Friday, November 9, 2012

Wire Clip, Buy Wire Clip, Wire Clip Manufacturers

Wire Clip, Buy Wire Clip, Wire Clip Manufacturers

Wire Clip, Buy Wire Clip, Wire Clip Manufacturers

Wire Clip, Buy Wire Clip, Wire Clip Manufacturers

Wire Clip, Buy Wire Clip, Wire Clip Manufacturers





Product Description
[Uses]
-A wire clip that is used to fix tall blocks, such as outside plating and various ship frames, with a wire rope.

 [Features]
-For NWR, if you swage only one end of a rope into the form of an eye type , you can freely adjust the length of the rope.
-The inside bottom of NWR's body is curved in S shape and a specially processed stopper shackle pushes wire ropes at the S-shaped region to prevent the wire clip from slipping.

 [How to use]
-Pass a wire rope through the clip, set the proper length of the rope,and then fix the rope by a ratchet puller.

[Warnings]
-Observe the rated capacity specified on the clip.
-Only use ropes with the diameter()specified on the clip.
-Do not lift a work piece with a wire clip.
-Always choose the rated capacity and area of the wire clip in consideration of the weight (the pressure by the wind) and the area of a work piece.

[Note]
-Be sure to check the wear and distortion (widening), and operation condition of the clip body, shackle and pins.
Attach Files: NWR.pdf
Packing Detail

* Export Carton
- Size: W: 24.5cm x L: 16cm x H: 7cm
- Net Weight: 2.5kg
- 1 unit in One Carton

* Item
- Size: W: 24.5cm x L: 16cm x H: 7cm
- Net Weight: 2.5kg

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[Marine] HMD earnings concerned

HMD earnings concerned

Hyundai Mipo Dockyard may see continued lower profits.

Anlayst Yoo Jae-Hoon of Woori Investment & Securities said "Although there will be steady newbuilding investment, mainly in product carrier segment, in 2013, with tougher competition expected in PC and LPG carrier sectors, Hyundai Mipo is possibly to continue lower profits."

He added "Only when newbuilding bulker market improves, Hyundai Mipo will be able to increase profits from PC orders."

Yoo said "As of November 6, the Korean shipyard has booked overall $1.88bn of new orders this year, accounted for 59% of its 2012 new order target."

He prospected "Hyundai Mipo will find it difficult to reach the target despite continued newbuilding enquiries, as newbuilding projects are delayed amongst economic uncertainties."

He said "Vietnam-based subsidiary Hyundai-Vinashin Shipyard has encountered with new order as well," and forecasted "Regardless of diversified product mix, it will take some time for Hyundai Mipo to make steady profits and the shipbuilder will keep seeing the red until 2013."



Published : November 8, 2012


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[Marine] Daewoo issues bonds again

Daewoo issues bonds again

Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering has kicked off a KRW 500bn ($461m) bond run, by issuing the paper in two separate batches with three-year and five-year maturity.

Sources said that the Korean shipbuilder has recently started supervisor selection.

Daewoo is said to use raised funds for repayment of short-term debt and working capital.

If Daewoo succeed to issue bonds this time, then Daewoo would secure a total of KRW 1trn from bond market this year.

As orders for offshore plant, mostly contracted in heavy-tail payment, increases, Daewoo seems to secure funds in advance.



Published : November 8, 2012


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[Ship Building] New orders edge up

New orders edge up

Newbuilding orders for commercial ship market appears to pace up with newbuilding enquiries for bulker, containership, etc., being on the march.

Guangzhou Shipyard International has recently inked an order to build three firm VLCC tankers with options for two vessels from compatriot owner Dalian Ocean Shipping Company. Brokers believe these vessels will be delivered from 2015 onwards with prices estimated in the mid $80m.

Also, Bohai Shipbuilding Heavy Industry has booked two plus two VLCCs from China Venezuela Shipping.

As for bulker segment, Universal Shipbuilding of Japan is reported to have awarded an order for one ice-class handysize bulker from Canadian owner Fednav, with delivery slated for the end of 2013. Namura Shipbuildings and Onomichi Dockyard won a total of four bulkers in various sizes - handymax, panamax and capesize - from Taiwan's Shih Wei Navigation.

Meanwhile, active demolition continues until recently. According to Lion Shipbrokers, Bangladesh and Pakistan markets are paying firm levels of $380-410/ldt for bulkers, $390-$430/ldt for tankers and $385-$420/ldt for boxships.

India pays $410-$420/ldt, $425-$435/ldt and $420-430/ldt for bulkers, tankers and containerships, respectively, while China makes a payment of $330-$340/ldt, $345-$355/ldt and $340-350/ldt.

Turkish market, particularly, buys at the lowest prices - $285-$295/ldt, $300-$310/ldt and $295-$300/ldt each.



Published : November 8, 2012


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[Ship Building] Chinese ship export falling

Chinese ship export falling

China's ship trading turns out to keep declining by the first nine months of this year.

According to the General Administration of Customs of China, during the first three quarters of 2012, China's total value of ship trading decreased by 5.3% year-on-year to $31.82bn.

Total amount of ship export dropped by 5.6% y-o-y to $30.27bn, while that of ship import increased by 5.1% to $1.55bn.

Local sources forecast that China's downward trend of ship trading would continue by the end of this year.

In September alone, total amount of ship export rose to $3.08bn, up by $170m against previous month but down by 19.6% on the same month of 2011.

During the same month, the amount of ship import remained at $170m, increased by $58m month-on-month and declined by 0.5% year-on-year.



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[Ship Building] "Versatile" Yangzijiang

"Versatile" Yangzijiang

Yangzijiang Shipbuilding, one of China's largest privately-run shipbuilders, is expanding its business portfolio into sectors that seem more promising.

The shipbuilder said bulker and containership newbuilding business will continue to be its core focus but plans more involvement in the offshore, demolition and steel fabrication segments.

It also expects revenue contributions from financial investments, property developments and logistics.

The company intends to “evolve into an integrated marine service provider”.

Meanwhile, the yard's orderbook stood at $3.6bn at the end of September, totalling 75 ships; 40 containerships and 35 bulkers.



Published : November 8, 2012

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[Marine] Largest-ever boxship delivered

Largest-ever boxship delivered

Korea's Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering has recently delivered the CMA CGM MARCO POLO.

The event marks another milestone for the container shipping industry as the new 16,020TEU boxship breaks the record held by the Maersk ‘E’-class ships for the highest nominal capacity on a containership, Alphaliner says.

Two more vessels of the same class will join the CMA CGM fleet in April next year. They will hold the record until June 2013, when the first of the Maersk 'Triple E'-class ships with an even higher nominal capacity of 18,270TEU are delivered.

By 2015, 16 carriers will operate containerships above 12,000TEU, compared to nine carriers currently.

"This will set the stage for an intensification of the competition among the main carriers," forecast Alphaliner.



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[Marine] Zhejiang Ouhua delivery postponed

Zhejiang Ouhua delivery postponed

A total of four newbuildings under construction at Zhejiang Ouhua Shipbuilding of China have been delayed deliveries.

Paragon Shipping has postponed delivery of two handysize bulkers and a pair of containerships.

The two bulkers' delivery has been pushed back to the first and fourth quarters of 2013 each, while the boxships are expected to hit the water in the second quarter of 2014.

Under the revised agreement Paragon says it also managed to amend the apportionment of advances that have already been paid to the yard.



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[Equipment] KBR wins FLNG design

KBR wins FLNG design

Houston, Texas — November 7, 2012 — KBR announced that it has been selected by GDF SUEZ Bonaparte Pty. Ltd. (GDF SUEZ), operator of the Bonaparte LNG project, to execute floating liquefied natural gas (FLNG) production vessel design work for its project offshore Darwin, Australia.

This award is one of two contracts being let by GDF SUEZ as part of an initial concept definition design competition for the vessel.

The award also pre-qualifies KBR as a contender for the EPC delivery phase of the project. The concept definition work is already underway in KBR’s London operations centre in Leatherhead, and is expected to last up to 12 months.

KBR has developed an extensive global FLNG engineering capability in recent years, and draws on its experienced resource pool with capabilities in FPSO and onshore LNG EPC delivery.

“KBR is delighted to be working with GDF SUEZ on this project. We look forward to working together in a new relationship which we hope will prove valuable for both companies as this project moves towards the EPC phase,” said Roy Oelking, Group President, Hydrocarbons. “This work follows KBR’s recent FLNG front-end projects in London, Houston and Perth. FLNG represents a new market for the industry and KBR’s engineering capability is already being utilized in several FLNG projects around the world.”



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