In addition, Bocimar has ordered two 176,000 dwt Capesize newbuildings from Jinhaiwan (China). The purchase price amounts to $88.5m per vessel and the delivery is scheduled to take place in April 2009 and July 2010. Finally Bocimar, in joint venture with Wah Kwong (Hong Kong), has ordered two Postpanamax 93,000 dwt newbuildings from Shanhaiguan (China). The newbuilding price amounts to $52.8m per vessel. The vessels will be delivered in December 2010 and February 2011.
Hanjin Heavy Industries won orders totaling $294 million to build 10 ships for a Dutch firm, a German firm and one other European company. Hanjin Heavy said in a statement that Dutch firm Vroon B.V. ordered two 1,600 teu containerships and two 30,000 dwt chemical ships, worth a total of $96 million. It said Germany's Rickmers Reederei GmbH & Cie KG had ordered four 1,200-teu containerships worth $78 million and one other European company had ordered two 5
Petrobras, which has a $112 billion investment plan through 2012, is expanding and refurbishing its fleet. It has already contracted the construction of 23 tankers, and more orders are in the pipeline. Petrobras is also planning to order two Very Large Crude Carrier (VLCC) supertankers, but did not give a timetable for the transaction. The plan to build new ships – and potentially some new drilling rigs – in Brazil is designed to revitalize the local ship-building industry and
Anglo-Norwegian engineering group Kvaerner ASA said on Friday that its German shipyard Warnow had won a contract worth 640 million crowns ($70.1 million) to build two container ships for Oskar Wehr. Kvaerner said in a statement that Oskar Wehr, based in Hamburg, had also ordered two similar ships from the yard in August. The two extra vessels, of the Warnov CV 2500 design, would be delivered in the first and second quarters of 2002.
A.P. Moeller ordered two additional cable-laying vessels from its wholly-owned Volkswerft shipyard in Stralsund, eastern Germany. The ship's deliveries are set at end-2000 to early-2001.
Venezuela’s PDVSA confirmed plans to order two oil tankers from an Argentine shipyard. Reportedly union leader Vicente Ignomirielo, a delegate of Buenos Aires-based Río Santiago shipyard (ARS) made the announcement Tuesday, following a meeting with the president of PDVSA's shipyard in Venezuela Dianca. (Source: AFP)
Frontline ordered two new Suezmax tankers from China's Jiangsu Rongsheng Heavy Industries Group Co. Ltd. for an undisclosed sum, China Daily reported. The vessels will be delivered in November 2008 and February 2009. Frontline also secured options for a further four similar Suezmax tankers. The new vessels were priced more than $15m lower than the indicated price level for 2006 delivered tonnage. (Source: China Daily)
Samskip will very soon start a second service between Rotterdam and Iceland. It already chartered a 364 TEU vessel for the new service. The two 703 TEU vessels of the present can not meet the demand for transport capacity. In July Samskip already ordered two new vessels of 908 TEU.
British shipping group P&O plans to start taking Germans on cruise holidays, citing that market as underdeveloped and with huge growth potential. The company is investing an initial $80.6 million and taking a 51 percent stake in a joint venture cruise company to be formed with privately owned German group Arkona Touristik. The new company, Aida Cruises, will order two new ships to complement the 1,200 berth Aida. P&O has an option to take full control of the venture once the ships are
The gas and power division of Royal Dutch/Shell ordered two additional liquefied natural gas (LNG) carriers to support its growing global LNG business. Shell International Gas Limited ordered a membrane-type carrier from South Korea's Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering and a moss spherical tank carrier from Japan's Mitsubishi Heavy Industries. Shell did not disclose the price for the orders, but industry sources said the market level for a typical LNG carrier was around $175 million.
Significant volumes of dry bulk carrier orders, most of them for Chinese shipyards, are reported by Clarkson Hellas in their latest S&P Weekly Bulletin, as follows: Starting with the large sizes in dry, Oldendorff Carriers are reported to have declared the sixth in a series of 207
EU-funded initiative on gas-fuelled, two-stroke ship engines A major international conference on November 27 in Copenhagen marked the final phase of the EU-funded Helios project. Helios is a cooperation research project within the EU´s seventh Framework Program for Research and Technical
Edison Chouest Offshore and Island Offshore are ordering two new OCV vessels through the company Island Ventures II LLC. One vessel will be built at Ulstein Verft, Norway, and the other in the United States. Constructing at Ulstein Verft
Baltic Trading Limited has ordered two 64,000 dwt Ultramax newbuildings for an aggregate purchase price of $56.0 million. The Company also has an option exercisable in January 2014 to acquire two additional Ultramax newbuildings under the same specifications and purchase price.
Ship owners trend towards larger ship sizes in the latest round of newbuilding orders reported in Clarkson Hellas S&P Weekly Bulletin. Dry bulk carriers Oldendorff Carriers has contracted for four firm plus up to four option 208,000 dwt Newcastlemax from Taizhou CATIC
Marineco UK placed another order for two more Damen FCS 2610 Twin Axe vessels to serve its offshore wind activities, and Sure Wind, a British company specializing in the German market and new customer for Damen, has ordered two as well. The Scottish company Marineco was the first customer for
Willard Marine, a 56-year-old builder of composite and aluminum boats, has recently taken orders to build rescue boats for the Alaska Marine Highway System (AMHS), U.S. Military Sealift Command (MSC) and Maersk Lines Ltd. The Willard Marine rescue boats meet all U.S
Raceland, LA-based Adriatic Marine LLC has entered into a contract with Harvey Gladiator LLC, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Harvey Gulf International Marine LLC, for the purchase of six 205’ DP-1 Offshore Supply Vessels (OSVs). The transaction is expected to close in the early fourth
COSCO, Singapore announce its subsidiary shipyards in China have gained contracts for newbuildings worht US$366-million for offshore and various other types of vessel, as follows: COSCO (Guangdong) Shipyard Co. Ltd. A Netherlands based company has placed orders to build two platform supply
Singapore based Pacific Radiance Group ordered two platform supply vessels (PSV) of the Ulstein PX121 design for construction at a Chinese yard. The vessels are estimated for deliveries in Q2 and Q3 2015. The contract includes options for two more vessels.
GasLog has ordered two new 174,000 cbm Tri-Fuel Diesel Electric LNG carriers from Samsung Heavy Industries Co., Ltd. in South Korea. The vessels are expected to be delivered in Q3 and Q4 2016, respectively, and upon delivery will commence firm seven-year charters with a subsidiary of BG Group plc
With its latest delivery, Maritime Craft Services (MCS) said it has become the largest Twin axe owner and operator to services for offshore built wind turbines. Maritime Craft Services (Clyde) Ltd. took delivery of three more Twin Axe wind farm support vessels in June and two more will arrive
With two state-of-the-art Liebherr Mobile Harbor Cranes, Niedersachsen Ports works the switches for more turnover in their seaports Brake and Emden. Within a short time frame, Niedersachsen Ports GmbH & Co. KG (NPorts) in Northern Germany ordered two Liebherr Mobile Harbor Cranes (LHM).
Rolls-Royce signs extensive equipment orders with Italian cruise ship builder Fincantieri for Viking Cruises' 2 newbuildings. Viking Cruises recently ordered two cruise ships from Fincantieri and have chosen the highly-efficient Rolls-Royce integrated rudder and propulsion system, called Promas
HATLAPA builds its largest stern rollers to date for Maersk Supply Service’s two new tugs under construction in Chile. The Danish shipping company Maersk Supply Service has ordered two large stern rollers from HATLAPA to be used in the two vessels built at the Chilean shipyard Asenav