Nuclear-powered icebreaker Arktika to be deployedSea trials of Project 22220 's lead nuclear-powered icebreaker, the Arktika, are expected to be completed by July 2020.
"Big Three" shipbuilders of South Korea strike MOAs with Qatar PetroleumKorea's "Big Three" shipyards, including HHI,SHI and DSME, have signed MOAs with Qatar Petroleum (QP) to secure more than 100 23.6 trillion-won natural gas carriers.
CIMC Raffles stars working on the LNG RoRo newbuildChina's CIMC Raffles, part of the CIMC group, has begun the construction of the second LNG-powered RoRo vessel for Sweden's Wallenius SOL.
South Korean shipbuilders undergo sharp drop in new ordersSouth Korean shipbuilders have experienced a dramatic drop in new orders in the first five months of the year, falling sharply short of their annual order targets due to the coronavirus outbreak and a decline in oil prices, data from the companies showed.
South Korea coordinates autonomous efforts on shipsIn an effort to ensure its place in the growing number of imitations for the development of autonomous unnamed shipping solutions, South Korea is setting up a new effort to spur the development and marketing of autonomous ship technology.
Tersan Shipyard announces the new contract with P/F HavborgTersan Shipyard Inc. has signed a new deal with P/F Havborg of Faroe Islands for an Arctic Freezer Trawler
First hybrid inland ship of China started operationsChina's first inland hybrid ship has started operations along the giant Yangtze River as part of an emissions reduction push.
Viking launched newest cruise ship in ItalyOn 11 June 2020, Viking Venus, the seventh ocean cruise ship built for shipowner Viking by Italian shipbuilder Fincantieri, was floated out at the Ancona shipyard.
Hyundai Heavy Industries to cooporate with CADMATICSouth Korean shipbuilder Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) and Finnish software firm CADMATIC have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on technical cooperation to develop next-generation design systems.
Korean shipbuilders lag far behind Chinese rivalsSouth Korea was a distant second player after China in the first five months of the year as regards new shipbuilding orders, data showed.
Port of Oslo orders a new hybrid patrol boatNorwegian Port of Oslo has signed a deal to purchase a new eco-friendly hybrid patrol boat with compatriot boat maker Maritime Company AS.
The first Russian Aframax tanker ready for sea trialsThe first Russian Aframax tanker, the Vladimir Monomakh fuelled by LNG, is able to begin trials at sea.
UZMAR and Port of Aarhus sign a contract for a tugboatThe contract for a newbuild tugboat of the RAmparts 3000 series is signed between Port of Aarhus and UZMAR Shipyard on May 29th over the video call, the shipbuilder announced.