Samsung Heavy Industries

Samsung Heavy Industries

Zim Dalian
13 Feb 2014
Zim has canceled its remaining orders for four 12,552-TEU ships from Samsung Heavy Industries and four 8,800-TEU ships from Hyundai Samho...
The 13,208-TEU OOCL Bangkok, a sister ship of the NYK Hyperion.
08 Oct 2013
OOCL has christened a 13,208-TEU vessel on Geoje Island in South Korea.
22 Jul 2013
OOCL has christened its new 13,208 20-foot-equivalent unit vessel, which is the sixth of 10 new mega vessels ordered by the container line from Samsung Heavy Industries.
29 Apr 2013
OOCL celebrated the delivery of its fourth 13,208-TEU ship on April 29.
04 Apr 2013
The board of directors of Compañía Sud Americana de Vapores has approved an investment plan of $570 million to acquire seven new container ships and to prepay $258 million of its debt.
C. C. Tung, chairman of Orient Overseas (International) Limited; Mrs. Sachiko Sano, sponsor of OOCL Berlin and director of Yamasa; Makiko Sano, guest of honor and executive director of Yamasa; and Captain Lee Kin Hung of the OOCL Berlin.
21 Mar 2013
At a naming ceremony at the Samsung Heavy Industries shipyard on Geojoe Island in South Korea, OOCL unveiled its second 13,208-TEU mega-vessel to join its fleet this year.
Bronson Hsieh, second vice group chairman of Evergreen Group (third left); Sook-Je Lee, sponsor for the new ship's rope cutting (center) and the crew of Ever Leader.
03 Jan 2013
Taiwan-based Evergreen Group today held a naming ceremony for the Ever Leader, Evergreen Line’s eighth L-type container ship...
31 Aug 2011
Declining freight rates are not stopping lines from investing in new post-Panamax ship buildings, according to analyst Braemar Seascope.
30 May 2011
United Arab Shipping has a new $205 million loan facility to finance the acquisition of two container ships with capacities of 13,100 20-foot equivalent units.
20 May 2011
Evergreen Group ordered 10 new containerships with capacities of 8,000 20-foot equivalent units from China Shipbuilding Corp.
02 May 2011
Hanjin Shipping took delivery of the fourth in a series of five container ships with capacities of 10,000 20-foot equivalent units.
16 Feb 2011
United Arab Shipping Company finalized a $302 million loan facility to finance the acquisition of three remaining container vessels of 13,100 20-foot equivalent units capacity.