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The global outlook series on Shipbuilding and Repair Industry provides a collection of statistical anecdotes, market briefs, and concise summaries of research findings. The report offers a bird's eye view of the industry, highlights latest market trends, and demand drivers, in addition to providing statistical insights into the current global shipbuilding and repair industry. Discussion on the industry's most noteworthy regional markets, South Korea, Japan, and China, are amply detailed with unbiased research commentary and punctuated with 18 information rich market data tables designed to provide the reader a rudimentary understanding of the prevailing market climate. Other markets briefly synopsized to offer the reader a prelude to regional dynamics, include Vietnam, India, Singapore, Malaysia, Australia, US, Canada, and major European countries such as Germany, Poland, Norway, Spain, Italy, Turkey, Romania, UK, and Ukraine. Also included is an indexed, easy-to-refer, fact-finder directory listing the addresses, and contact details of 326 companies active in the market.

SHIPBUILDING AND REPAIR INDUSTRY GOS-192 A GLOBAL OUTLOOK, OCTOBER 2009 CONTENTS 1. Global Shipbuilding and Repair Industry 1 Introduction 1 Global Shipbuilding Industry - Sailing in Rough Seas 1 Recession Slows Down Global Shipping Market 2 2. Market Dynamics & Trends 2 Recession Hits Global Shipbuilding Industry 2 Excess Capacity Mars Shipping Industry 2 Order Cancellations Rife at Shipyards Worldwide 3 Table 1: Global Shipbuilding Order Book Status in 2007 (*) and 2008 Estimates (*) by Ship Type - For Containers, Dry Bulk Carriers, Crude Oil Tankers, Chemical Carriers, Oil Products Tankers, Other Cargo Carriers, and Others (In Number of Ships and Volume in million Deadweight Tons) 3 Ship Scrapping Likely to Increase 4 Table 2: Global Ship Scrapping by Ship Type (2006, 2007, and 2008 Estimates) - For Tankers, Bulk Carriers, LPG LPG: see liquefied petroleum gas.

1. LPG - Linguaggio Procedure Grafiche (Italian for "Graphical Procedures Language"). dott. Gabriele Selmi. Roughly a cross between Fortran and APL, with graphical-oriented extensions and several peculiarities.
 Carriers, and Others (In million Dead Weight Tons) 4 Order Cancellations - Instrumental for "Correction" in the Market 5 Steel Plate Prices - Key to Profitability in Shipbuilding 5 Table 3: World Monthly Steel Plate Prices By Year (2008 and 2009) 6 Arabian Gulf - Most Resilient to the Financial Crisis 6 3. Key End Use Markets 7 Container Shipping Market 7 Container Shipping Companies - The Worst Hit of the Lot 7 Table 4: Global Shipbuilding Completion by Ship Type (2006, 2007, and 2008 Estimates) - For Cargo Carriers (Containers, Dry Bulk Carriers, Crude Oil Tankers, Chemical Carriers, Oil Products Tankers, Other Cargo Carriers), and Non-Cargo Carriers (In Million Gross Tons) 8 Table 5: Global Delivery of New Ships by Ship Type (2006, 2007, 2008 Estimates) -Tankers, Bulk Carriers, LNG Carriers, LPG Carriers, TEUs, and Others (In Million Dead Weight Tons) 9 Table 6: Global New Shipbuilding Pricing Trends (in US$ Million) by Ship types - For Tankers (VLCC VLCC
abbr.
very large crude (oil) carrier
, Suezmax, Aframax, and Panamax); Bulk Carriers (Capesize, Panamax, Handymax, and handysize); and Others (LNG Carriers and LPG Carriers), in the year 2000, 2006, and 2007 9 High Optimism - A Key Factor Leading to Market Downfall 10 Supply-Demand Imbalance - A Leading Cause for Present Glut 10 Tanker Market 10 Tanker Market Plunged in Crisis, Albeit to a Lesser Extent 10 Dry Bulk Shipping Market 11 Bulk Rate Reprisal - A Passing Cloud 11 The China Impact 11 Threat from Over Supply Continues to Loom Large 11 Companies Jarred With Market Slump 11 Slump to Hit Chinese Public-listed Bulk Companies 12 4. Industry Overview 12 Global Shipbuilding Industry - A Spotlight 12 What Drives Demand for New Ships? 13 Historical Development of Global Shipbuilding Industry 13 2000 to 2007, The Period of Upswing in the Global Shipbuilding Industry 13 Table 7: Global Shipbuilding Order Book Status in 2007(*) and 2008 Estimates (*) by Region - For South Korea, China, Japan, Philippines, Vietnam, India, Germany, Turkey, and Rest of World (In Number of Ships and Capacity in million Deadweight Tons) 14 Increasing World Trade -Key Driver of Growth 14 New Regulations Spurred Fleet Replacement 14 Container Vessels, and Product and Bulk Carriers Led the Demand Growth 15 Asia Leads the Shipbuilding Industry 15 Table 8: Global Shipbuilding Completion by Region (2006, 2007, and 2008 Estimates) - For South Korea, Japan, China, Germany, Denmark, and Others (In million Gross Tons) 15 Table 9: Global Shipbuilding Completion by Region (2006, 2007, and 2008 Estimates) - For South Korea, Japan, China, Malaysia, Turkey and Others (In Number of Ships) 16 China Moves Ahead of Japan; Korea Retains Dominance 16 Global Shipbuilding Industry - Year 2007 in Review 16 5. Global Military Shipbuilding Sector: An Overview 17 Table 10: Global Military Shipbuilding Sector in 2008 (Estimates): Market Share by Revenues Spent by Regions - Percentage Breakup of Dollar Spent by North America, Europe, Asia, South America, and Rest of World 17 Table 11: Global Military Shipbuilding Market in 2008 (Estimates): Percentage Breakup of Dollar Sales for Norththrop Grumman Corp., General Dynamics Corp., Direction des Construction Navates, BAE Systems, Thales Group, and Others 18 United States 18 China 18 Russia 18 Asia 18 Japan 19 Other Major Markets 19 6. Product Overview 19 Bulk Cargo Carriers 19 Dry Bulk Carriers 19 Types of Bulk Carriers by Size 19 Tankers 19 Types of Tanker Ships by Size 19 Container Vessels 19 Types of Container Vessels by Size (in Twenty-foot Equivalent Unit (TEU TEU Twenty-Foot Equivalent Units (intermodal shipping container)
TEU Technical Escort Unit
TEU Technical Escort Unit (Army)
TEU Tactical Enforcement Unit
TEU Treaty of European Union
) 19 Other Cargo Ships 20 Niche Category 20 Small Ships 20 Table 12: Global Commercial Merchant Fleet by Ship type as in Jan 2008 - For Dry Cargo Ships (Cargo Freighters, Bulk Cargos, Container Ships, Ferries, Ro-RO Vessels, Reefers, and Other Dry Cargo Vessels); Tankers (Product, Chemical, Crude Oil, Gas and Others); and Passenger Vessels (Cruise Ships, Combination Ships, and Others) - In Number of Ships and Fleet Size in Million Gross Tons 21 7. Measurement Units 22 Gross Tonnage 22 Dead Weight Tonnage (DWT DWT
abbr.
1. deadweight tonnage

2. deadweight tons
) 22 Compensated Gross Tonnage 22 TEU (Twenty-foot Equivalent Unit) 22 8. Mergers and Acquisitions 22 China International Marine Containers Purchases Stake in Yantai Raffles 22 POSCO POSCO Pohang Iron & Steel Co, Ltd  to Acquire Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering 22 Marathon Merges with Global Ship Lease 23 FLC FLC Federal Laboratory Consortium
FLC Fort Lewis College (Durango, Colorado, USA)
FLC Family Life Center
FLC Foreign Language Center
FLC Fuzzy Logic Controller
FLC Ferroelectric Liquid Crystal
 West Acquires Stake in Three Shipyards of Aker Yards 23 The Carlyle Group Acquires Stake in TVK TVK Tiszai Vegyi Kombinat (Hungary)  Shipyard 23 Kellet & Singleton Investments Acquires Stake in Scan-Trans Middle East & South Asia Holding 23 Wartsila Takes Over Vik-Sandvik 23 Samsung Heavy Industries Buys Stake in Estaleiro Atlantico Sul 23 French Government Acquires Stake in Chantiers de l'Atlantique Chantiers de l'Atlantique is one of the world's largest shipyards, based in Saint-Nazaire, France. It was created in 1861 by Compagnie Générale Transatlantique, but since 1984 has been owned by Alstom then Aker Yards since 2006.  de Saint-Nazaire Shipyards 24 Crowley Maritime Acquires Jensen Maritime Consultants 24 IHI IHI Institute for Healthcare Improvement (Boston, MA, USA)
IHI Ishikawajima-Harima Heavy Industries (Japan, ship building, aerospace & others)
IHI Institute of History
IHI I'd Hit It
 Corp and JFE Holdings to Merge Shipbuilding Units 24 Todd Shipyards Acquires Everette Shipyard 24 JFE Holdings to Acquire Additional Stake in Universal Shipbuilding 24 Private Equity Companies Acquire Stake in Pipavav Shipyard 24 Northrop Grumman to Merge Shipbuilding Divisions 24 Shanghai Waigaoqiao Shipbuilding to Acquire Stake in Jiangnan Changxing Shipbuilding Base 24 Martifer Energy Systems Purchases Navalria 25 Damen Acquires Stake in Albwardy Marine Engineering 25 OJSC OJSC Open Joint Stock Company  Kherson Shipyard to Purchase Stake in Black Sea Shipyard 25 Wonson International Holdings to Acquire Jianxi Jianzhou Shipyard 25 SembCorp Marine to Purchase Stake in Pipavav Shipyard 25 STX STX - Start Of Text  Shipbuilding Acquires Stake in Aker Yards 25 ISD See IDD.  Polska to Purchase Stake in Gdansk Shipyard 26 American Commercial Lines Purchases Elliott Bay Design Group 26 Titan Petrochemicals to Purchase Titan Oil's Shipyard 26 Swiber Purchases North Shipyard 26 BLRT BLRT Balti Laevaremonditehas (Estonia)
BLRT Business Librarians Round Table
 Group Buys Turku Repair Yard 26 ABG ABG
abbr.
arterial blood gas


ABG 1. Arterial blood gas 2. Axiobuccogingival–dentistry
 Shipyard to Purchase Vipul Shipyard 26 Pipavav Shipyard to Purchase a Major Stake in Trinity Capital 26 BAE Systems and VT Group to Merge Shipyards 27 Modec Purchases Floating System Business of FMC Technologies 27 SGS SGS Société Générale de Surveillance
SGS Symantec Gateway Security (appliance)
SGS School of Graduate Studies
SGS Subgrid Scale
SGS Singapore Government Securities
SGS Shell Global Solutions
 Buys SRS SRS, SRS-A

see slow-reacting substance.
 Tech 27 TECO (Text Editor and COrrector) A text editor written in 1963 by Dan Murphy at MIT for editing paper tape on a Digital PDP-1 computer (it was originally called "Tape Editor and Corrector").  Coating Services Purchases Stake in Davie Shipyard 27 Foss Maritime Acquires Harbor Marine Group 27 Integra to Acquire JSC JSC Johnson Space Center (NASA)
JSC Joint Stock Company
JSC Java Studio Creator
JSC Joint Steering Committee
JSC Joint Standing Committee
JSC Journal of Symbolic Computation
JSC Joint Scientific Committee
 27 J.F Lehman & Company Takes Over Atlantic Marine Holding Company 27 Aker Yards Acquires Kleven Design and Kleven Floro 27 Mitsui Meehanite Metal to Merge with Sanzo Metal 28 Litana ir Ko Purchases a Ship Repair Yard in Kaliningrad 28 9. Shipbuilding and Repair - Regional Markets 28 SOUTH KOREA - WORLD'S LARGEST SHIPBUILDING MARKET 28 Historic Development of the South Korean Shipbuilding Industry 28 Table 13: South Korean Shipbuilding Industry Status - By Completion, and Order Book Status in 2006 and 2007 - In Terms of Number of Ships, Volume in Gross Tons, and Value in US$ Billon bil·lon  
n.
1. An alloy of gold or silver with a greater proportion of another metal, such as copper, used in making coins.

2. An alloy of silver with a high percentage of copper, used in making medals and tokens.
 29 Sustainability of Small Players Uncertain 29 Inclination Towards High Technology Vessels to Check Rise in Cancellations 29 Competition 30 Table 14: Leading Players in the Korean Shipbuilding Industry Ranked by Capacity 30 Volatile Steel Prices Curb Profitability 30 The Korean Big Three Overwhelmed with High LNG Carrier Demand 30 CHINA 31 Chinese Shipbuilding Industry - Reeling Under Global Financial Crisis 31 Table 15: Shipbuilding Industry Fact file (China Vs Global) - 2008 31 Stimulus Package to Aid Long-term Sustenance of the Industry 32 High Time to Restructure Shipbuilding Capabilities 32 Consolidation - Looming Large Over Smaller Industry Players 32 High Reliance on Traditional Ship Types Impeding Growth 33 Evolution of Chinese Shipbuilding Industry 33 Major Competitive Advantages 33 Threats 34 Tanker Shipbuilding Sector in China 34 Action Plan for the Chinese Shipbuilding Industry 34 The Chinese Ship Repairing Industry 34 Outlook 34 Chinese Ship Repairing Industry Fact file - 2008 35 Opportunities 35 Threats 35 JAPAN 36 Japanese Order Book Relatively Strong Amid Global Meltdown 36 Table 16: Japanese Export Shipbuilding Order Book by Financial Year 36 Table 17: Japanese Export Shipbuilding Orders Delivered by Number of units and Gross Tonnages (GT) for Years 2006 to 2008 & Till April of 2009 - Broken Down for Bulk Carriers, Oil Tankers, and Cargo Carriers 37 Sinking New Shipbuilding Orders: A Cause of Concern for the Sector 37 Japanese Players are busy upgrading their yards 37 INDIA 38 Structure of the Indian Shipbuilding Industry 38 Strong Government Backing Augurs High Growth 38 Lower Labor Cost - A Strategic Advantage for India 38 Exports Capture Major Share 39 Older Fleet to Drive Growth in Domestic Market 39 Earlier Time Slots - Providing Competitive Edge 39 Foray into Production of Large Vessels - Essential for Enhancing Competitiveness 39 Expertise in OSV - Reaping High Returns 39 Productivity At Par With China 40 Table 18: Comparison Between Indian and Chinese Shipbuilding Sector Through Different Parameters 40 VIETNAM 40 Shipbuilding Industry Amid Ongoing Financial Crisis 40 Inherent Drawbacks Hinder Growth Potential 41 SINGAPORE 41 MALAYSIA 41 AUSTRALIA 42 Superior Technology and Novelty in Design Driving the Industry 42 Focus on Niche Segments Offers Huge Export Potential 42 EUROPE 42 European Shipbuilding Industry 42 High-Turnover Naval Shipbuilding Industry 43 The European Ship maintenance, Repair and Conversion (SMRC SMRC Student Movement for Real Change
SMRC Scottish Motor Racing Club (UK)
SMRC Swedish Medical Research Council
SMRC Software Management Review Council
SMRC Source, Maintenance, and Recoverability Code
) Sector 43 GERMANY 43 Order Drought and Cancellations, to Keep Most German Yards Out of Action 44 POLAND 44 Privatization Spree of the State owned Yards 45 Flourishing Private Players 45 NORWAY 45 SPAIN 45 ITALY 46 TURKEY 46 Turkish Shipbuilding Fact File - 2007 46 Market Scenario 46 Exports 47 ROMANIA 47 UNITED KINGDOM 47 UKRAINE 47 UNITED STATES 48 The US Shipbuilding and Repair Industry 48 CANADA 48 10. Recent Industry Activity 49 Keppel Shipyard Bags Contract from Repeat Customers in the US 49 General Dynamics Electric Boat This article is about a U.S. corporation that is usually referred to simply as "Electric Boat", which redirects here. There is a separate article about electric boats.

General Dynamics/Electric Boat (usually abbreviated as Electric Boat
 Bags Modification Contract from the U.S. Navy 49 Everett Shipyard Bags Contract from the U.S. Navy 49 Aker Philadelphia Shipyard Aker Philadelphia Shipyard formerly Kværner Philadelphia Shipyard is a shipyard located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States on the site of the defunct Philadelphia Naval Shipyard, which closed in 1995.  Delivers New Vessel to American Shipping Company 50 Mitsui Engineering & Shipbuilding Delivers Crude Oil Tanker to Fratelli d'Amico Armatori 50 SHI Bags the First LNG-FPSO Order From FLEX LNG 50 Gidropribor Research Institute Introduces Shagala 50 Mitsui Engineering & Shipbuilding Signs Supply Agreement with Port of Tanjung Pelepas The Port of Tanjung Pelepas (abbreviation: PTP, ) is a port for container ships located on the eastern mouth of the Pulai River in south-western Johor, Malaysia. Receiving its maiden vessel on 10 October 1999 on a three-month trial operation, it set a world record as the  50 Kherson Shipyard Delivers the First TIOLI TIOLI Take It or Leave It  Type River Tanker to Veka Shipbuilding 50 Navios Maritime Inks Agreement to Acquire Two Capsize New Building Vessels 50 BAE Systems San Diego Ship Repair Bags a New Contract 50 Climax Portable Machine Tools Unveils New Climax FF6100 Flange Facer fac·er  
n.
1. One that faces, especially a device used in smoothing or dressing a surface.

2. An unexpected, stunning blow or defeat.
 50 Uljanik Announces Plans to Construct Two Livestock Carriers 51 Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering Rolls Out Two New Vessels 51 Atlantska Plovidba Receives Contract from a Greek Ship Owner 51 Odense Steel Shipyard Odense Steel Shipyard (Danish: Odense Staalskibsværft) located in Odense, Denmark was constructed in 1918-1919 by the A.P. Møller.  to Divest Loksa Shipyard 51 Bender Shipbuilding & Repair Bags Contract 51 Tailwind Financial Plans to Acquire Dry Bulk Vessels 51 Rolls-Royce Inks Agreement with Abu Dhabi Ship Building 51 Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering Bags Major Order 52 Todd Pacific Shipyards Todd Pacific Shipyards Corporation was founded in 1916 as the William H. Todd Corporation through the merger of Robins Dry Dock & Repair Company of Erie Basin, Brooklyn, New York, the Tietjen & Long Dry Dock Company of Hoboken, New Jersey, and the Seattle Construction & Dry Dock  Wins Contract from the U.S. Navy 52 Kawasaki Introduces Eria Colossus Bulk Carrier 52 Shipping Corp. of India Inks Contract with STX Shipyard 52 Aker Yards and MSC Cruises Sign Contract 52 Keppel FELS FELS Function-Embedded Listening Skills  Signs Contract with ENSCO International 52 Fincantieri to Acquire MMG from Manitowoc Company 53 Thyssen Krupp Marine Systems Sign Agreement with AVEVA 53 Wartsila-Hyundai Engine Obtains Order for 16 Dual Fuel Engines 53 Companhia Vale Signs Agreement with Rongsheng Shipbuilding 53 ASL Marine Holdings Incorporates New Subsidiaries in Singapore 53 ASL Project Services Changes Name 53 Vyborg Shipyard to Build New Shipbuilding Complex 53 Samsung Heavy Industries Bags Contract from Europe 54 Ha Long Shipbuilding Delivers Ship to Graig Group 54 Fugro and Sealion Shipping Receive Ship Repair Order 54 Kherson Shipyard Unveils the First Hull Vessel 54 Keppel Shipyard Signs Three New Contracts for Upgradation 54 Keppel Singmarine Secures Contract from Grup Servicii Petroliere 54 General Dynamics NASSCO NASSCO National Steel and Shipbuilding Company (General Dynamics)
NASSCO National Association of Sewer Service Companies (Baltimore, MD) 
 Starts Building Third Product Carrier Ship 55 Standard Marine & Ship Repair Bags Contract 55 Jiuhua Shipbuilding Base to Commence Production 55 SPP Shipbuilding Signs Agreement with AVEVA 55 Abu Dhabi Ship Building Signs MoU with BVT Surface Fleet 55 Todd Pacific Shipyards Bags Contract from Glacier Fish Company 55 Rolls-Royce Bags Major Orders from Two Asian Shipbuilders 56 Qingdao Beihai Shipbuilding Inks Agreement with AVEVA 56 China Shipping to Divest Terminal Unit 56 Aker Yards Signs Contract with DOF See depth of field and 6DOF.

DOF - degrees of freedom
 56 NASSCO Bags Contract from the U.S. Navy 56 Sembawang Shipyard Wins Contract 56 Kawasaki Shipbuilding Delivers LPG Carrier Summit River 57 General Dynamics NASSCO Receives a Modernization Contract from the US Navy 57 Song Thu Bags Ship Building Contract 57 Keppel FELS Receives Contract from Scorpion Offshore 57 Aker Solutions Receive Contract from Jurong Shipyard 57 Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Delivers Ship to Mitsui O.S.K. Lines Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd. (株式会社商船三井   57 DSME DSME Diabetes Self Management Education
DSME Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering Co., Ltd.
DSME Division of Science and Mathematics Education (Michigan State University)
DSME Department of Science and Mathematics Education
 Receives Orders from European and Asian Companies 58 Jurong Shipyard Signs Deal with Aker Contracting 58 Kawasaki Shipbuilding Delivers Energy Navigator 58 Colfax Bags VT Shipyard Pump Packages Contract 58 ABG Shipyard Bags Shipbuilding Contract from Sealion 58 Top 3 Players bag Contracts Worth US$2.32 Billion 58 Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering Develops Pre-swirl Stator 59 Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering Unveils Two New Vessels 59 Mitsui Engineering & Shipbuilding Delivers M.T. "Yasa Golden Dardanelles 59 Rolls-Royce Establishes New Facility 59 McDermott International Forms JV with a unit of China Shipbuilding Industry 59 Genco Shipping & Trading to Acquire 6 Drybulk New Building 59 Todd Pacific Shipyards Receives Contract from U.S. Coast Guard 59 VT Group Enters into Joint Venture with BAE Systems 60 Rolls-Royce Secures Order from BGP (Border Gateway Protocol) The routing protocol that is used to span autonomous systems on the Internet. It is a robust, sophisticated and scalable protocol that was developed by the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF).  Marine China 60 Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering Obtains Order for 10 Ships 60 Mitsui Engineering & Shipbuilding Delivers M.V. "HONEST SPRING" 60 Apeejay Shipping to Establish Ship Repairing Facility and Building Yard 60 Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering Launches New Drill-ship 60 Cochin Shipyard Delivers Five Platform Supply Ships 61 Keppel FELS Wins Contract for Semisubmersible Rig 61 Keppel FELS Obtains Contract from ENSCO International 61 Larsen & Toubro to Invest INR INR

In currencies, this is the abbreviation for the Indian Rupee.

Notes:
The currency market, also known as the Foreign Exchange market, is the largest financial market in the world, with a daily average volume of over US $1 trillion.
2, 500 Crore n. 1. Ten millions; as, a crore of rupees (which is nearly $5,000,000) s>.

Noun 1. crore - the number that is represented as a one followed by 7 zeros; ten million
 61 Kawasaki Shipbuilding Launches Anna-Barbara Bulk Carrier 61 Nigeria Daewoo Shipping Introduces First Lifting 61 PennShip Services Starts a Ship-Repairing Yard in Philadelphia 61 Continental Forms Shipbuilding JV with Yizheng Jianghaiyang 61 Adana-Yumuralik Free Zone to House New Five Shipyards 62 Rousse Shipyard to Deliver Eighth Ship for Nimmrich & Prahm 62 Rolls-Royce Establishes New Marine Service Facility 62 MTG Dolphin Delivers First Vessel for Veka Shipbuilding 62 Bocimar International Sells Three Vessels to Genco 62 Bocimer International to Procure New Ship from Shanhaigun and Jinhaiwan 62 Odense Shipyard Rolls Out Marchen Maersk 62 Nantong COSCO COSCO China Ocean Shipping Company
COSCO Colorado Scientific Company (Denver) 
 Completes Shipbuilding Dock for Kawasaki 62 Keppel Singmarine Bags Specialized Shipbuilding Contracts 63 SCI (Scalable Coherent Interface) An IEEE standard for a high-speed bus that uses wire or fiber-optic cable. It can transfer data up to 1GBytes/sec.

(hardware) SCI - 1. Scalable Coherent Interface.

2. UART.
 to Form Joint Venture with ABG Shipyard 63 L&T and TNIDC to Establish New Port and Ship Building Facility 63 Kherson Shipyard Delivers Aries Warrior 63 DSME Rolls Out Two New Vessels 63 Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering Receives New Drill Ship Order 63 Abu Dhabi Ship Building Bags Contract from UAE Coast Guard 63 BAE Systems Norfolk Ship Repair Bags Contract Modification 64 Northrop Grumman Shipbuilding Receives Contract from the US Navy 64 Rolls-Royce To Build a Polar Research Vessel for NIMR NIMR National Institute for Medical Research
NIMR Netherlands Institute for Metals Research
NIMR Nigerian Institute of Medical Research
NIMR Nelson Institute for Marine Research (Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea)
NIMR Naval Industrial Management Review
 64 General Dynamics NASSCO Unveils USNS USNS United States Naval Ship (civilian-manned; in service)
USNS United States Navy Seals
 Amelia Earhart (T-AKE T-AKE Auxiliary Cargo (K) and Ammunition (E) Ship, MSC Manned (naval ship type)  6) 64 China Shipping Group Signs Agreement with Baosteel Group and China State Shipbuilding 64 TTS Handling Systems Receives Contract from China Shipbuilding & Offshore International 64 Abu Dhabi Ship Building Enters into Strategic Alliance with AVEVA Marine 64 Beluga beluga (bəl`gə) or white whale, small, toothed northern whale, Delphinapterus leucas. The beluga may reach a length of 19 ft (5.  Shipping to Increase Fleet to 75 Ships 65 Kawasaki Shipbuilding Unveils Navios Armonia Bulk Carrier 65 STX Shipbuilding Bags Orders from European Shipping Companies 65 Shipping Corporation of India The Shipping Corporation of India (SCI) is a company owned by the Government of India that operates and manages vessels that services both national and international lines. It is listed on BOM stock exchange with ticker Ticker: SCI.  to Enter into Joint Venture with STX Shipbuilding Company 65 Rolls-Royce Signs MoU with Vinashin 65 ASL Shipyard Receives Contract from European Customers 66 Todd Pacific Shipyards Bags Contract from Military Sealift Fleet Support Command Military Sealift Fleet Support Command, or MSFSC, is a subordinate command of Military Sealift Command and is a single Type Commander execution command having worldwide responsibility to crew, train, equip and maintain MSC government-owned, government-operated ships.  66 Rolls-Royce Bags Contract from China Oilfield Services China Oilfield Services (COSL) (HKSE: 2883 ) is an oilfield service. It has a sister company in China known as CNOOC.

China Oilfield Services is seeking acquisition targets in Southeast Asia, the Middle East and Central Asia, to bolster its operating scale and
 66 Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering Secures Contract from European Shipping Company 66 Kawasaki Shipbuilding Supplies Mochishio Submarine 66 Conrad Industries Signs a New Construction Contract 66 Aker Yards Receives Contract from Royal Arctic Line 66 DSME Secures New Orders from S.A.O.C. 67 Fincantieri Unveils Cruise Barcelona 67 Vinashin Soai Rap Commences Plants Construction 67 Fincantieri and Compagnie des Iles du Ponant (CMA CMA - Concert Multithread Architecture from DEC.  CGM Group) Sign Agreement 67 DSME Receives Order from Sendirian Berhad 67 General Dynamics NASSCO Secures Contract from the US Navy 67 Fincantieri Rolls Out Cruise for Princess Cruises Lines 68 Larsen and Toubro to Construct a Ship Building Yard 68 CACI CACI - A company developing and marketing SIMSCRIPT, MODSIM and other simulation software products.

Telephone: +1 (619) 457-9681.
 International Bags Contract from Naval Sea Systems Command The Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) is the largest of the U.S. Navy's five "systems commands," or materiel organizations. NAVSEA consists of four shipyards, eight "warfare centers" (two undersea and six surface), four major shipbuilding locations and the NAVSEA headquarters,  68 Hanjin Heavy Industries Inks Agreement with AVEVA Marine 68 DSME Delivers Two Ships to Sovcomflot and Vela vela

plural of velum.
 68 Kawasaki Shipbuilding Launches Santa Theresa Bulk Carrier 68 Dolphin Offshore Enterprises to Venture into Shipbuilding 68 DSME to Deliver Semi Submersible Drilling Rig to Odfjell 68 Keppel FELS Enters into Joint Venture with Jurong Shipyard 69 Goodearth Maritime to Set up a Shipbuilding Yard 69 Kawasaki Shipbuilding Supplies a Reimei LPG Carrier to Sherwood Overseas 69 Northrop Grumman Bags Shipbuilding Contract from the U.S. Navy 69 Jiangsu New Yangzi Shipbuilding Secures a Shipbuilding Contract from COSCO 69 ABG Shipyard Receives New Overseas Orders 69 Electric Boat Bags Contract Modification from the U.S. Navy 69 SHI Constructs Unique Multidirectional mul·ti·di·rec·tion·al  
adj.
1. Reaching out in several directions: a multidirectional campaign.

2.
 Oil Tanker 70 Kawasaki Shipbuilding Supplies Celestine cel·es·tine  
n.
See celestite.



[German Zölestin, from Latin caelestis, celestial; see celestial.]
 River 70 Todd Pacific Shipyards Enters into a Contract with Washington State Ferries
This page is about the ferry system operated by the state of Washington. Other entities operate other Ferries in Washington State
The U.S. state of Washington runs the largest fleet of passenger and automobile ferries in the United States and the third largest
 70 Carnival Places Order for Two Cruise Ships 70 Rousse Completes Construction of a 4,500 ton Cargo Ship 70 Mitsui Engineering & Shipbuilding Supplies MV LADY GIOVI 70 Mitsui Engineering & Shipbuilding Delivers MV "BRASIL MARU" 70 Rolls-Royce Bags Contract from Sinopacific Shipbuilding 71 Indian Companies to Plunge into Shipbuilding 71 Electric Boat Receives Contract Modification from the U.S. Navy 71 Keppel Shipyard Secures Contract from Prosafe Production 71 Aker Philadelphia Shipyard Enters into Agreement with Aker American Shipping Aker American Shipping (OSE: AKASA) is a Norwegian-American shipping and shipyard company and part of the Aker Group, with Aker ASA owning 53.4% of the company. The company is listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange and is headquartered in Oslo, Norway.  71 Hanjin Heavy Industries to Construct a New Shipyard 71 Fincantieri Launches Queen Victoria for Cunard Line 71 Vyborg Shipyard JSC Delivers STRIL MARINER 72 Jinhui Shipping to Buy Two Ore Carriers 72 Sembawang Shipyard Inks Contract with Equinox 72 Indian Companies to Expand Shipbuilding Capacity 72 Detyens Shipyard Obtains Contract from National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration 72 DSME Introduces Drillship and PCTC PCTC Pure Car/Truck Carrier (Shipping)
PCTC Philippine Center on Transnational Crime
PCTC Pennsylvania Christian Teen Convention
PCTC Payload Crew Training Complex
PCTC Pioneer Career and Technical Center
 72 Bath Iron Works Bath Iron Works (BIW) is a shipyard located on the Kennebec River in Bath, Maine. Since its foundation in 1884 by Thomas W. Hyde, Bath Iron Works has built private, commercial and military vessels.  bags Contract from the U.S. Navy 72 Kawasaki Shipbuilding Delivers LNG Carrier to Maple LNG Transport 73 SHI Completes Construction of the First Drill Ship 73 Gulf Copper Ship Repair Receives Contract from the U.S. Navy 73 Bharati Shipyard Bags Contract from Opielok 73 Korea Shipyard Signs Contract with AVEVA 73 Remontowa Bags Ferry Construction Contract 73 BAE Systems San Diego Ship Repair Secures Contract from Naval Sea Systems Command 73 Bharati Shipyard Inks JV Agreement with Apeejay Shipping 74 Kawasaki Shipbuilding Unveils Anna-Elisabeth Bulk Carrier 74 China Shipping Development and CSSC CSSC China State Shipbuilding Corporation
CSSC Civil Service Sports Council (UK)
CSSC Center for the Study of Southern Culture
CSSC Certified Structured Settlement Consultant
CSSC Canadian Strategic Software Consortium
 Guangzhou Longxue Shipbuilding Sign Agreement 74 Kleven Verft Secures Vessel Delivery Contracts from Siem Offshore 74 Keppel Singmarine Delivers Supply Vessel to Gulfmark Offshore 74 Nizhegorodskiy Teplokhod Delivers 6th Hull for Rensen Shipbuilding 74 Fincantieri Introduces a new Destroyer Vessel for Italian Navy 74 DSME Obtains Order for Ships from Vela International Marine Vela International Marine is a Saudi Aramco owned company that has been established in 1984. The company currently owns 23 oil tankers most of which are Very Large Crude Carriers (VLCCs). The Vela Fleet
  • Aries Star -- DWT (deadweight tons) 317,000.
 75 Cochin Shipyard Receives Contract from DOF 75 TTS Ships Equipment Obtains Contract from Odense Steel Shipyard 75 Keppel Nantong Shipyard Secures Shipbuilding Contracts 75 Fincantieri Receives an Order for Two New Cruise Lines from Costa Crociere 75 Fincantieri Introduces Cruise Line for Carnival Cruise Lines This article or section needs sources or references that appear in reliable, third-party publications. Alone, primary sources and sources affiliated with the subject of this article are not sufficient for an accurate encyclopedia article.  75 Bharati Shipyard to Form Shipbuilding Yard Joint Venture with Apeejay Shipping 75 Lotos Shipyard Rolls Out the Hull of New Container Carrier 75 Astrakhan Astrakhan, city, Russia
Astrakhan (ăs`trəkăn, Rus. ä`strəkhənyə), city (1990 pop. 521,000), capital of Astrakhan region, SE European Russia.
 III International Shipyard to Deliver Dry Cargo Ship for Rensen Shipbuilding BV 76 Bharati Shipyard Bags Order from Shipping Corporation of India 76 Konecranes Secures Contract for Goliath Gantry Cranes 76 Fincantieri Enters into an Agreement with Cunard Line 76 Everett Shipyard Receives Contract from the U.S. Navy 76 Fincantieri Unveils "Super Star" Cruise Liner to Tallink 76 DSME Delivers Gang-Gam-Chan 76 JURONG Shipyard to Form JV with WTorre 76 Shipping Corp. of India Orders Ten New Ships 77 Rolls-Royce Buys Seaworthy sea·wor·thy  
adj. sea·wor·thi·er, sea·wor·thi·est
Fit to traverse the seas: a seaworthy freighter; a seaworthy crew.
 Systems 77 ABG Shipyard Bags Order from Bereederungsgesellschaft H Vogemann 77 Electric Boat Wins Contract from the U.S. Navy 77 Thoresen Shipping Signs Contract with Vietnam Shipbuilding Industry Group 77 COSCO Shipyard Group Obtains Contracts for Building Bulk Carriers 77 ABG Shipyard Receives Order from Essar Shipping & Logistics 77 Rensen Shipbuilding Inks Shipbuilding Contract with Zelenodolsk Plant 77 Cargotec Secures Order for Supplies to Cargo Vessels 78 Reliance To Set Up Ship Building and Dredging Companies 78 BAE Systems San Diego Ship Repair Obtains Contract from the U.S. Navy 78 Globus Maritime to Acquire a Panamax Bulk Carrier 78 HHIC HHIC Head Honcho In Charge  Secures Order for 5 Container Ships 78 RK HDW Gaarden Launches Maruba Europe 78 Wartsila-Hyundai Engines to Build Dual-Fuel Engines 78 DSME to Construct World's Largest Floating Dock 78 Ningbo Shipyard Bags a Contract from Global Carriers 78 DSME Establishes Ship Block Factory 78 Larsen and Toubro Bags a Contract with RollDock 79 General Dynamics NASSCO Commences Building of a New Line of Ships 79 General Dynamics NASSCO Signs Shipbuilding Agreement with the U.S. Navy 79 SHI Bags Orders from Stena Company 79 Standard Marine & Ship Repair Bags Contract from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security Noun 1. Department of Homeland Security - the federal department that administers all matters relating to homeland security
Homeland Security

executive department - a federal department in the executive branch of the government of the United States
 79 Built Environs and McConnell Dowell Secure Contract 79 General Dynamics NASSCO Secures Contract from the U.S. Navy 80 Samsung Heavy Industries to Build New Block Assembly Factory 80 Muhibbah Marine Engineering Bags Contract from Tanjung Kapal Services 80 NicoCraft Rolls Out Nemo 80 Kawasaki Shipbuilding Unveils Anna-Maria Bulk Carrier 80 Punj Lloyd Signs MOU with Pipavav Shipyard 80 Keppel Launches New Shipyard in Nantong 80 Bharati Shipyard Receives Contract from UP Offshore 80 ASC ASC Ambulatory surgery center, see there  Shipyard Selects Hansen Yuncken for Adelaide Shipyard Expansion 81 Hanjin Heavy Industries & Construction Group to Split 81 Daewoo Shipbuilding Rolls out Two Vessels 81 HHI Constructs LPG Carrier for Bergesen 81 Rolls-Royce Signs Contract with UK Ministry of Defense 81 Everett Shipyard Secures Contract from the U.S. Navy 81 DSME Introduces First LNGC Vessel for KLC 81 ABG Shipyard Secures Order from Precious Shipping 81 ASL Shipyard Obtains Major Shipbuilding Contract 82 China Oilfield to Acquire New Marine Support Vessels 82 Standard Marine Secures Contract from U.S. Department of Homeland Security 82 Clough Enrolls New Ship to Fleet 82 AVEVA Wins Contract from SLS Shipbuilding 82 Northrop Grumman Wins Contract from the U.S. Navy 82 DSME Launches H.2250 at RD#3 82 Gujarat NRE to Buy Ships from Japanese Shipyard 82 SHI Completes Building the World's Biggest LNG Carrier 83 Fincantieri Unveils 'Sagar Nidhi' for the National Institute of Ocean Technology The National Institute of Ocean Technology (NIOT) was established in November 1993 as an autonomous society under India's Department of Ocean Development (DOD). Its Head Quarters are inside the Indian Institute of Technology, Madras (IITM) Campus.  83 Bharati Shipyard Secures Order from Sea Cargo Skips 83 SLS Shipbuilding Secures Order from MISC MISC Miscellaneous
MISC Miscellany
MISC Miscarriage
MISC Malaysia International Shipping Corporation
MISC Maui Invasive Species Committee
MISC Minimum Instruction Set Computing
MiSC Microsoft Software Center (Indonesia) 
 83 STX Shipbuilding Secures Order from Middle East Company 83 Kawasaki Shipbuilding Supplies BW Broker LPG Carrier 83 Kawasaki Shipbuilding Supplies Tamagawa VLCC 83 Third International Shipyard Introduces the Hull for Rensen Shipbuilding 83 Wartsila CME CME

See: Chicago Mercantile Exchange


CME

See Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CME).
 Zhenjiang Propeller to Establish Propeller Plant 84 SHI Expands Ningbo Ship Block Factory 84 Fincantieri Launches a Ferry for Grimaldi Group 84 Standard Marine & Ship Repair Secures Contract from the U.S. Department of Transportation 84 Sovcomflot and Novorossiysk Ship Repair Yard Sign Agreement 84 Changrong Steel, Jiangsu Xinrong Shiprepair and CSSC Chengxi Shipyard Sign Contract 84 BAE Systems Norfolk Ship Repair Receives Contractfrom the U.S. Navy 84 COSCO Secures Contract from Chengxi Shipyard 85 Bharati Shipyard and Great Offshore Sign Contract 85 Jiangsu Eastern Shipyard Secures Contract to Build Oil Tankers 85 Odessos Shiprepair Yard to Buy Floating Dock 85 Rolls-Royce Secures Contract from OSM Schiffahrt 85 Bharati Shipyards Wins Contract from Offshore Shipping I 85 Fincantieri Unveils The Ventura 85 MacGregor Obtains Contract from Cosco Dalian Shipyard 85 Kawasaki Shipbuilding unveils Orient Phoenix Bulk Carrier 86 Tsuneishi Shipbuilding Introduces Wave Power Yacht 86 Rolls-Royce Bags Contract from Ezra Holdings 86 Bharati Shipyard Secures Contract from Man Ferrostaal 86 Kawasaki Shipbuilding Corp. Delivers Crude oil Carrier to Gios Maritima 86 Hanjin Heavy Industries Receives Order of Eight Post-Panamax Container Carrier and Several New Projects 86 China Shipbuilding Industry Receives Contract from Hebei Ocean Shipping 87 CSSC Delivers Ship to Stenersen 87 CSSC Receives Contract from Stenersen 87 DSME Bags Contract from T&H and NV 87 Hindustan Shipyard Delivers Good Princess to Goodearth Maritime 87 General Dynamics NASSCO Commences Manufacturing of 7th T-AKE Ship 87 DSME Receives Order from Liberty Maritime 87 Gulf Copper Ship Repair Receives Contract from U.S. Army 87 SWECO AB Bags Contract from Aker Yards 87 Aker Yards Secures Contract from Royal Caribbean Cruises 87 Hanjin Heavy Industries Establishes New Facility 87 Aker Yards Bags Contract from Aker Capital 88 The Union Territory of Lakshadweep and Colombo Dockyard Ink Agreement 88 Jurong Shipyard Secures Contract from SeaDrill 88 Standard Marine & Ship Repair Obtains Contract from the Dept. of Homeland Security 88 Rolls- Royce and University of Manchester The University of Manchester is a university located in Manchester, England. With over 40,000 students studying 500 academic programmes, more than 10,000 staff and an annual income of nearly £600 million it is the largest single-site University in the United Kingdom and receives  Establishes New Testing Facility 88 Mitsui Engineering & Shipbuilding Supplies MV NSS HONESTY 88 DSME and DMHI DMHI Disaster Mental Health Institute (University of South Dakota)  Obtains Orders for 16 Ships 88 Bharati Shipyard Snaps Up Assets of Swan Hunter Shipyard 89 Larsen & Toubro Plans to Establish a Ship Building Yard 89 ABG Shipyard Secures Shipbuilding Contract 89 Hartmann Group Orders Supply Vessels from Fincantieri 89 Aker Yards and MSC Cruises Sign Contract 89 Kawasaki Shipbuilding Unveils KT Venture Bulk Carrier 89 Standard Marine & Ship Repair Bags Order 90 ASL Marine Holdings Receives Major Contracts 90 CSSC and Shanghai Baosteel Group to Invest in Shipbuilding 90 Hanjin Heavy Industries & Construction Receives Order from Danaos 90 Fincantieri Inks Agreement with Oceania Cruises 90 Fincantieri Signs Agreement with Silversea Cruises 90 Kawasaki Shipbuilding Delivers Crude oil Carrier to Colnago Maritima 90 Chengxi Shipyard Company Receives Contract from Hongkong Huaguang 90 Diana Purchases A Dry Bulk Carrier 91 MacGREGOR Enters into Joint Venture with Vietnam Shipbuilding Industry Group 91 Jinhui Holdings to Acquire a Supramax Ship 91 Todd Pacific Shipyards Wins Contract from the Military Sealift Fleet Support 91 American Commercial Lines Buys Assets from McKinney 91 Pelican Offshore Services Bags Shipbuilding Contract 91 Fincantieri Delivers Carnival Freedom to Carnival Group 91 Abu Dhabi Ship Building Clinches Contract from UAE Naval Forces 92 Coastal Offshore Secures Contract for 7 Offshore Support Vehicles 92 General Dynamics NASSCO Receives Contract from the U.S. Navy 92 Kawasaki Shipbuilding Launches Bulk Carrier 92 Daewoo Mangalia Heavy Industries Signs Contract with Hamburg Sud 92 Todd Pacific Shipyards Bags Contract from Military Sealift Fleet Support Command 92 Fincantieri Partners with Turkish Yard 93 ABG Shipyard Bags Shipbuilding Order from Pacific First Shipping 93 DSME to Undertake Facility Expansion 93 Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering Enters into Joint Venture to Form NIDAS 93 Fincantieri Signs Agreement with Carnival Corporation 93 Bath Iron Works Bags Contract from the U.S. Navy 93 Bach Dang Ship Building Unveils Golden Falcon 93 Northrop Grumman Bags Shipbuilding Contract from the U.S. Navy 93 Boustead Holdings to Buy Sites from PSC Asset Holdings 94 Tuticorin Port Trust to Construct Ship Building Yard 94 BAE Systems Bags Ship Overhaul Contract from the U.S. Navy 94 Eidesvik Enters Into Alliance with Ulstein Verft for Building SX121 Ship 94 Atlantic Marine Alabama Wins C-9 Conversion Contract from Matson Navigation 94 Wartsila Bags Order from Chinese Shipyards 94 Wartsila, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries and China Shipbuilding Industry to Form a Joint Venture 94 ODIM ODIM Other Dimensions in Music (recording label)  Signs Contract with Shipyard 95 VT Halter Wins Contract from the US Navy 95 Indian Navy to Increase Fleet Size 95 Hyundai Bags a Mammoth Order from CMA-CGM 95 Santierul Naval Orsova to Upgrade Technology 95 TBS International to Purchase Two Bulk Carriers 95 Hyundai Completes Slipway slip·way  
n.
A sloping surface leading down to the water, on which ships are built or repaired.


slipway
Noun
 Construction and Announces Expansion 95 Pipavav Shipyard Secures Order from Europe 96 Hyundai Bags Order from China 96 Todd Pacific Shipyards Secure Contract from the U.S. Navy 96 Standard Marine & Ship Repair Bags Contract from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security 96 Norilsk Nickel Receives Contract from Aker MTW Werft 96 Todd Shipyards Obtains the U.S. Navy Repair Contract 96 Daewoo Shipbuilding Wins Contracts from Gebab Holding and Conti Holding 96 Nam Trieu Shipbuilding Launches Colossal Cargo Vessel 96 Northrop Grumman Receives Ship Modification Contract 96 BAE Systems Secures Repair Contract from the U.S. Navy 97 Sonatrach Petroleum Enters into Joint Venture with Kawasaki Shipbuilding 97 Acergy Signs Pact with DOFCON 97 Aker Yards and Damen Shipyards to Form Joint Venture 97 Keppel Shipyard Bags Conversion Contract 97 BAE Systems Norfolk Ship Repair Secures Contract from the U.S. Navy 97 Sovkomflot Signs Agreement with Admiralty Shipyards 97 Saigon Shipbuilding Unveils Vien Dong 5 Ship 98 Technip Inks Contract with Geo ASA Asa (ā`sə), in the Bible, king of Judah, son and successor of Abijah. He was a good king, zealous in his extirpation of idols. When Baasha of Israel took Ramah (a few miles N of Jerusalem), Asa bought the help of Benhadad of Damascus and  98 ISOICO Signs Agreement with Venezuela 98 Gulf Copper Ship Repair Bags Contract from the U.S. Navy 98 Larsen & Toubro Receives Contract from Zadeko Ship Management 98 Bath Iron Works Secures Contract from the U.S. Navy 98 Song Thu Inks Contract with Damen Group 98 Caspian Services Inks MoU with Nico International and Kazmortransflot 98 Quickstep quick·step  
n.
A march for accompanying quick time.


quickstep
Noun

1. a modern ballroom dance in rapid quadruple time

2. music for this dance

Noun 1.
 Holdings to Purchase Flatout Boats 99 Damen Shipyards Obtains Contract from Istanbul Deniz Otobusleri 99 Ship Finance International to Buy Five Container Vessels 99 Northrop Grumman Ship Systems Northrop Grumman Ship Systems (NGSS) is the division of Northrop Grumman Corporation responsible for building small and medium shipping products. A separate sector of Northrop Grumman, Northrop Grumman Newport News, is responsible for nuclear submarines and supercarriers.  Secures Contract from the U.S. Navy 99 New Century Shipbuilding and AVEVA Sign Contract 99 Northrop Grumman Ship Systems Bags Contract from the Defense Department 99 Sanwa Dock Invests in Ship Repair Dock 99 Samsung Heavy Industries and Marine and Heavy Engineering to Form Joint Venture 99 SembCorp Marine to Invest in Cosco Shipyard 100 Phu Yen Seafood Opens Shipbuilding Factory 100 Bulyard Shipbuilding Industries to Spend on Upgrades in Varna Shipyard 100 Keppel Shipyard Receives Contract from Golar LNG 100 Alstom and Aker Yards to Form Joint Venture 100 Sembawang Shipyard Secures Contract from Bergesen 100 GLOBAL DIRECTORY To order this report: Reportlinker Adds Global Shipbuilding and Repair Industry http://www.reportlinker.com/p0151193/Reportlinker-Adds-Global-Shipbuilding-and-Repair-Industry.html More market research reports here!
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