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19-Apr-2014, Sanmen Maple Leaf Shipbuilding charters dry dock from Haoyou Shipyard

Sanmen Maple Leaf Shipbuilding & Repairing Co, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Taizhou Maple Leaf Shipbuilding Co, plans to charter a 50,000dwt dry dock from Zhejiang Haoyou Shipbuilding for its ship rep...



14-Apr-2014, First LNG tank for US project rolls off the assembly line

Lockheed Martin's first Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) tank has transitioned from the assembly line to the shipyard for integration with the Wartsila LNG propulsion system. Weighing in at 250,000 pounds,...



09-Apr-2014, Kawasaki Heavyˇ¦s new gas engine gets DNV type approval

Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Ltd. has introduced the L30KG gas engine: a main engine for large vessels, fueled solely by gas and with an output capacity of over 2 MW. It is the first Japanese-made gas e...



04-Apr-2014, Nantong Mingde Wins Seven Chemical Tankers and Supramax Bulker Pairs

Chinese shipbuilder, Nantong Mingde Heavy Industries, announces the company has successfully secured shipbuilder contracts for seven units of 24,600dwt chemical tankers plus four options from a Europe...



04-Apr-2014, Golden Union Declares Options for 81,200dwt Kamsarmax Trio at AVIC Weihai

Greek shipowner, Golden Union, is reported to have declared options for three additional units of 81,200dwt Kamsarmax bulkers at AVIC Weihai Shipbuilding in early April. The three options were attache...



02-Apr-2014, Euroseas Orders Kamsarmax Bulker Pairs at Yangzijiang

NASDAQ-listed Euroseas Ltd. announces that the company has signed a contract to acquire two 82,000dwt ECO design, fuel-efficient Kamsarmax bulkers from Jiangsu Yangzijiang Shipbuilding. The two vessel...



01-Apr-2014, Oldendorff Declares Option for One Further Newcastlemax Bulker at Jiangsu Yangzijiang

Oldendorff Carriers is understood to have declared its final option for another 208,000dwt newcastlemax bulker at Jiangsu Yangzijiang Shipbuilding for delivery in the second quarter of 2017. This will...



01-Apr-2014, Taizhou Kouan Bags Newbuilding Contracts for Four 55,000dwt MPP

Taizhou Kouan Shipbuiding is reported to have signed newbuliding contracts with a domestic shipowner for four units of 55,000dwt Multi-purpose cargo ships (MPP) for delivery from April 2016 onwards. <...



31-Mar-2014, Seaspan Declares 10,000teu Containership Options at Yangzijiang

Seaspan Corporation announces it has exercised options for the construction of four 10,000teu containerships at Jiangsu Yangzijiang Shipbuilding. The four vessels will be built at Jiangsu New Yangzi S...



31-Mar-2014, Qingdao Beihai Secures Three Capesize Bulker Orders

Qingdao Beihai is understood to have bagged three 180,000dwt capesize bulker orders in March 2014. Domestic Chinese owner, Baosteel Shipping, has declared an option attached to the firm order the comp...



30-Mar-2014, Caterpillar ships first Cat 3500 marine gas engines

Caterpillar shipped its first Cat 3500 series marine gas engines from its Lafayette, Indiana manufacturing facility. Five Cat G3516 marine engines were selected to power the Becker Marine Systems subs...



28-Mar-2014, Eletson Declares LPG Options at Sinopacific

It is understood that Greek owner, Eletson Corporation, has exercised its optional rights to build two additional 22,000cbm LPG carriers at Chinese shipbuilder, Sinopacific Offshore and Engineering, f...



28-Mar-2014, AVIC Dingheng Wins Chemical Tankers from Chemical Transport Co.

Chinese shipbuilder Avic Dingheng is reported to have signed a newbuilding contract with the newly established Chemical Transport Co for five units of 25,000dwt Chemical Tanker. The deal also include ...



25-Mar-2014, Sesoda Steamship Orders Seven Handysize Bulkers in Japan

Taiwanese shipowner Sesoda Steamship Corporation has contracted its seventh handysize bulker within two months time. The latest order is a 33,000dwt handysize bulker at Shin Kurushima Shipbuilding for...



24-Mar-2014, Huatai Heavy Wins Handysize Bulker Trio from Marine Capital

Jiangsu-based Chinese shipbuilder, Huatai Heavy, announces the signing of three 38,500dwt handysize bulkers with US-based Marine Capital Corporation with delivery scheduled to take place between the f...



20-Mar-2014, Yangzijiang Shipbuilding delivers first 10,000 TEU containership to Seaspan

On 18 March, Yangzijiang Shipbuilding Co., Ltd. delivered "Hanjin Buddha", the first 10,000 TEU containership to Seaspan Corporation. The vessel, built to Seaspan's "SAVER design", features a fuel eff...



20-Mar-2014, Navig8 Adds Six VLCCs to its Newbuilding Orderbook

Navig8 announces that the company has finalised newbuilding contracts with three Asian shipbuilders for a total of six 320,000dwt Very Large Crude Carriers (VLCC). The orders is to be split among Sou...



19-Mar-2014, DNV GL launches Build2Design to help shipyards and owners improve fuel economy

DNV GL has launched a new service named Build2Design to help shipyards and shipowners improve fuel economy of their ships by reducing variations in their building process. Significant improvements hav...



19-Mar-2014, DNV GL reduces the impact of variations in ship construction

DNV GL has launched a new service named Build2Design to help shipyards and shipowners improve the fuel economy of their ships by reducing variations in their building process. Significant improvements...



18-Mar-2014, Scandlines takes over two hulls from P+S Werften

Scandlines has taken over two hulls of its new vessels, which were under construction at P+S Werften shipyard in Stralsund. The hull purchase agreement with the shipyard, which went bankrupt, was sign...




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