Friday, December 7, 2012

Electric Gas Welding, Electro Gas Welding

CS-EGW-N Electric Gas Welding


Electric Gas Welding, Electro Gas Welding

Company: Chung Song Industrial Machinery Co., Ltd
Country: South Korea
Address: # 234-22, Daegam-ri, Daedong-myeon, Gimhae-si, Gyeongsangnam-Do, Korea (South) 621-892
Contact: Eunu Kim
Phone: +82-55-329-9500

Founded in 1991, Cheong Song Industrial Machinery Co., Ltd is a manufacturer of welding auto.
Currently, welding auto carriage is widely used in dockyards and construction sites in Korea and abroad, and our company has supplied our products to many domestic and foreign companies as they have been recognized of their efficiency, thus approved of their values.

Our company has developed multi-functional welding carriage and digitally controlled welding auto carriage capable of horizontal and vertical welding, and in their functions, we have enjoyed many praises from our customers with endless R&D such as convenient controls for users, reducing products' weight, etc. 



Electric Gas Welding, Electro Gas Welding


1. Butt welder by Electric Gas welding for vertical-up direction with thickness of 25-50mm by one pass where weaver needs.
2. Applicable to ship's blocks and a larger storage tanks.
3. Stick-out and travelling speeds in automation by means of detecting various currents providing from melt metal height in the bath.
4. The bead is performing while the machine goes up with copper shoe and cooling by fresh water circulation.
5. The control of the machine possible both of the control panel and wired control panel.
6. Magnet On-Off switch type rail offers in-line adjustment easily.
7. Minimized gear backlash offers various constant speed/adjustable controls precisely thus the highest quality welding and a long life by means of a Special Motor with a Reducer.
8. The smaller size and lighter weight offer easy to transportation.


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Thursday, December 6, 2012

[Ship Building] Nassco pens five Eco boxships

Nassco pens five Eco boxships

PRINCETON, N.J., Dec. 4, 2012 - TOTE, Inc. announced today it has committed to the construction of two new state-of-the-art containerships for the Puerto Rico trade, with options for three more vessels for additional domestic service. The agreement with General Dynamics NASSCO represents a major technological milestone in international shipping.

The vessels will be the most environmentally friendly containerships in the world with CO2 emissions-per-container that are 71% less than the vessels now in the Puerto Rican trade. Particulate Matter will be reduced by 99%. Sulfur oxides will be reduced by 98%. Nitrogen oxides will be reduced by 91%. The 3100 TEU vessels are expected to be the largest ships of any kind in the world powered primarily by liquefied natural gas (LNG). Both ships will be powered by dual-fuel LNG engines that greatly surpass the requirements of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's clean air regulations.

General Dynamics NASSCO in San Diego, California will build the vessels, with construction expected to sustain 600 American shipyard jobs in Southern California. The first two vessels will be delivered and enter service between Jacksonville, FL and San Juan, PR in 2015 and 2016.

These new TOTE, Inc. ships will be the most efficient in the trade. The ship design accommodates five times more 53-foot containers than current ships in Puerto Rico and will allow for the transport of everything from cars to corn syrup. The ships will include expanded volumes for refrigeration equipment, critical to ensure that pharmaceuticals, produce and other foodstuffs vital to the residents of Puerto Rico are delivered in the best possible condition. The maritime shipping trade to Puerto Rico is an essential part of sustained economic development for the Island and these vessels will provide the most modern, reliable service available. The total capital committed to the project is over $350 million.

Anthony Chiarello, President and CEO of TOTE, Inc. said, "This investment demonstrates our commitment to the people of Puerto Rico and our environment. These vessels mark a new age of shipping using the best technology in the world."


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[Ship Building] KDM renews newbuilding contract

In connection with the information published on 16 July 2012, the management of Ukraine's KDM Shipping Public Limited discloses that the Company has signed renewed shipbuilding contract with China Machinery Engineering Corporation and Jingjiang Nanyang Shipbuilding Co. Ltd.KDM renews newbuilding contract

Following changes have been introduced into the Shipbuilding Contract:

1. Increase of the number of newbuild ships from 4 to 6 dry bulk cargo vessels of 6,000 Deadweight tons (DWT) and a draft of 4.11 meters;

2. Price for each vessel shall be USD 8,482,000 (reduced from USD 13,477,500 under the original contract terms) payable in 4 installments with a 20% down payment.

Under the contract terms, ship construction shall begin in 2013 with delivery of first ship within 15 months and last ship within 27 month from start construction.



Published : December 5, 2012


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[Ship Building] Chinese S&Ms cut off

China's yard overcapacity has escalated into a serious problem.

China Shipbuilding Economy Research Center said the number of small domestic shipyards falling out of the market were to accelerate and Chinese shipbuilding industries should overcome recent crisis by reducing yard capacity and shutting down some of small-sized shipyards.
Chinese S&Ms cut off

Currently, China's top 20 shipyards booked 80% of overall orders contracted at 700 some domestic shipyards during the first ten months of 2012. Moreover, total newbuildings contracted were declined by around 33% against the same period of last year.

Amid global economic crisis, shipowners have become more cautious to invest in newbuildings and they are interested in cooperation with major shipyards with low risk and economic capacity, which threatens existence of small-and-medium sized shipyards.

Therefore, China may reenact Japanese shipyards in 1970-80s, when two thirds of local shipbuilders went out of business and only major seven shipyards survived with support from the government.



Published : December 5, 2012

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[Marine] Hyundai considers VLOC resale

Hyundai considers VLOC resale

Hyundai Heavy Industries is reportedly mulling selling four VLOC newbuildings en bloc in a resale deal at a price tag of over $60m per ship.

Taiwan’s Today Makes Tomorrow (TMT), the orderer of the vessels, is said to have defaulted on payments and failed to take delivery of them.

The 263,000-dwt M Duckling, N Duckling, O Duckling and P Duckling are said to have been circulating on the resale market.

Sale-and-purchase (S&P) brokers estimate the newbuilds might be worth mid-$50m each.



Published : December 5, 2012


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[Marine] Maersk Keeps No.1

Maersk Keeps No.1

A.P. Møller-Maersk’s plan to cut investments in its liner shipping business will have a minimal impact on Maersk’s market share in the next three years, according to Alphaliner’s analysis of the carrier’s planned capacity additions until 2015.

Maersk still intends to invest $6-8bn over the next five years in its container shipping business.

It is to take delivery of the 20 'Triple E' 18,000TEU class ultra-mega ships in 2013-2015.

Alphaliner said "The planned new capacity additions will provide Maersk with sufficient capacity to grow in line with the market and retain its position as the world’s leading liner shipping company."

Meanwhile, Alphaliner data shows Maersk has the largest orderbook currently, with newbuilding commitments of 449,000 TEU, split into 402,000 TEU of owned ships and 47,000 TEU of long term chartered tonnage.



Published : December 5, 2012


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[Marine] Dubai owner's BCs cancelled

Dubai owner's BCs cancelled

STX Offshore & Shipbuilding has recently cancelled two bulker orders after the orderer had failed to pay the second installment.

Brokers believe Emirates Trading Agency (ETA) of Dubai is the owner mentioned above.

STX made a regulatory filing on November 30 that a pair of bulker orders, contracted in August 2008 from Middle East shipowner, totalling KRW 122.9bn ($117.1m), had been cancelled.

The Korean shipbuilder explained the contract had been cancelled on November 29, due to shipowner's unpayment of second installment.

STX said that on the understanding that $11.71m of down payment would belong to STX, the contract had been cancelled.

STX added due to non-payment of second installment, any shipbuilding cost had not occurred yet.



Published : December 5, 2012


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[Equipment] DSEC supplies for Eco Boxships

DSEC, Daewoo Shipbuilding & Offshore Engineering's subsidiary providing total ship engineering and resourcing, has signed a contract to supply design and equipment package for five 3,100-teu containerships with NASSCO of US, DSEC announced today.

US-based shipping company Totem Ocean Trailer Express (TOTE) placed an order at NASSCO to build two boxships with three options for more, with first delivery to be completed by the fourth quarter of 2015.

The containership, 233m in length and 32.2m in breadth, will be based on design developed by DSEC.

Moreover, the Korean total solution company plans to delivery design and equipment package, which includes High Pressure LNG Fuel Supply System, Type-C LNG fuel tank, etc., starting from January 2013.

Also, the 3,100-teu newbuildings will be equipped with MAN Electronic Gas-Injection Engine, domestically made Dual Fuel Diesel Generator, etc.

The vessels will be the most environmentally friendly containerships in the world with CO2 emissions-per-container that are 71% less than the vessels now in the Puerto Rican trade.

Meanwhile, NASSCO had successfully delivered five MR tankers in 2006 with the support from DSEC.



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[Equipment] Subsea 7 wins $150m topside

Subsea 7 wins $150m topside

Luxembourg – December 4, 2012 - Subsea 7 S.A. (Oslo Børs: SUBC) announced the award of a EPCI topside contract valued at approximately $150 million from Chevron for the development of the Lianzi field offshore the Republic of Congo and Angola.

The scope of work includes a 200mT module hosting a high voltage generation system for the new subsea Direct Electrically Heated pipeline cable, a 80mT flow meter deck extension, and various upgrades on the platform. Project execution will maximize the use of local personnel and resources in the Republic of Congo and Angola. Onshore fabrication will be performed in both the Republic ofCongo and Angola by Subsea 7’s Angolan joint venture. The offshore works, including installation, hook-up and commissioning, are scheduled for the second half of 2014.

Olivier Carre, Senior Vice President for Subsea 7’s Africa and Gulf of Mexico Territory, said: “following the award to Subsea 7 earlier this year of the subsea installation works for the Lianzi development, we are proud of the award of the topsides modifications works, which demonstrates our proven capabilities in the offshore hook-up and revamping segment”.



Published : December 5, 2012


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