Samsung Heavy receives $2.5 billion deal from EvergreenEvergreen Marine Corp. of Taiwan has chosen South Korean shipbuilder Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI) to construct twenty 15,000 TEU containerships.
Minerva receives delivery of LNG newbuild from Samsung HeavyThe Greek shipping company Minerva has taken the delivery of its latest LNG carrier newbuild, the Minerva Kalymnos.
Samsung Heavy Industries wins order for four VLCCsSouth Korean shipbuilder Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI) has received an order for four very large crude carriers to be built.
Samsung, Hyundai and Daewoo to compete to platforms of PetrobrasThree consortiums including Asian shipyards are planning to bid to build the first two in-house platforms of the Brazilian state-controlled oil giant Petrobras in more than seven years.
Samsung Heavy launches GasLog's LNG carrier newbuildGasLog's newbuild LNG carrier has been launched by South Korean shipbuilder Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI).
Samsung delivers new suezmax shuttle tanker to AETOil tanker operator AET has purchased a new Suezmax Dynamic Positioning (DP2) shuttle tanker, the Eagle Pilar.
Samsung Heavy Industries receives new order worth 408.2 billion wonSamsung Heavy Industries, has received a new order worth 408.2 billion won ($371 million) from an unspecified shipper in Oceania to construct two tanker vessels built to transport liquefied natural gas.
Samsung Heavy's LNG re-liquefaction system passes significant stepsSamsung Heavy Industries, a major shipbuilder in South Korea, has developed a re-liquefaction system for low-pressure dual-fuel engines that has taken important steps for field application.
Samsung Heavy wins $2.5 bln order from European companySamsung Heavy Industries, a major shipbuilder in South Korea, has signed a $2.5 billion contract to provide a customer in the Eurasian region with block materials.
Samsung chooses Wärtsilä cargo handling system design againA contract for the provision of cargo handling and fuel supply systems has been awarded to the technology group Wärtsilä for two new 98,000 cbm VLECs being developed at the Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI) shipyard in South Korea.
Fire at Samsung Heavy Industries caused the death of a workerA fire incident at South Korean Samsung Heavy Industries caused the death of one worker and injured another worker.