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South Korean Shipbuilders Reign Supreme in New Orders
South Korean shipbuilders remained on top of the global shipbuilding orders list for the fourth straight month as local yards clinched 70 percent of orders placed worldwide in August.
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Keel laid for largest naval ship to ever be built in CanadaOn January 16, 2020, Seaspan Shipyards hosted a keel laying ceremony for the Royal Canadian Navy’s (RCN) first of two joint support ships (JSS), the future HMCS Protecteur.
MSC Cruises’ LNG-Powered Newbuilds to Feature Wärtsilä EquipmentFinnish technology group Wärtsilä will supply French shipbuilder Chantiers de l‘Atlantique with a comprehensive package of integrated solutions for MSC Cruises’ two new LNG-powered ships.
Damen, German partners to build Germany’s New MKS 180 shipsDutch shipyard Damen Schelde Naval Shipbuilding, together with its partners Blohm+Voss and Thales, has won a tender for the German Navy’s MKS 180 multi-purpose combat ship project.
Damen Poised to Develop Shipbuilding in BangladeshDutch shipbuilder Damen Shipyards Group and Australian-based Gentium Solutions have signed a memorandum of understanding with the Ministry of Industry of Bangladesh, seeking to establish and develop shipbuilding and ship repair industry in Bangladesh.
2 Ships Fail to Comply with IMO 2020 in Chinese WatersSince the beginning of January 2020, the Chinese Maritime Safety Administration (MSA) has found two ships in Chinese waters to be in breach of new sulphur regulations as they were using non-compliant fuel, the Standard P&I club said.
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