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Korean shipbuilders’ orders +198% in 2017
Shipbreaking: creating a culture of safety

Shipbreaking: creating a culture of safety

Alang - In 2016, 86% of the world’s end-of-life vessels were broken up under rudimentary conditions on Asian beaches. To many shipowners, beaching appears to be an inexpensive means of recycling a marine vessel. But in reality, it comes at a steep cost to the environment and human life, with 52 deaths

Cruises: 2018, year of the debutantes

Cruises: 2018, year of the debutantes

Trieste - The year that has just begun will have no shortage of cruise ship launches. All the major companies in the shipbuilding industry and some “new entries” will be working hard to deliver a total of 16 new vessels.

Trump administration aims to open nearly all U.S. offshore to oil drilling
Saudi Aramco shipyard JV appoints CEO

Saudi Aramco shipyard JV appoints CEO

Dubai - Saudi Aramco and its partners have appointed Fathi K. Al-Saleemas chief executive of a joint venture to build a shipyard on the kingdom’s east coast, part of the Saudi Arabian government’s drive to diversify the economy beyond oil

Milaha Shipyard repairs over 7,000 vessels

Milaha Shipyard repairs over 7,000 vessels

Doha - Milaha Shipyard has emerged as one of the leading shipyards in the region.The Shipyard has serviced and repaired over 7,000 vessels of various types so far, showing Qatar’s growing role in global maritime sector. The Shipyard is one of the oldest and most active in the region

Samsung Heavy on all-out efforts to cut costs

Samsung Heavy on all-out efforts to cut costs

Seoul - Samsung Heavy Industries,one of the world’s leading shipbuilders, is encouraging its employees to use up their remaining paid vacation days as part of its efforts to cut costs, a company official said Tuesday. More than 4,000 of its employees are scheduled to go on vacation from Tuesday to Friday

Fincantieri Services Middle East established in Qatar

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