Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI) has secured a supply contract from an unnamed Asian client to build five additional vessels in a deal worth KRW 794.2 billion (USD 694.8 million)
In a company filing, it said the contract is to build five 15,000-TEU LNG powered container ships, the first of which is expected to be delivered by January 2024.
With this, Samsung has secured orders for 19 vessels which accounts for 31% of its 2021 target of USD 7.8 billion. According to the filing, this deal alone accounts for 10.8% of its targeted annual sales.
Published: 11 March, 2020
Associate Director at Helmsman highlights the need to stay up-to-date with latest protocols / measures introduced by MPA, with continuous education of Master and crew of the visiting vessel.
BunkerPlanner Lite is an attempt to educate professionals engaged in bunker decisions about the use of advanced technology in the decision process, explains BunkerMetric CEO Christian Plum.
Senior Associate at Clyde & Co offers guidance to protect shipowners and bunker tanker operators in the event opposing counterparty breaches Covid-19 protocols, resulting in Covid-19 transmission.
Having a surveyor’s watchful eye to detect illegal activities also sends a strong signal to barge and vessel crew not to undertake any intended non-compliance, states VPS Senior Sales Manager.
Bunker tanker owner’s trust in LR and Metcore’s expertise proves duo’s experience in bunkering MFMs and unceasing support made the difference in ensuring trust during bunker transactions.
‘To be clear, the activities undertaken by Ang outside of Sea Hub are categorically unrelated to the current non-active status of the company,’ Glen Lim, Shipping Director of Sea hub, tells Manifold Times.
21 Jul 2021