Alfa Laval BlueBox: solution for oily water
Non-compliant discharge of oily water continues to be an environmental threat – and an expensive headache for the marine industry. With the tamper-proof Alfa Laval BlueBox SA, a stand-alone oil content monitor and data recorder, Alfa Laval is p...
SEA/LNG voices support for IMO fuel ban
SEA/LNG, the multi-sector industry coalition aiming to accelerate the widespread adoption of liquefied natural gas (LNG) as a marine fuel, today voiced its support for the carriage ban on non-compliant fuels proposed by the IMO when the 0.50% sul...
Cobham transformational maritime antenna
Satellite 2018 marks the launch of Cobham SATCOM’s Sea Tel 9711 Triband maritime antenna system, which leverages unique technology and capabilities from global communications company Viasat Inc. (Nasdaq: VSAT). The Sea Tel 9711 Triband is the w...
New AIS transponders for workboat
For the first time at Asia Pacific Maritime, Ocean Signal is introducing the ATA100 Class A and ATB1 Class B AIS transponders as fully compliant solutions to increase visibility, aid collision-avoidance and enhance navigational safety for a range...
Tanker orderbook shrunk by 35%
It is said that the tanker orderbook reaches bottom after 2013 with low new order intake while completion and delivery stay solid. According to Clarksons Research, the global orderbook of tankers contains 67.2m dwt, 632 units, which is 35% les...
AVIC Dingheng bags tanker sextet
China’s AVIC Dingheng Shipbuilding has recently bagged an order for six 3,600 dwt chemical tankers from GEFO shipping-group of Germany. According to industry sources and foreign presses, the new vessels are slated for delivery frim 202...
Oshima strengthening domestic presence
In Japanese shipbuilding industry during 2017, Imabari Shipbuilding maintained the first place with 3.94m gt (81 units) in terms of completion (gt), followed by Japan Marine United (JMU)’s 2.09m gt (26 units). According to local media Marine...
Gunsan Shipbuilding & Offshore Engineering Association forme
Gunsan Shipbuilding & Offshore Engineering Association held an inaugural assembly on March 14 at Gunsan. The Association is formed to cope with the slump after the shutdown of Hyundai Heavy Industry’s Gunsan yard and to diversify busines...
STX Heavy buyers selected
After a main tender for the sale of its engine and equipment and plants businesses, STX Heavy Industries announced on March 14 that its compatriot private equity firms Pine Tree Partners and Global SeAH have been chosen as final buyers. The M&...
Sungdong/STX workers hold rally
Workers from Sungdong Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering and STX Offshore & Shipbuilding (STX O&S) had a mass rally on March 14 at Gwanghwamun, Seoul, Korea, calling on the government to revive the two financially troubled shipbuilders.&...
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