Going forward, MitsubishiShipbuilding will provide shipbuilding technologies in response to all customer needs as a total engineering firm handling new ship constructions as well as ships already in service, making no distinctions between vessels constructed in-house and those made by other shipbuilders.
TSUNEISHI SHIPBUILDING has released the details of the new model TESS66 AEROLINE ... TESS66 AEROLINE, the newest ship model of TSUNEISHI SHIPBUILDING’s long-selling TESS series, achieves the largest class 66 200 DWT of the Ultramax bulk carrier category to maximise transportation efficiency.
As the next step in the consolidation of the Japanese shipbuilding industry, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries announced plans for its new operations specializing in naval vessels and government ships. MHI previously announced it had agreed to take over the operations of Mitsui E&SShipbuilding at the Tamano Works in the southern Japanese city of Okayama.
Facing losses due to rising steel prices, all of South Korea's "Big Three" shipbuilders are expected to raise prices in a drive to improve margins ... With contract prices for their vessels already set, and material costs going up, Korea's shipbuilders have had to make loss provisions for future deliveries.