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Shipbuilding

A pain in the offshore

Cichen Shen

 

Chinese yards might want to consider an end-of-season sale before it’s too late

 

Japan's digitalisation

Max Tingyao Lin

 

From eco ships to smart ships, Japanese yards seek to lead the pack in innovation again

 

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Set Alert for Lloyd's List Sectors :: Shipbuilding

KHI axes newbuilding contract with Island Offshore unit

Client is facing financial difficulties
Asia Pacific Japan

January-May VLCC newbuilding activity highest in nine years

BIMCO warns shipowners to manage the supply side for crude oil tankers as demand is unable to provide support
International Tankers and Gas

Hanjin Heavy issues $50m loan to Philippines unit

Move comes after full acquisition of the Subic Bay-based yard operations
Asia Pacific South Korea

Cosco Shipping secures $543.9m in Cexim loans to fund 10 tanker newbuildings

The latest loan is part of the larger $4.2bn financing agreement inked between Cosco Shipping and Cexim
Tankers and Gas Finance

ABS chooses Greece for new Global Ship Systems Centre

New approach warranted by increasingly complex vessel systems, say executives

Technology and Innovation Shipbuilding

Metrostar inks aframaxes at Daehan

Comeback project after VLCC disposals now numbers four units at Korean yard

Europe Greece

No idea on share price surge, Cosco Singapore tells SGX

The company is seeking M&A opportunities, but media reports of OOCL being the target make little sense.

Asia Pacific Containers

Shipping confidence at its highest in three years, says Moore Stephens

Industry is cautiously optimistic over the next 12 months
Asia Pacific Europe

DSME postpones four-vessel order on owner’s request

Delivery date pushed back to April 22, 2019
Shipbuilding Finance
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