S. Korea lags behind China in shipbuilding orders last month
South Korea was relegated to the second spot in global shipbuilding orders last month for the first time since April, industry data showed Thursday.
Zhongfei Green Energy looks to restructure Dongfang Shipbuilding into hydrogen ship base
Zhongfei Green Energy, an Anhui-based alternative energy company, is looking to restructure a defunct Dongfang Shipbuilding yard into a R&D base for hydrogen-powered ships, seven years after the shipyard went into bankruptcy.
China’s new shipbuilding orders fall 37.9% on year in Jan-August
Completed newbuild tonnage across Chinese shipyards maintained growth on a yearly basis in January-August, but order backlog and new orders received extended declines from a year ago.
Merger of Yards in South Korea, China Will Control Global Shipbuilding
Mega shipyard mergers in South Korea and China are forging a new reality in the industrial sector that underpins the global shipping industry.
Online auction for Zhejiang Ouhua Shipbuilding fails
Bankrupt Chinese shipyard Zhejiang Ouhua Shipbuilding has failed to sell its assets in the online auction.
China ditches shipbuilding white list
Beijing has given tacit admission that its era of shipyard restructuring is coming to a close, announcing today the ditching of its so-called shipbuilding white list, likely taking the brakes off global shipyard capacity.
Shanghai Waigaoqiao Shipbuilding launches offshore engineering arm
Chinese state-owned Shanghai Waigaoqiao Shipbuilding (SWS) has officially launched its offshore engineering arm, Waigaoqiao Qingdong Offshore Engineering Company, located at Qidong ship industrial park, Jiangsu.