25, 2021 /PRNewswire/ - The CSL Group ("CSL") is pleased to announce it took delivery of CSL Kajika, the second of two converted 77,250 DWT gravity fed self-unloading ships at COSCONantong shipyard, on October 22, 2021 ... CSL Americas is a division of The CSL Group, the largest owner and operator of self-unloading ships in the world.
Seaspan Shipyards marked 10 years Thursday since it was awarded a multi-billion-dollar federal government package to build non-combat ships on the North Shore... “Today we are among the most modern shipyards in NorthAmerica,” he said ... The other icebreaker will be built at the Quebec-based Chantier Davie shipyard.
Seaspan Shipyards (Seaspan) is proudly celebrating ten years of building ships for Canada under the NationalShipbuildingStrategy (NSS) ... Seaspan invested more than $185 million to transform its shipyard into one of the most modern in NorthAmerica, with a purpose-built infrastructure to deliver much-needed ships for Canada’s federal fleets.
Italian shipbuilder Fincantieri has announced a $150m investment for a shipyard in Yucatan, Mexico, as part of the expansion and modernisation of the port of Progreso. Fincantieri, with holdings in Europe, LatinAmerica, the US and Asia, will build the shipyard that will serve as a base for the repair, remodeling and maintenance of large ships.
America’s domestic shipping law (the Jones Act) requires that those providing ocean transportation services between American points must hire American workers, pay American taxes and obey American laws ... their catch to Seattle for on-carriage to points throughout America.
America’s shipyards currently produce 2.6 Virginia-class submarines each year, and some in Washington are lobbying for that to be increased ... Yet having our SSNs built in the US would depend on America’s willingness to increase its own production capacity.
Fincantieri has committed to investing in the construction of the largest shipyard in LatinAmerica as part of the expansion of Progreso port in Yucat�n, Mexico, according to an official state announcement.
... it has been swimming close to three different shipyards has thrown up one theory ... 'I don't know if that's a clue, if that means it had been held captive at a shipyard somewhere at a busy port, but we have no documents, no idea of where that would be, certainly in NorthAmerica.'.
A key question is where the needed shipyard capacity would come from for the Australian boats to be constructed ... Were Australia to choose the US Virginia class, then it would have a direct impact on America’s own capacity to field new Virginia-class hulls, as the existing US shipyard capacity for submarines is nearly saturated.
must be able to rely on American shipyards to build boats the Coast Guard needs to patrol and defend our territorial waters and that America’s maritime industry needs to move the cargo that drives our economy and supports military readiness.