India aims to double shipbreaking capacity

IRClass, which has long been a strong supporter and an advocate for sustainable ship recycling, welcomes the Indian Government’s latest initiative on ship recycling. Executive chairman Arun Sharma said “India has the world’s largest ship recycling operations, and it is imperative we have a rigorous process in place to ensure these operations do not pose.

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India to attain self-reliance in building dredgers; CSL, DCI, IHC Holland ink pact: Mandaviya

India is set to attain self-reliance in manufacturing of dredgers with CSL and Dredging Corporation collaborating with IHC Holland BV to locally build world-class equipment, Union Minister Mansukh Mandaviya said on Wednesday. Currently, India depends on foreign dredgers for dredging work worth about ₹2,000 crore per annum, he said. Cochin Shipyard Ltd (CSL), Dredging Corporation of.

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Cochin Shipyard to build big dredgers

In a significant breakthrough, state-run Cochin Shipyard Ltd will build a high capacity dredger for Dredging Corporation of India Ltd worth as much as ₹800 crore with technology and design support from IHC Holland B V, the world’s largest dredger builder. This will be the first dredger to be built by Cochin Shipyard at its.

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Shipping Ministry is framing rules for recycling vessels

Shipping Ministry is making rules for the ship recycling industry – which is at present at 4.5 million tonne per annum (mtpa) capacity and is expected to double by 2024. “The Ship Recycling Act was promulgated in 2019, we are in the process of making rules for it,” Shipping Ministry Secretary Sanjeev Ranjan, said in.

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Bangladeshi ship repaired in Paradip

A Bangladeshi ship ‘Tug Svitzer Khulna’ re-sailed at Sadhav offshore engineering firm’s dry dock in Paradip after profitable restore of its high-tech thrusters-based propulsion system on Thursday. The tug belonging to Svitzer Offshore, a Maersk Shipping subsidiary, had sailed to Paradip from Chittagong port, Bangladesh, solely for finishing up these propulsion system repairs. This is first in a collection of Svitzer ships anticipated to return from.

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Ship Recycling capacity to double by 2024, generate 1.5 lakh jobs

Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman on Monday said ship recycling capacity will be doubled by 2024 and efforts are being made to bring more ships from Europe and Japan. While presenting the Union Budget 2021-22 in Parliament, the Finance Minister said this, in turn, will generate 1.5 lakh jobs. “Efforts will be made to bring more.

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GRSE bags $12.7m deal to build ferry for Guyana

It has been over a 100 years since indentured labourers set sail from Kolkata for countries like Guyana and Suriname. Now, Kolkata-based shipyard Garden Reach Shipbuilders & Engineers (GRSE) has bagged the contract to build a sea-going ferry for Guyana that may also sail to Suriname with passengers and vehicles. The Guyana-Suriname ferry is quite.

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GRSE signs USD 12.7-million contract with government of Guyana

The Garden Reach Shipbuilders and Engineers (GRSE) Ltd has signed a USD 12.7-million contract to build an ocean-going vessel for the government of Guyana in the Caribbean region in South America, an official said on Thursday. The 1,700-tonne vessel is to be used on the coastal and riverine areas of Guyana and will be equipped.

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