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China earns cruise newbuild business, aims for ship financeWhile China has steadily built shipbuilding market share, cruise…
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U.S. shipbuilder Metal Shark powers into the second half of 2018 with a healthy backlog, multiple recent deliveries into foreign markets…
Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering Delivers New High-tech LNG Carrier
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Cargill Aims to Cut Ship Emissions 15% by 2020
Cargill Inc aims to cut carbon emissions from its international shipping unit by as much as 15 percent by 2020, to meet U.N.
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