«Pequeños», familiares y competitivos: astilleros y construcción naval en Asturias (c. 1750-2015)

 

 

 

 
 
 
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DOI: 10.1016/j.ihe.
2016.07.017
 
 
«Pequeños», familiares y competitivos: astilleros y construcción naval en Asturias (c. 1750-2015)
‘Small’, family-based and competitive: Dockyards and naval construction in Asturias (ca. 1750-2015)
Joaquín Ocampo Suárez-Valdés, Patricia Suárez Cano
Área de Historia e Instituciones Económicas, Departamento de Economía, Facultad de Economía y Empresa, Universidad de Oviedo, Campus del Cristo s/n, 33006, Oviedo, Asturias, España
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Este artículo pretende 2 objetivos complementarios: analizar la evolución técnica e industrial de la construcción naval en Asturias, así como el relevo empresarial producido en el sector. Este último, referido a la quiebra de los «grandes» astilleros industriales de la bahía gijonesa (Cantábrico, Riera, Duro Felguera, Juliana…), pioneros

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Mitsubishi Shipbuilding Exploring the Future of Marine Vessels with ROBOSHIP


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Mitsubishi Shipbuilding Co., Ltd., a part of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) Group, is participating in an inter-business project to explore the potential of the "ROBOSHIP" as the marine vessel of the future. A proof of concept (PoC) test using two actual surface vessels was jointly conducted on November 11, 2020. This PoC test, to be held in the sea off Toyosu in Tokyo using a passenger vessel owned by Tokyo Cruise Ship Co., Ltd., intended to demonstrate the cutting-edge technologies and ideas of the participating companies, with the aim of supporting the development and widespread adoption of a navigational support system for coastal vessels.

The PoC testing is part of the "ROBOSHIP Joint Value Creation Project"

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Gondán construirá para Portugal diez ferris eléctricos únicos en el mundo

 

 

 

 

Costarán 52,4 millones y cada uno transportará a 540 pasajeros en Lisboa

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Vuelve a brillar en el panorama internacional Astilleros Gondán, empresa con sede en Castropol, la orilla asturiana de la ría de Ribadeo. Acaba de ganar lo que la empresa portuguesa Transtejo Soflusa define como el «mayor concurso público internacional celebrado hasta a la fecha a nivel mundial». Compitiendo con la lusa Estaleiros de Peniche, la asiática Majestic Glod Marine (Singapur) y la centroeuropea Dutch Holland Shipyards, el Gobierno de Portugal ha preferido a Gondán, adjudicándole la construcción de diez ferris únicos en el mundo. No hay ninguno propulsado íntegramente por electricidad con capacidad para 540 pasajeros. Costarán 52,4 millones de euros y transportarán a unos 19 millones de personas cada año por

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South Korean Shipyards Lead New Orders as Shipbuilding Backlog Falls

 

 

 

 

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BY THE MARITIME EXECUTIVE 

10-06-2020 06:58:22

 

 

The South Korean shipbuilding industry is continuing to outpace the Chinese shipyards in the volume of new orders. The tend continued for the third month in a row meaning that the Koreans also reported the largest new order volume during the third quarter of 2020.

Total new orders reached over 600,000 compensated gross tons in September according to calculations published in Business Korea with just over half the tonnage ordered placed at the Korean yards followed the Chinese. Less than five percent of the new order volume in the month went to yards in the remainder of the world.

The Korean shipyards were also first in total new order volume for the third quarter of 2020,

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