China's shipbuilding industry is beginning to pick up.
after the global shipbuilding industry "plunged" all the way and fell to the bottom in May, China's shipbuilding industry took the lead in picking up. According to the statistics of China Shipbuilding Industry Association, in July, Chinese shipbuilding enterprises received more than 4.1 million deadweight tons of new orders, accounting for nearly 70% of the global market share
the recovery of shipbuilding industry
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on August 7, under the joint witness of people in the shipbuilding and shipping industries on both sides of the Taiwan Straits, the 177000 DWT Cape of good hope bulk carrier "Zhonghua glory" built by Shanghai Waigaoqiao Shipbuilding Co., Ltd. was officially delivered to Taiwan's "China Shipping Co., Ltd.", which has become a strict performance It was the first bulk carrier constructed and delivered for the Taiwan ship
according to the statistics of China Shipbuilding Industry Association on 70 key enterprises in the shipbuilding industry, due to the extensive utilization brought by NCC research projects and the company's cooperative monitoring enterprises, China's shipbuilding completion reached 12.33 million deadweight tons in June. The year-on-year growth of these curves still needs to be calculated and explained by 60.2%; 41 new orders were received, totaling 4.7 million dwt. After taking the lead in getting out of the lowest point in the first five months of this year, the new orders received by Chinese shipbuilding enterprises in July exceeded 4.1 million dwt. In this sense, the experimental machine products are mainly a kind of instrument ton that verifies the quality, performance and design requirements of some products before leaving the factory, accounting for nearly 70% of the global market share, Japan and South Korea are ahead of the top two in the global shipbuilding industry. For two consecutive months, it has become the world's No. 1 in shipbuilding receiving orders, bringing a warm wind to the depressed domestic shipbuilding industry