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Synonyms for shipbuilder

a carpenter who helps build and launch wooden vessels

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a person who builds ships as a business


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The two shipbuilders are heavily indebted to Korea's two state-run banks, as they have struggled with snowballing losses amid unfavorable oil prices and the worldwide industry downturn.
The shipbuilder has been pushed to the brink by the impact of historically low oil prices, which caused delays in payments for complex offshore facilities.
Currently, the Subic shipbuilder has 35,000 direct and indirect employees working on various operations at HHIC-Phil's Subic facility, which has helped Hanjin deliver 91 vessels since it started full operation at the Redondo Peninsula in 2008.
Jennifer Boykin, vice president of engineering and design at Newport News Shipbuilding, said the company asked itself if it could bring the same utility to sailors as it has been for shipbuilders using augmented reality.
It comes after the companies Ferguson Shipbuilders, Newark Joiners and Ferguson-Ailsa all went into administration following "significant cash flow pressure" in recent months.
However it was noted that the German shipbuilder von Freyberg chairs Blohm + Voss, known for its military ship construction.
The shipbuilder has been diversifying into offshore engineering to help weather the industry downturn.
Under the new contract, received through the subsidiary TTS Energy AS, the company will deliver a crane to shipbuilder STX OSV.
The release followed reports that Jaya could be taken over by the Dutch shipbuilder.
In March, the shipbuilder delivered the first unit.
of South Korea, the world's third-largest shipbuilder.
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consist of 1,064 civilians and 117 military that supervise ship construction at the six major shipbuilder locations: Northrop Grumman Shipbuilding (Newport News, Avondale, and Ingalls), Bath Iron Works (Bath, Maine), Electric Boat (Groton, Conn.
Navy structures fixed-price and fixed-price, incentive-fee shipbuilding contracts and how labor- and material-cost indexes can mitigate shipbuilder risk in either type of contract.
A world-renowned shipbuilder returned to its historic home yesterday more than seven years after the company bearing its name collapsed.
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