Shipyard news


Russian shipyard is unable to deliver sophisticated ships without Korean/Western technology and equipment:

The Korea Offshore & Shipbuilding Association announced on Dec. 19 that it has organized a team to test foreign shipbuilding workers’ skills:

Is it possible???:

Meanwhile in the UK:

Shipyards are changing hands;

That presumably includes all shipyards and other businesses owned by the two companies, both in Singapore and abroad. (??)

But what will the new shipyard giant be called?
The latest I know is that it will be an enhanced version of Sembcorp Marin as the listed entity, but with Keppel Corp as the largest owner:

More on this vessel:

It is done and dusted:

Tuas Mega Yard is situated at reclaimed land and was opened in 2013:

The mystery client has been revealed:

VARD and Ulstein bid together to beat foreign competition for the contract to refurbish and maintain frigates for RNoNavy:

Maybe they can cooperate on the contract to build the replacement for Helge Ingstad?

T-ATS is based on the early version of Wartsila VS 4612 anchor handling tug supply (AHTS) vessel. (Toisa Difient was built in 2006):

Upgraded VS 4612 built at the same yard in 2016:

Source: COSL receives delivery of two Wärtsilä designed AHTS

Do the US Navy have to pay a 50% penalty for using foreign yards?