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- China COSCO Shipping orders LNG trio at Hudong
- Wärtsilä, Pastrovich Studio to design sustainable hybrid boutique cruise vessel
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Tsuneishi to build hydrogen-powered ferry in cooperation with CMB
Japanese shipbuilder Tsuneishi Facilities & Craft is to build the world’s first hydrogen-powered ferry in a joint development with Compagnie Maritime Belge (CMB).
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Royal Caribbean Delays New Cruise Ship Introduction for Six MonthsRoyal Caribbean International is delaying the introduction of its new cruise ship the Odyssey of the Seas for six months.
Wärtsilä, Pastrovich Studio to design sustainable hybrid boutique cruise vesselFinnish technology group Wärtsilä has signed a partnership agreement with Monaco-based architect and yacht designer Stefano Pastrovich on the design of innovative, sustainable superyachts for the boutique cruise sector.
Norden orders four ultramax bulkers at Chinese yardDenmark’s Norden has ordered four 61,000-dwt dry bulk ultramax carriers at China’s Nantong Cosco Khi Ship Engineering (Nacks).
Hyundai Heavy Industries Consolidates and Streamline Operations by 20%Responding to the challenges in the shipbuilding industry, Hyundai Heavy Industries announced that it will be slimming down its organization by 20 percent, consolidating business units and departments to overcome the current market conditions.
US Government To Invest In Austal USA Shipbuilding And Maintenance CapacityThe United States Department of Defense, in support of US Navy Shipbuilding Industrial Base, has announced a US$50 million Defense Production Act Title III Agreement (DPA Agreement) with Austal USA.
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