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Yard Talk | No end to state subsidy seen

Shipbuilding nations advocating market-based rules, such as Japan, have been disappointed by continuing government handouts from competitors, but the frustration is unlikely to go away anytime soon

CSSC Shipbuilding

Torm buys two LR2 newbuildings from GSI

The two vessels will be fitted with scrubbers and the potential for dual-fuel installation

Tankers and Gas Sale and Purchase

Vafias agrees $126m deal for LPG carriers

Three medium-sized fully-refrigerated LPG carriers from Hartmann Reederei will come with remaining charter periods to Geogas, Total and Mexican charterer Grup Nieto, say market sources

Tankers and Gas LPG

HHI signs tanker orders worth $229m

The South Korean shipbuilder expects the market to improve this year in certain segments. The improved prospects are helped in part by stricter environmental requirements in shipping 

South Korea Tankers and Gas

Probunkers eyes order for LNG bunkers at Hyundai Mipo

Probunkers is hopeful of proceeding to final contract discussions with the yard ‘in the next month or so’

Tankers and Gas Bunkers

Samsung could get $318m from Pacific Offshore drill ship dispute

The drill ship was ordered for $517m in 2013 and Samsung has so far only $180m in advance payments

South Korea Offshore
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Latest From Yard Talk

Yard Talk | No end to state subsidy seen

Shipbuilding nations advocating market-based rules, such as Japan, have been disappointed by continuing government handouts from competitors, but the frustration is unlikely to go away anytime soon

CSSC Shipbuilding

Yard Talk | Chance for a Japanese renaissance

South Korea and China have eaten away at the Japanese share of the shipbuilding market in recent years

Japan Containers

Yard Talk | Little new year cheer for shipbuilders

While the number of active shipyards has shrunk significantly since 2009, hopefully the power of consolidation will truly revive the industry

Asia Pacific Yard Talk

Yard Talk | Chinese yards breathe easier

The tightening shipping emission rules have created additional demand for the shipbuilding industry, including the Chinese yards, highlighted by the recent partnership between DSIC and DNV GL to develop LNG-fuelled 23,000 teu ships

Asia Pacific China

Yard Talk | Can we blame the South Korean plan?

The plan will hit a nerve of many foreign shipping players

Asia Pacific Dry Bulk

Yard Talk | Will China’s shipbuilding bailout lead to capacity cut?

Debt-to-equity swap investors albeit state-backed will need to withdraw properly

Asia Pacific Yard Talk
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