Norwegian operator Wallenius Wilhelmsen reactivates last three laid-up vesselsDue to a slowdown in the car carrier industry caused by the Covid-19 pandemic, Norwegian car carrier operator Wallenius Wilhelmsen is expected to reactivate the last three of its vessels that were put in cold layup last year.
Wallenius Wilhelmsen begins reactivating nine of its vesselsThe company started the process of reactivating nine vessels at the beginning of this year, after putting 15 in cold lay-up last spring.
Wallenius Wilhelmsen aims to build wind-powered ships by 2025Wallenius Wilhelmsen aims to build a wind-powered Pure Car and Truck Carrier that, compared to today's best vessels, is expected to achieve up to 90 percent reduced emissions.
Wilhelmsen and Thyssenkrupp to work on 3D printing for maritime sectorA 3D printing joint venture targeting the maritime industry is being set up by the Norwegian maritime company "Wilhelmsen" and the German industrial and technology conglomerate "thyssenkrupp".
Wilhelmsen and Hyundai Glovis to work for alternative vessel fuelsWilhelmsen and Hyundai Glovis have signed a memorandum of understanding to exchange expertise for new opportunities to shape the future of the maritime industry including research into alternative vessel fuels, such as liquefied hydrogen.