Newbuilding contracts for four liquefied natural gas tankers, four bulk carriers and a pair of products tankers confirmed in the past week
Letter of intent has been signed with Chinese shipyard for up to 10 vessels with 9,000 car capacity. A contract signing is expected imminently
Newbuilding contracts for 14 LNG tankers and two LPG tankers confirmed last week at South Korean and Chinese shipbuilders
Other orders have been confirmed for 13 bulk carriers, two containerships, one LNG bunkering ship and a trio of LPG tankers with majority of contracts won by Chinese shipbuilders
Orderbook for VLCCs boosted to 48 ships following recent order by MOL for dual-fuel pair at Chinese shipyard. However, the newbuilding backlog for this type of vessel is at its lowest level for decades
Polish state-backed Polferries will receive new LNG-ready ferry from shipbuilder Visentini Cantiere Navale in second half of 2024
New orders reported for nine bulk carriers and eight liquified natural gas carriers in the past week
Six LNG tankers, three LPG carriers, two boxships, a pair of products tankers, one chemical tanker and an FPSO were all contracted last week at Chinese, South Korean and Japanese shipyards
New orders recently placed include three products tankers, four heavy lift ships, two liquefied natural gas tankers and four conventional reefer ships
New orders for four bulk carriers, seven boxships, nine tankers and six vehicle carriers recorded in the past week with majority due for delivery in 2024
New orders for four bulk carriers, two boxships, four mini bulkers, four products tankers and a heavy lift ship confirmed in the past week
New orders confirmed at Chinese, Italian and South Korean shipyards
New order for a single dual-fuel capesize bulk carrier confirmed for NYK Line adds to five ships already ordered in China and Japan by the Japanese owner
Orders for bulk carrier newbuildings are at their highest levels since last October, with ultramax and kamsarmax units making up the lion’s share of contracts
Newbuilding order confirms continuing shift from multi-decked conventional refrigerated cargo ships in favour of fully cellular containerships with very high reefer capacity
Orders for 33 bulk carriers have been confirmed since the beginning of June, with supramax and kamsarmax units making up the majority of new contracts
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