Shipyard News

NOVEMBER 16, 2015—Like many shipbuilders along the U.S. Gulf of Mexico, Conrad Industries, Inc., Morgan City, LA, is feeling the pinch of the downturn in the oil patch and the drop in the price of…
NOVEMBER 16, 2016 — Gibraltar ship repair yard Gibdock has secured a breakthrough exhaust gas scrubber (EGS) retrofit project.
NOVEMBER 15, 2015 — Huntington Ingalls Industries' (NYSE:HII) Ingalls Shipbuilding division christened the company's sixth U.S. Coast Guard National Security Cutter (NSC), Munro (WMSL 755), November 14 in front of nearly 600 guests. Julie Sheehan,…
NOVEMBER 13, 2015 — A cost management software system for shipbuilding that is widely used in German shipyards will be among the focuses at the upcoming Joint Panel Meeting of the National Shipbuilding Research Program…
NOVEMBER 13, 2015 — BAE Systems Norfolk Ship Repair, Norfolk, VA, is being awarded a $25,236,623 firm-fixed-price U.S. Navy contract for USS Forrest Sherman (DDG 98) fiscal 2016 drydocking selected restricted availability.
NOVEMBER 11, 2015—Earlier this month, Eastern Shipbuilding Group, Panama City, FL, was expected to launch the 103.7m x 22.3m Multi-Purpose Support Vessel Harvey Sub-Sea, the first vessel successfully detailed designed in the shipyard using the…
NOVEMBER 11, 2015 — Brazil's ETP Engenharia Ltda shipyard has successfully delivered two 48 m aluminum hulled monohull fast supply vessels designed by the Lafayette, LA, office of Incat Crowther.
NOVEMBER 10, 2015 — A fire on a vessel under construction at the Okpo, Geoje Island, shipyard of South Korea's Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering has left one person dead and seven others injured.
NOVEMBER 10, 2015 — Joe Mayhall has joined the Bollinger Shipyards corporate sales and marketing team.
NOVEMBER 9, 2015— Shipbroker Seabrokers says that "market sources have indicated that Edison Chouest Offshore has canceled two newbuild 27,000 bhp AHTS icebreakers that were to be built at its LAShip yard in Houma, Louisiana."
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