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H-Line Shipping Orders LNG Carrier from Hyundai Samho
South Korea’s Hyundai Samho Heavy Industries has secured an order for the construction of a liquefied natural gas (LNG) carrier.
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Jiangnan Shipbuilding wins order for VLGC trio from AW ShippingJiangnan Shipbuilding said that the ships would feature 230 meters in length, 36.6 meters in width, and have a design draft of 11.5 meters.
Chinese Firm Tests World's Largest Operational Flying BoatThis week, the Aviation Industry Corporation of China (AVIC) completed the first sea-based flight test for the AG600 "Kunlong," the world's largest currently-operating flying boat.
Silverstream air lubrication system to be fitted on 8 LNG newbuildsSilverstream Technologies has won orders for its air lubrication system to be installed on eight LNG carrier newbuildings being built at Korean yards for charters to Shell.
Hyundai Mipo secures orders for petrochemical carrier quartetShipbuilder Hyundai Mipo Dockyard (HMD), part of Korea Shipbuilding & Offshore Engineering Co., has received orders for the construction of four petrochemical carriers.
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