Damen refits huge windcarreir jack-up
Brave Tern, the 132-metre jack-up operated by Fred. Olsen Windcarrier AS, has completed a major crane refit at Damen Shiprepair Amsterdam. The main operation was the insertion of a 20-metre section into the main boom of the 800-tonne crane, allow...
Siemens Gamesa and Ørsted sign turbine supplier contract
Demonstrating that the offshore wind industry is gaining significant momentum in the United States, Siemens Gamesa and Ørsted today announced the signing of a subcontract to supply wind turbines for the Coastal Virginia Offshore Wind project fou...
Rolls-Royce new stabiliser for ice class ships
The latest version of Rolls-Royce stabilisation systems adds the potential for ice class ships to benefit from the company’s Stabilisation-at-Rest (SAR) concept. The SAR system, incorporated to both the Aquarius and Neptune ranges of Rolls-R...
Cobham SATCOM breaks new ground in China
Cobham SATCOM maritime antenna systems will be powering the digital connectivity on 16 dredging vessels that support the One Belt One Road Initiative, China’s ambitious port and infrastructure-building project covering much of Eurasia and parts...
Uljanik Shipyard delivered Apollo
On August 9th 2018 newbuilding 520 - Apollo, constructed by Uljanik Shipyard, was delivered to the client GeoSea Luxembourg S.A.. This is the first self-propelled platform built in Uljanik and the first highly sophisticated ship of this ...
Arcadia signs ABS asset management
Arcadia Shipmanagement Co. Ltd. selected ABS Advanced Solutions to implement an Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) Program to further enhance the reliability of its 15 tanker fleet. “Arcadia Shipmanagement Co. Ltd.’s implementation of the A...
ChartCo to announce a new integrated platform
ChartCo, the global leader in digital navigation services and voyage compliance, will announce a completely new e-navigation and compliance platform at this year’s SMM in Hamburg. ChartCo OneOcean will play an important role in how shoreside op...
Tianjin Xingang wins Kamsarmax BCs
Fortune Ocean Shipping of China has reportedly ordered Kamsarmax bulkers from its compatriot shipbuilder Tianjin Xingang Shipbuilding. According to TradeWinds, the Chinese shipowner has booked additional four 82,000 dwt bulkers at the shipyard...
Dole seeking fleet renewal in China
US agricultural giant Dole is tipped to order up to four reefers for fleet renewal, it is said. According to TradeWinds, the company has sent in inquiries for 2+2 2,500-teu containerships to multiple Chinese yards. According to the report, the...
ICBC-Vitol ink S&LB deal for tankers
ICBC Financial Leasing (ICBCFL), an affiliate of the Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC), signs a Sale and Leaseback deal with Vitol of the Netherlands, one of the largest oil traders in the world, for 11 tankers. ICBCFL seems...
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