Push for greener bulkers and sliding yen drive surge in demand from foreign buyers
- Japanese yards land five ship orders in February
- Poor bulker demand drives slump in Japan ship exports
- Tokyo’s currency boost
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Advisors hired to assist, says Chinese yardGuangzhou Shipyard International warns of...
Higher offshore building costs contribute to 38% first-quarter decline, says Seoul...Low-priced orders see Daewoo’s net income...
STX Offshore & Shipbuilding confirms co-operation but offers no details in response to rumours that it will sell China yardSTX ponders pull-out from Europe
Contract placed despite growing industry doubt over eco-ship advantage
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Ordering newbuildings may not benefit the market, but low prices are still attractive
- Chinese banks ink more agreements for Greek owners
- Paragon secures $69m loan from CDB
- Laskaridis inks contracts for 10 bulkers from Jinglu yard
Surge in offshore orders eases shipyards’ pain, BIMCO argues
Chilean carrier will buy seven Samsung-built wide-beam boxships
Boss of world’s largest non-operating owner argues for retrofitting existing ships
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