Lloyd's Register: Yards building ships like in 2010

Activities in shipping have turned around, and this development can be felt in the global shipyard sector. Lloyd's Register believes that the rebound in the yard industry will reach the level of 2010-2011.

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2014 could be a busy year for the major, global classification and consulting company Lloyd's Register. In an interview with ShippingWatch last week, the company's Chairman Thomas Thune Andersen described the increasing scope of the company's newbuilding orders.

And Lloyd's Registers expectations for the 2014 newbuilding market are very positive, according to an editorial in the latest issue of the company's magazine, Horizons.

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