- GRIEG STAR TO WORK ON INNOVATIONS WITHIN SUSTAINABLE MARITIME SERVICES
- GOVERNMENT OF AUSTRALIA ACCELERATES GREEN HYDROGEN EXPORT PROJECT
- DUTCH DRONE DELTA DELIVERED A PACKAGE TO THE INLAND VESSEL IN ROTTERDAM
- WILHELMSEN AND THYSSENKRUPP TO WORK ON 3D PRINTING FOR MARITIME SECTOR
- STENA TO USE VERY LARGE POWERBANKS AT PORTS
- FIRST HYBRID PASSENGER VESSEL OF ESTONIA STARTS SERVICE
- JAPAN'S K LINE TO TEST CO2 CAPTURE PLANT ON BOARD
- KVH INDUSTRIES UNVEILS THE NEWEST MARINE SATELLITE TV ANTENNA
- DAEWOO AND PORT OF ROTTERDAM WORK ON SMART PORT
- CHINA TO PROMOTE SMART SHIP DEVELOPMENT
- JAPAN TO WORK ON OFFSHORE WIND FARMS AT 30 SITES
- DEADLINE OF EU SHIP RECYCLING REGULATIONS IS APPROACHING
Grieg Star to work on innovations within sustainable maritime servicesA separate company called Grieg Edge, has been set up by Norwegian shipowner Grieg Star to drive innovation in sustainable maritime services.
Dutch Drone Delta delivered a package to the inland vessel in RotterdamA new trial was held on 27 September by the Dutch Drone Delta which a drone delivered a package to the Duancis inland vessel. During this operation, Duancis was traveling along the waterway near Brienenoord Island at regular speeds.
Stena to use very large powerbanks at portsA solution for the use of recycled batteries in port charging stations has been established by the Swedish Stena Group.
Japan's K Line to test CO2 capture plant on boardJapanese shipping giant Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha (K Line) plans to install a small-scale, marine-use CO2 capture demonstration plant on one of its vessels.
KVH Industries unveils the newest marine satellite TV antennaKVH Industries Inc. has introduced the newest marine satellite TV antenna in its TracVision series.
Daewoo and Port of Rotterdam work on smart portSouth Korean shipbuilder Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering will come together with the Dutch Port of Rotterdam Authority in creating the interface between a smart ship and a smart port to realize maritime digitalization.
China to promote smart ship developmentChina's Maritime Safety Administration has signed an agreement with the nation's state-owned shipbuilder to collaborate in the smart ship and maritime environmental protection sectors.
Deadline of EU Ship Recycling Regulations is approachingNew European regulations on ship recycling come into force at the end of the year, but many shipowners haven't complied yet.
Wärtsilä simulation technology for SAMKA navigation simulator and unique mathematical models have been provided by the technology company Wärtsilä to the Satakunta Applied Sciences University (SAMK) in Rauma, Finland.
E-Navigation is the Future of ShippingTrading worldwide without electronic devices is no longer an choice, young navigators and crew are turned on to digital technology and want this modern technology at their fingertips rather than the messy, cumbersome, labour-intensive and paper-intensive
After being denied entry in 2 countries, Costa Fortuna heads for SingaporeThe cruise ship Costa Fortuna will land in Singapore on March 10 after being turned away from Thailand and Malaysia ports over coronavirus alert.
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.