New Ship Export Orders Decrease in Japan


A recent news article published in the Steel Orbis states that Japan’s new ship export orders decrease in July from June.

Data by the Japan (japan) Ship Exporters’ Association (JSEA)

According to the data released by the Japan (japan) Ship Exporters’ Association (JSEA),
Japanese new ship export orders in July this year declined by 40.9 percent on tonnage
basis compared to the previous month, dropping to 19 ships, compared to 38 ships
recorded in June, totaling 943,700 gross tons, including 15 bulk carriers, three general
cargo ships and one tanker.

In the first seven months of this year, K_REPLACE1ese shipbuilders received new
export orders for a total of 183 ships with an aggregate of 8.41 million gross tons, down
16.4 percent year on year.

Japan (japan) delivered 16 ships for export

On the other hand, in the given month, Japan (japan) delivered 16 ships for export,
totaling 1.21 million gross tons, compared to 16 ships totaling 580,017 gross tons
recorded in June.

Meanwhile, in the January-July period this year, Japan delivered 106 ships for export,
totaling 5.34 million gross tons, falling by 12.2 percent year on year.

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Source: Today Online


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