Ship Supply
More information about our ship sales and purchase services

Our platform integrates data of more than 200,000 ships, including bulk carriers, containers, tankers, chemicals, LPG/LNG, yacht/cruise ships and offshore ships, allowing for low cost, quick transactions for the sale of second-hand ships. In addition, it also incorporates new shipbuilding services from shipyards all over the world. To facilitate these processes, other services offered include technology, valuation, financing, business negotiations, supervision of construction and delivery i.e to provide shipowners with emergency maritime rescue services spanning areas, such as oil spill handling, tugboats for towing in the event of engine failure or grounding, divers for underwater inspections or assistance, as well as helicopters from over 700+ ports around the world, which ensures a quick response time. Conventional maritime services such as lifesaving and firefighting equipment inspection, heli-service support, mechanical and electrical equipment maintenance, bunker survey, equipment calibration, debunkering and tank cleaning support, and certificate renewal are available as well.

News about ship sales
Fear of monopoly called off the union
The marriage plans were announced in March 2019. Unfortunately, the European Union (EU) made it official that the merger between Korean shipbuilders, Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (DSME) and Hyundai Heavy Industries Holdings (HHIH) would not proceed for fear of industry monopoly.
China took pole position in 2021’s shipbuilding ranking
Data released by United Kingdom-based analyst, Clarksons in late December 2021 revealed the global order volume of new ships in 2021 was 45.73 million compensated gross tonnes (CGT). Within was Korea’s accounting for 17.35 million CGT at 38 per cent, second only to China’s 22.8 million CGTs.
Japan to ramp up steel production in Q1 2022
Japan’s crude steel output is expected to rise 1.9 per cent in the January-March quarter from 2020, assisted by a recovery in manufacturing including shipbuilding and machinery. This projection was disclosed by the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI).