The Government of Canada has awarded a performance-based National Shipbuilding Strategy contract to Seaspan’s Vancouver Shipyards for the full construction of two joint support ships (JSS). Valued at CAD 2.4 billion (about
Canada’s Seaspan Shipyards (Vancouver Shipyards Co. Ltd.) has entered a teaming arrangement with Heddle Shipyards (Heddle Marine Service Inc.) to compete for the contract to build the Canadian Coast Guard’s future polar
Seaspan Shipyards officially handed over Canada’s first Offshore Fisheries Science Vessel (OFSV), the CCGS Sir John Franklin to the Canadian Coast Guard in a June 27 ceremony held aboard the vessel. Built
Canada is to invest up to C$15.7 billion (about US$11.7 billion) to add up to 18 new large ships to the Canadian Coast Guard fleet. The ships will be built at the
JULY 23, 2018 — Mark Lamarre, who stepped down Chief Executive Officer of Australian Shipbuilding Company (ASC) last December, has been named Chief Executive Officer of Canada’s Seaspan Shipyards, effective immediately. Mr.
JULY 23, 2018 — Mark Lamarre, who stepped down as Chief Executive Officer of Australian Shipbuilding Company (ASC) last December, has been named Chief Executive Officer of Canada’s Seaspan Shipyards, effective immediately.
JUNE 16, 2018 — Joined by representatives from industry and government, including Canada’s Minister of Defense Harjit Sajjan, Seaspan Shipyards and its shipbuilding partners yesterday celebrated the start of construction at Vancouver
MARCH 1, 2017 — The Government of Canada says it has “taken the final step before building” the Joint Support Ships called for under the National Shipbuilding Strategy’s (NSS) non-combat vessels package,
JUNE 24, 2016 — The Dennis & Phyllis Washington Foundation, in conjunction with Seaspan, has announced a multi-year, multi-million dollar investment in the future of British Columbia’s marine industrial sector. Totaling $2.9
MARCH 14, 2015 — Canada’s Minister of Public Services and Procurement, Judy M. Foote, announced today the signing of two new contracts valued at more than $65.4 million with Seaspan’s Vancouver Shipyards