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Latest From Shipbuilding
Logic confirms there are still too many shipyards in the world, scratching around for a living is a world where demand is hugely cyclical, desperately penetrated by politics, with even the world’s biggest finding themselves struggling
Even with this latest order however, DSME has only met 36% of its orderbook target for 2019 so far
The brokerage’s research team says that vessels taken offline for scrubber installations should reduce fleet growth by 1% on average through this year
The assets disposed of include Ouhua’s shipbuilding facilities on Xiaoqian Island in Zhoushan and eight vessels under construction
Chairman Ren Yuanlin’s possible return to the helm is hugely important for Yangzijiang, which is pinning its hopes on a big turnaround in the second half to hit its full-year new order target. The return of the business maestro would inspire confidence that it is heading in the right direction
The first of two 7,500 cu m LNG bunkering capable tankers ordered from Keppel Singmarine was launched at Keppel Nantong in late July and both units were previously scheduled for delivery in the second and third quarters of this year
Latest From Yard Talk
South Korea and China have eaten away at the Japanese share of the shipbuilding market in recent years
While the number of active shipyards has shrunk significantly since 2009, hopefully the power of consolidation will truly revive the industry
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
The plan will hit a nerve of many foreign shipping players
Debt-to-equity swap investors albeit state-backed will need to withdraw properly
Capesizes and very large crude carriers lead the way as investors adopt risk-averse approach
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