

South Korean shipbuilding major Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering (DSME) stayed at the top of the list in ...

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JMU Clinches RoRo Order, Delivers Capesize Bulker

Tokyo-headquartered shipbuilder Japan Marine United Corporation (JMU) has increased its orderbook as it received a ...

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Shipyards Could Be Left without Orders by 2017

It is essential that new orders are placed within the next three to six months for the yard industry to fill up ...

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Newbuilding Orderbook Takes a Nosedive in Q1

The first quarter of 2016 was hit by a major decline in ordering newbuilds with only 77 new ships ordered by the ...

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IGU: LNG Carrier Tonnage Glut Set to Deepen Further

The 29 LNG carriers, including the FSRU Golar Tundra, delivered in 2015 far outweighed additional shipping ...

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Triyards Earns More. Increases Orderbook

Singapore-based Triyards Holdings Limited has seen its net profit increase by 10% to USD 5.3 million for the ...

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Greece Keeps the Lead in Tanker Ordering

Despite a substantial fall in overall ordering this year, tanker contracting has been robust with 207 ships of ...

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