Shipbuilders in China Send New Challenge
 
Advertise Here
Trending Topics:
Sunday, June 14, 2015

Ship Equipment
Ship Maintenance
Unitor
Ship Systems
Bimco
Worldwide Metric
Portvision
Hydroscan
Freeman Marine
Neptune Group

MarineTalk
Home Page
About MarineTalk
Buyer's Guide
World InfoDesk
Discussion Forums
Advisory Board
FAQ
Advertising Information
Submit Company Listing
Edit Company Listing
Site Map
 
MarineTalk Site Search:
Featured Companies

FIATA - International Federation of Freight Forwarders Ass.
FIATA, the International Freight Forwarders Association, a non-governmental organization, represents today an industry covering approx. 40'000 forwarding firms, also known as the "Architects of Transport", employing around 8 - 10 million people.
    Switzerland

MITAGS - Maritime Institute of Technology & Graduate Studies
The Maritime Institute of Technology and Graduates Studies (MITAGS) is a non-profit continuing education center for professional mariners. The Institute provides training to civilian and military mariners from around the globe.
    USA Maryland

Royal Institution of Naval Architects
The Royal Institution of Naval Architects is an internationally renowned professional institution whose members are involved at all levels in the design, construction, repair and operation of ships, boats and marine structures worldwide.
    United Kingdom

IACS - International Association of Classification Societies Ltd
Dedicated to safe ships and clean seas. IACS makes an unique contribution to maritime safety and regulation by verifying compliance with a set of rules for ships' construction and essential engineering systems.
    United Kingdom

Shipbuilders in China Send New Challenge

      4/22/2004

“We now lag behind Korean shipbuilding companies. But just give us 10 more years and we will overtake Korea," said Gu Baolong, Chairman of the board at Hudong-Zhonghua Shipbuilding. This statement came after alleged refusal by Korean companies to help China build liquefied natural gas tankers. Korean companies appear to be wary of China potential. Japan's Nomura Research Institute forecast that by 2010, China's shipbuilding will outstrip Japan's and will be on par with Korea.

The biggest supporter of China's shipbuilders is the Chinese government, which sticks to the policy that the domestic cargo must be carried by Chinese ships and that Chinese ships must be built in China. With the rapid growth of the domestic economy, the demand for ships is increasing rapidly in China. China has also designated shipbuilding as one of its future leading industries, and is providing the best available support in the development of technologies for large, high value-added ships. China is currently ranked No.3 in the world in shipbuilding, following Korea and Japan.


JoonAng Daily  


You may also like:
Trending Technology, World Shipping & Maritime News





Latest Marine News and Technology Articles | Maritime 2015 Buyer's Guide





MarineTalk

E-mail:  Contact Us

Copyright © 1998 - 2015 MarineTalk
Division of Link Internet Business Solutions
All rights reserved.

The reproduction, retrieval, copying or transmission of this Web site content,
in whole or in part, is not permitted without the express permission of
MarineTalk .