Saudi Ports sign contracts for upgradilng ports & rents out shipyard The Saudi Ports Authority has signed contracts worth s total $130 million for develpment and maintenance of ports including: King Abdul Aziz Port in Damman, King Fahd Industrial Port in Yanbu for use of Yasref refining company. In addition a 10-year contract was signed with Al=Balagha Trading Group for the rental of King Fahd Shipyard.
Seaspan Corp has signed contracts for Samsung Heavy Industries Co Ltd to build five new 4,520 TEU container ships. Seaspan has also completed more than $900 million in debt financing with a long-term fixed interest rate of less than 6 percent. The company has signed 12-year time charters for the vessels with Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha Ltd, Japan's third-largest liner operator. The five new vessels are due to be delivered in 2010 and 2011
TransCoastal Marine Services Inc. has signed contracts with a subsidiary of Penn Maritime Inc. for the modification and double-hull conversion of two barges. The work on the two barges will be carried out by TransCoastal's Fabrication and Offshore Group for more than $22 million. The project will begin in July and will extend into the fourth quarter of 2000.
The CBC has reported that Halifax Shipyard has signed contracts to build two luxury cruise ships for Pearl Seas Cruises, a Connecticut-based company. The value of the deal, signed Tuesday, was not made public. Pearl Seas president Charles Robertson said the company chose the Irving Shipbuilding Inc. operation because of the workers, facilities and geographic location. The vessels will carry between 165 to 210 passengers. The first one is expected to begin service in July 2008.
Kronodoc Oy signed a purchase contract with Aker Finnyards Inc., the former Kvaerner Masa-Yards Inc. In addition to the delivery of the Kronodoc product, the contract includes services to implement the Kronodoc product in document management and collaboration functions throughout Aker Finnyards` design processes; to integrate the product to existing yard systems; to migrate data from existing document management systems to Kronodoc; and to train key users and administrators in the use of the
Vacon Plc has signed a memorandum of understanding with Scanfil Plc on production of the Vacon NXL low-power (under 3 kW) frequency converters in Suzhou, China, during the first year-quarter of 2004. The signed contract aims for a long-term cooperation in production and development of Vacon's logistics process. This contract has no impact on employment of Vacon personnel in Finland.
Fincantieri has signed contracts with Minoan Lines to supply two high-speed ferries for delivery in autumn 2001 and spring 2002. The price for each vessel is about $106 million, Fincantieri said. With a gross tonnage of about 36,000 tons, each ship can carry 2,000 passengers, 110 cars and 120 trailers. These are the third and fourth ships that Minoan Lines will have on order at Fincantieri. The earlier vessels, to be named Knossos Palace and Festos Palace, will be delivered in 2000 and 2001
The propeller manufacturer and joint-venture company Wärtsilä CME Zhenjiang Propeller Co Ltd signed contracts in November to deliver a total of 72 fixed pitch propellers (FPP) at a value of approximately EUR 30 million. The company will deliver the propellers to six of China's leading shipbuilders for vessels due to be delivered between 2009 and 2011. The nickel-aluminium bronze propellers, totalling over 2700 tonnes with diameters ranging from 6.1 - 8
Rolls-Royce has signed contracts with a value of about $99m covering delivery of safer deck operations equipment for four anchor handling vessels; two of the contracts are with Karmsund for Ezra in , and two with Aker Yards for K-Line in .
According to a report from Sea Trade Asia, Keppel Offshore & Marine (Keppel O&M) has ended 2008 with additional signed contracts worth $136m through its wholly owned subsidiaries. The new orders include the upgrading and conversion of a Floating, Storage and Offloading (FSO) vessel into a Floating Production, Storage and Offloading facility by Keppel Shipyard for Single Buoy Moorings, the building of two RAmpage 5500 Z-M offshore support tugs by Keppel Singmarine for Seaways
The UAE's National Drilling Company has signed contracts worth $543 million to acquire 14 new rigs, state news agency WAM said on Sunday. One offshore and one onshore rig will be manufactured in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) as part of the deals, WAM said.
Immediately after signing contract with signed with Hyundai Samho Heavy Industries to build five VLCCs, with an option to build additional five VLCCs, the National Shipping Company of Saudi Arabia (Bahri) signed a contract with Hyundai Samho Heavy Industries to build additional five VLCCs
The Egyptian Natural Gas Holding Company (EGAS) signed an initial agreement with Russian company Rosneft to supply oil products and liquefied natural gas (LNG) shipments. The document defines key terms of the future cooperation between the companies in the area of LNG supplies.
SBM Offshore has entered an agreement with Mitsubishi Corporation (MC) and Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha (NYK Line) for the acquisition of a stake in the joint venture companies incorporated for the purpose of owning and operating Floating Production Storage and Offloading (FPSO) Turritella
APM Terminals Signs Contract for Wind-Power Generated Electricity for Maasvlakte II Terminal APM Terminals has signed a two-year, €5 million ($6.23 million) contract with Amsterdam-based NV Nuon Energy for the supply of environmentally-sustainable wind-generated electricity to power
The Philippines aims to buy two frigates, two helicopters and three gunboats for deployment in the South China Sea where a territorial dispute with China has lent urgency to the need to bolster forces, a Philippine navy officer said on Wednesday.
Electromagnetic Geoservices ASA (EMGS) recorded revenues of USD 52.5 million in the fourth quarter 2014, up from USD 41.7 million in the third quarter and from USD 44.9 million in the corresponding quarter in 2013. Contract sales totaled USD 25
Bestobell Marine, part of the President Engineering Group, has received its third order in the past 12 months from Hudong Zhonghua shipyard in China. The deal involves the supply of 460 cryogenic miniature needle globe valves per ship for four Teekay/CNOOC/China Shipping Group LNG (liquefied
Rolls-Royce has signed contracts with Bastø-Fosen and Fjord 1 in Norway for azimuth propulsion systems for five new double ended ferries. The ferries are scheduled to enter into service along the coast of Norway in the summer of 2016.
Algoma Central Corporation announces $160 million investment in fleet expansion and fleet renewal Algoma Central Corporation announced that it has acquired a 2009-built handy size self-unloading ocean class vessel, the Gypsum Integrity, from Gypsum Transportation Limited
U.S. Navy Secretary Ray Mabus on Thursday warned that congressional plans for a piecemeal modernization of 11 cruisers would cost billions of dollars more than the Navy's original plan and meant the warships would have to be retired earlier.
OSI Maritime Systems signs contract for the implementation phase of Integrated Navigation and Bridge Systems for the Royal Canadian Navy’s Arctic Offshore Patrol Ship Program OSI Maritime Systems Ltd. (OSI) has signed a contract with Lockheed Martin Canada to build
The National Shipping Co. of Saudi Arabia (Bahri) signed contracts on Thursday with Hyundai Samho Heavy Industries (HSHI) to build five very large crude carriers (VLCCs), with an option for additional five more vessels, the company said in a bourse statement.
Striking Israeli dockworkers defied a court order on Thursday and shut down the country's two main seaports for a second day in protest at the creation of two new foreign-run ports. Spokesmen for the ports of Ashdod and Haifa said 2,400 workers had left their posts and union leaders had gone
Israeli dockworkers ended a two-day strike on Thursday that had shut down the country's two main seaports in protest at the creation of new foreign-run ports. Some 2,400 workers had walked out of the ports of Ashdod and Haifa as union leaders went underground and for most of Thursday