- PANAMA SHIP REGISTRY SIMPLIFIES SHIP REGISTRATION
- JEANNEAU ANNOUNCED A MAJOR NEW PROJECT OF CAP CAMARAT LINE
- ALPHA MARINE WILL FOCUS ON EMERGENCY SYSTEMS AND PROCEDURES IN 2019 MOUS
- SCANDLINES INTRODUCES NORSEPOWER’S ROTOR SAIL SOLUTION ON BOARD HYBRID FERRY
- MAN ENERGY AND SAMSUNG SIGN MARINE DIGITIZATION AGREEMENT
- DENMARK'S SUPER FERRY COMPLETES HER MAIDEN VOYAGE
- ESKOMARINE AND ALPHA MARINE AIM TO SUPPORT THE SHIPPING COMPANIES IN ANY TECHNICAL MATTER
- SWEDISH ELECTRIC FERRY ARISES WITH SUPERFAST CHARGING
- NEW LIEBHERR OFFSHORE CRANE COUNTERS REQUIREMENTS
- DAMEN SHIPREPAIR CURAÇAO WELCOMES ROYAL VISIT
- ISKES TOWAGE & SALVAGE SIGNS CONTRACT
- SUCCESSFUL DEMONSTRATION OF VAMOS! TECHNOLOGY IN UK
Panama Ship Registry simplifies ship registrationThe Panama Ship Registry has announced that they will release a single platform “Electronic Ship Registration System (ESRS)” to simplify the process of ship registration.
Alpha Marine will focus on Emergency Systems and Procedures in 2019 MoUsBeside circular regarding the Paris andTokyo Concentrated Inspection Campaign (CIC) onemergency systems and procedures, AMC announced that they will provide guidance to Shipowners, Operators and Masters in accordance with the Checklists.
MAN Energy and Samsung sign Marine Digitization AgreementMAN Energy Arrangements and Samsung Heavy Industries Co. Ltd. have marked a key participation assention for the digitization of marine motors, including a system for a long-term vital participation to create advances and frameworks for the digitization of
Eskomarine and Alpha Marine aim to support the shipping companies in any technical matterWhile saving time and money, Eskomarine and Alpha Marine are minimizing the technical gaps and business risks at every stage of a project
Swedish Electric Ferry arises with superfast chargingState owned Swedish power company Vattenfall has cooperated with electric propulsion specialist Echandia Marine to develope a new solution to provide fast charging for ferries and other electric vessels.
New Liebherr offshore crane counters requirements for operations with limited space on deckLiebherr-MCCtec Rostock GmbH proudly presents the latest innovation for the offshore crane market at the ONS exhibition - the RL-K 2600.
Damen Shiprepair Curaçao welcomes royal visit1 July 2018: His Royal Highness King Willem-Alexander and Her Royal Highness Queen Máxima have visited Damen Shiprepair Curaçao.
Successful demonstration of VAMOS! technology in UKOn the 24th of October the ¡VAMOS! consortium, Advisory Board Members, and interested external parties were invited for a live demonstration of the ¡VAMOS! technology at the Imerys Minerals Ltd. test site in Lee Moor, Devon, UK.
EXMAR FSRU LOCKS IN FOR LONGEVITY WITH ECOLOCK PROTECTIONSubsea Industries has applied its hard-type Ecolock protective coating to the hull of a 26,320m³ floating storage and regasification (FSRU) unit nearing completion at a shipyard in Nantong, China.
3D printed ship’s propeller takes step closer to completionA prototype of the world’s first class approved ship’s propeller has been produced using 3D printing techniques.
Lukoil launches cylinder oil for low-sulphur fuelRussian-owned LUKOIL Marine Lubricants has launched NAVIGO MCL Extra, a marine cylinder oil for distillate, ultra-low sulphur fuel oil (0.1%) and low sulphur heavy fuel oil applications.
ACO Marine Supplies its 100th Clarimar MFACO Marine has supplied its 100th Clarimar MF wastewater treatment system in a development that confirms market acceptance of a new technology introduced little more than two years’ ago.
Thordon bearings and drydocks world team up to convert ships to seawater lubricated shaft linesThordon Bearings and Drydocks World-Dubai (DDW-D) have today signed a milestone agreement under which the UAE-based shipyard will work together with Thordon Bearings Inc. to promote the conversion of ships’ oil lubricated propeller shafts to Thordon’s COM