JDP Applies ABS Infection Mitigation Approach to Design of Vessel Accommodation and Ventilation System
GTT has received an order from the Korean shipyard Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI) for the tank design of a new 174,000 m3 LNGC on behalf of a ship-owner whose name remains confidential at this stage.
Samsung Heavy Industries is drawing attention as it succeeded in developing the world’s first ship with infectious disease prevention technology.
The first of an order of 12 Very Large Ethane Carriers (VLECs) now being built to ABS Class has been delivered to Zhejiang Satellite Petrochemical (STL) by Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI).
Samsung Heavy Industries is attracting attention by showing the most advanced technology in the field of remote autonomous navigation, the future technology of the shipbuilding industry.
It was announced on the 2nd that Samsung Heavy Industries signed a deal of agreement with Qatar Petroleum (QP) to guarantee the right to order large-scale LNG carriers.
On April 14, Samsung Heavy Industries disclosed in its regulatory filing that it had clinched a deal worth a total of USD 209.2 million with a Bermudan ship owner to bulid two LNG-fueled VLCCs, which will be delivered by April 2022.
Nothing is left to chance when Korean shipyards Samsung Heavy Industries and Hyundai Heavy Industries are building giant gas tankers worth billions of dollars.
Samsung Heavy Industries has taken the lead in the large-scale vessels market by bagging orders for ultra-large containerships, valued at more than KRW 1 trillion.