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       at SMM 2018,
       Hamburg, 4-7 September
       

       Hall A1, Stand 529

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Ulstein wins third SOV contract from Bernhard Schulte

Friday, 03 Aug 2018

Ulstein Verft has won a contract for a third service operation vessel (SOV) from Germany’s Bernard Schulte. more

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Meyer Werft and University of Groningen sign cooperation agreement

Thursday, 02 Aug 2018

German shipyard Meyer Werft and the University of Groningen are to collaborate on joint projects involving science and technology to create ‘sustainable and competitive solutions’.more

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Damen takes control at Mangalia

Wednesday, 01 Aug 2018

Completed transaction The Damen Shipyards Group has taken operational control of Romania’s Mangalia shipyard following successful completion of a transaction with Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering which has operated...more

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Kvarken Link has invited shipyards to hand in offers for new ferry

Wednesday, 01 Aug 2018

Swedish ferry operator Kvarken Link AB plans to order a new ferry for its sailings between Vaasa and Umea.more

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LNG-powered ConRo delivered for United States-Puerto Rico trade

Tuesday, 31 Jul 2018

A 2,400TEU container RoRo ship, El Coqui, powered by liquid natural gas (LNG), has been delivered by VT Halter Marine Inc for operation on Crowley Maritime’s scheduled service between Jacksonville, Florida, and San Juan,...more

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STX France renamed Chantiers de l’Atlantique

Tuesday, 31 Jul 2018

French yard STX France in Saint Nazaire has reverted to its traditional name Chantiers de l’Atlantique and has been put temporarily under French government ownership.more

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First North American-built LNG ferry delivered by Davie Shipbuilding

Monday, 30 Jul 2018

Canada’s largest shipbuilder, Davie Shipbuilding, has delivered the first LNG-powered ferry to be built in North America.more

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Next-generation vessels for Princess Cruises

Monday, 30 Jul 2018

Italian yard Fincantieri said it has signed a memorandum of agreement with Princess Cruises, part of U.S. cruise group Carnival Corporation, for construction of two next-generation 175,000gt cruise ships. more

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