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Salmon productivity set for a 3% expansion

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Industry scourges pending, salmon productivity set for a 3% expansion, Grupo Nueva Pescanova's €8 million investment to double shrimp production levels in Nicaruga and Espersen move product lines to Poland in an attempt to halt further financial losses as they undertake their biggest project to date. For our recommended reportage on these stories and more - covered in the second instalment of today's digest - follow the links below.

Marine Harvest CEO says salmon supply could grow 3%; more with sea lice breakthrough https://bit.ly/2KcSai2

Shocking sea lice: Cooke Aquaculture tries non-chemical answer at salmon farm https://bit.ly/2G1CCv7

Prairie AquaTech To Expand To Volga https://bit.ly/2Ked2p7

Nielsen: ‘Failure not an option’ for biggest project in Espersen history https://bit.ly/2wBwJp8

BioMar feels the chill https://bit.ly/2wxg71H

 

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North and South Korea unite for joint economic development projects

by 10 May 2018

Accord in Korea as North and South unite for joint economic development projects, the shipbuilding robot revolution is underway as the industry attempts to keep up with increasing demands and Hyundai Merchant Marine receives funds of $420m to build five VLCC's.  For our recommended reportage on these stories and more in the world of shipbuilding - in our first instalment covered in today's digest - follow the links below.

Seoul Resurrects Plan for Joint Shipbuilding with North Korea https://bit.ly/2I3H7eq

Watch Out, the Robot Shipbuilders Are Coming https://bloom.bg/2I7CiN5

HMM Nets USD 420 Million to Build 5 VLCCs https://bit.ly/2rxpF7M

Sembmarine completes world's first 40-year FSO vessel https://bit.ly/2jMhznF

 

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Finnish shipbuilder Meyer Turku investing profits

by 8 May 2018

Finnish shipbuilder Meyer Turku to invest profits into expanding the productivity of their shipyard amidst growing international competition, Rolls Royce confirm contract with Siem Offshore which will see them overseeing maintenance of deck machinery for 12 handling vessels and Maersk Tankers directors approve order for six LR2 product tankers from Dalian Shipyard with an option of four more. For our recommended reportage on these stories and more in the world of shipyards - covered by our second instalment of today's digest - follow the links below.

Meyer Turku Investing Profits in its Shipyard https://bit.ly/2InWbmH

Cargotec, JCE Invest AB Form Joint Bulk Business https://bit.ly/2rxgyDq

Rolls-Royce, Siem Offshore Ink 5-Year Maintenance Deal https://bit.ly/2KQcYgt

Damen Shipyards Group Delivers 19 Shallow-Draft Vessels to Combi Lift https://bit.ly/2ryRKLX

Maersk Tankers orders six LR2 newbuilds from Dalian Shipyard https://bit.ly/2rxYfPi

 

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