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Eimskip Looking to Build and Operate New Ro-Pax

Reykjavik-based shipping company Eimskip has submitted an offer to build and operate the new Westman Islands car ...

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Algoma Collects Refund Guarantees

The Canadian shipping company Algoma Central Corporation has collected USD 29.1 million being the final refund ...

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MHI Eyes Alliances with Three Japanese Shipbuilders

Due to the current environment surrounding the shipbuilding industry, the Japanese shipbuilder Mitsubishi Heavy ...

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Japan Marine United Clinches Orders for Three VLCCs

Tokyo-headquartered shipbuilder Japan Marine United Corporation (JMU) has received orders for three Very Large ...

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Three More Orders Cancelled at Yangzijiang Shipbuilding

Singapore-listed shipbuilder Yangzijiang Shipbuilding has been served with three more terminations for ...

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DSME Plunges into Red with USD 1 Bn Loss

South Korean shipbuilding giant Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering (DSME) has returned to the red as it ...

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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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COSCO Corp Under Pressure amid Sluggish Markets

Sluggish marine engineering and shipping markets continued to put pressure on the performance of COSCO Corporation ...

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Court Starts STX Shipbuilding's Rehabilitation Process

Seoul Central District Court launched the corporate turnaround process at the South Korean shipbuilder STX Offshore ...

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South Korean Shipyard Workers to Go on Joint Strike

Unionized workers at South Korea’s Big Three shipyards – Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering ...

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Report: Prosecutors Charge DSME's Former CFO

The former Chief Financial Officer of the financially troubled Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (DSME) ...

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Japanese Shipyards' Orders Halved in May

Japanese shipbuilding woes continued in May as well, as the country’s shipyards secured just eight ...

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Triyards Sets Up Ship Repair Subsidiary in Singapore

Singapore-based Triyards Holdings Limited has formed a new shipbuilding and repair subsidiary in Singapore, ...

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Shipbuilders to Compete Neck and Neck for New Orders

Major shipbuilding nations will be put to the test during 2016, as the shipbuilding industry enters one of the ...

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DSME to Sell HQ Building as Part of Self-Rescue Efforts

In its latest attempt to fight liquidity woes, the financially-troubled South Korean shipbuilder Daewoo ...

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HHI to Shut Docks, Further Cut Management Staff

Prompted by only 9 orders placed during the first quarter of the year at the South Korean shipyards, the ...

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COSCO Corp Sinks into Red as Shipping Losses Pile On

Singapore-listed ship repair, marine engineering and dry bulk shipping company COSCO Corporation (Singapore) ...

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India’s Shipyards Win Infrastructure Status

India’s shipbuilding industry has received an infrastructure status as the country’s Ministry of ...

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Netherlands, Indonesia Forge Maritime Ties

The Netherlands and Indonesia have signed a maritime collaboration agreement in an effort to strengthen ties in the ...

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Korean Shipbuilders Wrap Up Q1 with Only 9 Orders

The highly anticipated recovery of the shipbuilding industry seems to be far off for the world’s leading ...

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Scorpio Bulkers Scraps Deal for New Kamsarmax Bulker

NYSE-listed dry bulk owner and operator Scorpio Bulkers has reached an agreement to decrease its newbuilding orders ...

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