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

Without such guarantees, carriers spending billions of dollars to meet the International Maritime Organization’s (IMO's) rule will be unfairly disadvantaged by competitors who do not meet it.

News & Analysis

21 Jul 2017
The key Brazilian port of Santos’ efforts to bounce back from draft restrictions were set back this week.
21 Jul 2017
The trust manager of the company said it had sought approval to remove its shares in April.
20 Jul 2017
Pacific Northwest ports believe the true competitive edge will come from faster cargo velocity at the terminals.
17 Jul 2017
A 13,200 TEU vessel that is the largest ever to enter the Port of New York and the US East Coast passed under the newly-elevated Bayonne Bridge Monday afternoon.
17 Jul 2017
The project is capable of handling cargo, passenger ferries, and fishing vessels.
12 Jul 2017
Yacht transportation is a niche market for the breakbulk and heavy-lift sector.
11 Jul 2017
The sale of the ships to New York Stock Exchange-listed Navios is expected to be completed in parts from July 12.
10 Jul 2017
“There aren’t many other takeover candidates left on the shelf.”
10 Jul 2017
The fleet of ships jobless for at least 14 days has declined from 1.7 million TEU in November 2016.
07 Jul 2017
An Asia-ECSA service is a prime example of why ports around the world are racing to upgrade their infrastructure to keep up with growing ship sizes.