Ships & Shipbuilding

Ship and shipbuilding news as it pertains to the shipping industry, such as orders for newbuilds by container lines, new ship designs, mega-ships or maritime accidents. Some of the world's largest shipbuilders are Hyundai Heavy Industries, Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering and CSBC.

Commentary

Hints that capacity might tighten at the top global operators, but not at those that want to be among them, come as other industry analysts warn that the gap between supply and demand will widen.

News & Analysis

22 Feb 2017
The New York Stock Exchange-listed company’s operating revenue shrank by almost $70 million.
21 Feb 2017
Heavy-lift vessels have faced a challenging market owing to the low oil price combined with a shift to subsea installation.
16 Feb 2017
A senior source close the matter told JOC.com that the government of Hong Kong had made its concerns known over such changes to Beijing.
16 Feb 2017
Even though container volumes grew 4 percent in the fourth quarter of 2016, this did not lead to a corresponding increase in demand for container ships.
13 Feb 2017
Shreyas Shipping & Logistics is adding more vessels to its fleet.
09 Feb 2017
Rickmers did not give financial details of the transaction.
06 Feb 2017
Since Intermarine announced plans to renew its fleet, the global project industry has been in a slump that caused carriers to re-evaluate vessel orders.
03 Feb 2017
Beneficial cargo owners got a taste of what to expect back in 2012.
01 Feb 2017
Extra services played a role in the decline.
31 Jan 2017
Customs and Border Protection proposed on Jan. 18 to revise almost 30 interpretative rulings on the Jones Act.