Global firms to partner with Cochin Shipyard for its maritime park

Ten global firms in the shipping industry have partnered with Cochin Shipyard Ltd (CSL) to set up units at the maritime park near the international ship repair facility that it is constructing at Willingdon Island in Cochin Port Trust. Some of the companies include Konsberg Maritime CM India Ltd, Wartsila India Pvt Ltd, MAN Energy.

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INS Viraat arrives near Alang, to be beached on September 28

INS Viraat, the longest-serving warship of the world, on Tuesday arrived near the Alang shipbreaking yard in Gujarat, where it will be broken down in the coming days. “We will beach the vessel on September 28 at a formal ceremony where Union Shipping Minister Mansukh Mandaviya is expected to be present,” said Mukesh Patel, chairman of.

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CSL eyes opportunities in inland water, coastal fishing segments: CMD

Cochin Shipyard Ltd (CSL), which has embarked on a 10-year strategy to position itself as a leading global shipyard, is eying opportunities in inland, coastal, fishing and special vessels segments besides aspiring to spin off a dedicated vertical for fishing vessels, according to its CMD Madhu S Nair. The state-owned company is constructing a yard at.

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HHI build’s world’s first very large LNG-fueled boxship

The vessel built by HHI’s unit Hyundai Samho Heavy Industries (HSHI), recently completed sea trials of the vessel for Singapore-based Eastern Pacific Shipping (EPS). The milestone makes HHI the world’s first shipyard to construct an LNG-fueled very large container ship (VLCS), the company boasted in its statement on Monday. The vessel, measuring 366 meters in.

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Gujarat government to restart ship-breaking yard at Sachana

The Gujarat Government has decided to restart the state’s second ship-breaking yard at Sachana in Jamnagar district after having resolved issues pertaining to its environmental clearances, an official said on Saturday. As per a release issued by the state government, the ship-breaking yard in Sachana will be modelled on the one in Alang, which is.

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India, Russia plan to build maritime partnership including ship-building industry

India and Russia riding on goodwill of their partnership in building naval ships are exploring joint efforts in creating civilian shipbuilding industry here including repair facilities besides expediting maritime links through International North South Transport Corridor (INSTC) and Vladivostok-Chennai shipping links. The two sides eyeing to firm up their maritime partnership discussed avenues of bilateral.

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Cochin Shipyard now makes for the world

Last month, India’s largest commercial shipyard, Cochin Shipyard Limited (CSL), bagged an order to build two automated electric ferries from the world’s shipping giant, Norway. The order from Asko Maritime AS, a subsidiary group of Norges Gruppen ASA, one of the big players in the Norwegian retail segment, calls for CSL to build two 67-metre.

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