Global Orders For New Ships Dropped Last Week

- Mar 05, 2018-

Global orders for new ships dropped last week

Last week (February 19 to February 23), the global newbuilding market orders dropped sharply.


According to the latest Golden Destiny weekly, last week, the owners built a total of 17 new vessels, including six bulk carriers, two oil tankers, six container ships and three cruise ships with a total capacity of 952,000 dwt, of which 8 The specific cost of a new boat was not announced. The total investment cost of the remaining nine new vessels was about 1.0855 billion U.S. dollars. The orders for new ships dropped 47% from the previous week. glenflange


Clarksons Hellas statistics show that in the field of liquefied gas carriers, Kumiai Senpaku ordered two 5,000 CBM LPG ships under the Sasaki shipbuilding and is expected to be delivered in the fourth quarter of 2019.