ABB’s Azipod set 100th cruise milestone
Azipod® propulsion, the ABB technology that has become the industry standard in the cruise segment since its launch in 1990, has secured its 100th cruise ship order, winning a contract for powering the world’s first electric hybrid icebreaker....
Shuttle tanker deals to TMC
TMC Compressors of the Seas (TMC) announced on March6 that it has won a contract from Samsung Heavy Industries Co. Ltd. to provide marine compressed air systems to four LNG-fuelled shuttle tankers the shipbuilder is constructing for Teekay Offsho...
TMC supplies compressors to SHI shuttle tankers
Norwegian equipment maker TMC Compressors announced on March 6 that it will supply marine compressed air systems to four LNG powered shuttle tankers Samsung Heavy Industries is building for Teekay Offshore. The DP2 suezmax tankers will be buil...
Major contract for battery ferries
Havyard Group will be delivering the design for seven battery-powered ferries to Fjord1, five of which will be built at the company’s own shipyard. Havyard and Fjord1 will thereby continue their partnership to achieve a green revolution on the ...
Rolls-Royce selected for new fast ferries
Rolls-Royce has been contracted to deliver Kamewa waterjet propulsion units and MTU engines for three 42m high-speed, lightweight carbon fibre ferries for operation between Hong Kong and Guangzhou, China. The vessels will be built at the Brødren...
GE to provide propulsion system to icebreaker
GE’s Marine Solutions (NYSE: GE) was chosen by ASMAR Shipyards to provide the complete scope of an integrated marine propulsion system for the Chilean Navy’s new Antarctic icebreaking Polar Class vessel. It will replace the retired icebreaker...
Stena Line introduces battery power
Stena Line announced on March 2 that it now takes the next step in the quest to test new environmentally friendly energy types for propulsion of vessels. Recently a contract was signed with Callenberg Technology Group for batteries wi...
Smart Engine in Smart Ship: WinGD-HHI collaborate
Winterthur Gas & Diesel (WinGD) and Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) Group recently signed, the first agreement of its kind to integrate their advanced digital technologies to provide greater insight and benefit to ship owners from their engine...
VIKING to announce unique Polar MES
Having recently announced that it is ‘more than ready’ to help shipowners meet the demands of the new IMO Polar Code, VIKING Life-Saving Equipment is set to announce another major innovation for those who want to stay safe while exploring Pol...
KIMFT chosen as ballast water treatment trainer
The Ministry of Oceans and Fisheries (MOF) of Korea announced on March 2 that it has designated the Korean Institute of Maritime and Fisheries Technology (KIMFT) as a professional education institute of ballast water treatment. Under the Inter...
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