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The week in newbuildings

Lloyd’s List’s weekly update of the newbuiding pipeline, providing commentary across the shipping sectors
on the key orders and fleet programmes

Latest orders

 


 
Weekly Commentaries

The week in newbuildings: Bulk carriers abound

During a relatively quiet week for new orders, China’s New Dayang Shipbuilding wins five ultramax bulkers from Egyptian and Japanese owners, while Belgium-based Jan De Nul adds an extra large cable layer at CMHI’s Haimen shipyard

Week in Newbuildings Dry Bulk

The week in newbuildings: SC Shipping boosts chemical tanker orderbook

Chinese chemical tanker operator SC Shipping has confirmed a second order for 25,900 dwt stainless steel ships, after signing up for five vessels in April

Week in Newbuildings Tankers and Gas

The week in newbuildings: Top-tier containership operators plan more orders

Evergreen and Cosco are said to be at advanced stages in ordering additional containership newbuildings in China

Week in Newbuildings Tankers and Gas

The week in newbuildings: CSSC yard wins Mercy Ships contract

China State Shipbuilding Corp’s Guangzhou Shipyard International has confirmed the signing of a contract for a floating hospital with charity Mercy Ships

Week in Newbuildings Tankers and Gas

The week in newbuildings: AET confirms order for first ammonia dual-fuel tankers

MISC tanker operating subsidiary subsidiary AET orders first tankers capable of operating on ammonia at China’s Dalian Shipbuilding Industry.

Week in Newbuildings Dry Bulk

The week in newbuildings: China continues to win bulk of orders

Newbuilding contracts for seven dry cargo carriers, four containerships, six MPVs, one deck cargo carrier, two heavy lift ships, eight gas carriers and eight tankers were signed in the past week

Week in Newbuildings Dry Bulk

The week in newbuildings: Orders valued at $3bn signed

Bulkers and tankers continue to dominate newbuilding ordering activity as shipowners invest in more fuel-efficient tonnage during strong freight markets

Week in Newbuildings Dry Bulk

The week in newbuildings: Greek and UK shipowners pen LR2 orders in China

Orders for four bulkers, two gas carriers, three offshore vessels and 13 tankers recorded in past week

Week in Newbuildings Tankers and Gas

The week in newbuildings: Crude oil and product tanker orderbook sees further boost

Greek and Israeli shipowners have ordered a combined 12 large tankers in the past week, comprising four ships each in the VLCC, suezmax and long range two sectors

Week in Newbuildings Tankers and Gas

The week in newbuildings: Orders valued at $3bn signed

Ordering activity continues to be dominated by bulk carriers and tankers, although several high-value contracts were reported for the gas and vehicle carrier sectors

Week in Newbuildings Dry Bulk

The week in newbuildings: Dry cargo carriers and tankers dominate

Newbuilding contracts for 24 dry cargo carriers, 16 tankers and four vehicle carriers recorded in the past week, all at Asian shipyards

Week in Newbuildings Dry Bulk

The week in newbuildings: Euronav pens bitumen tanker order

Belgium’s Euronav has ordered its first bitumen tanker newbuildings at a Chinese shipyard, with delivery due in 2026

Week in Newbuildings Tankers and Gas

The week in newbuildings: Cruise sector revival

Carnival and Royal Caribbean both confirmed orders following a pandemic-induced absence from the newbuilding market since 2020

Week in Newbuildings Dry Bulk

The week in newbuildings: Tankers and gas carriers make up lion’s share of new orders

Furetank adds two intermediate product tankers to its existing orderbook, Capital Maritime pens dual-fuel LNG VLCCs, while NYK Stolt orders 38,000 dwt chemical tanker sextet

Week in Newbuildings Tankers and Gas

The week in newbuildings: PCTC orderbook hits 181 vessels

The orderbook for pure car and truck carriers continues to grow with Neptune Lines and Eastern Pacific Shipping both adding tonnage in the past week

Dry Bulk Tankers and Gas

The week in newbuildings: VLCCs and ammonia carrier orderbooks get further boost

Newbuilding contracts for a total of 21 vessels in the containership, dry cargo, gas, offshore, passenger ferry and tanker sectors were reported by shipyards and brokers

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