Clarksons Research cuts orderbook projection for remainder of 2020 as impacts from Covid-19 and fuelling dilemmas continue to grip market
South Korean yard faces uncertain future as workers reject voluntary retirement offer and down tools
Now ships of nearly 10,000-teu are heading to the breakers
Bankruptcy restructuring begins with a big question mark over future of yard
Maersk ships continue to set container demo records. While the 7,403 teu Kokura and Kawasaki, originally Katrine Maersk and Kirsten Maersk, have only just arrived in India for breaking, a lengthened and jumboised sister of this Odense-built type will soon become the largest-ever container vessel to...
Singapore shipyard says first of two fish farms to be delivered by the first quarter of 2021
Norwegian owner Ludwig Mowinckels has placed an order at China’s New Times Shipbuilding for the construction of up to four 158,000 dwt suezmax tankers. According to multiple shipbroking houses, including Intermodal and Seasure Shipbroking, the newbuild contract includes firm orders for two vessels...
Greek shipowner is working to secure charter contracts from Total
Shipping chief Grahaeme Henderson says industry will need to collaborate in ways it has not done before
Norwegian shipbuilder Kleven Verft has filed for bankruptcy after a refinancing plan fell through. The offshore vessel specialist had latterly moved into the cruise business. It is owned by Croatia’s DIV Group, which also controls another European yard, Brodosplit. Subsidiaries Kleven Maritime...