Rolls-Royce receives AIP for hybrid tug propulsion
Rolls-Royce received Approval in Principle (AIP) from classification organization ABS for its novel hybrid propulsion system for tractor tugs. The AIP was granted following an evaluation of the world’s first hybrid tug, a unique vessel desig...
MPC exercised scrubber option
Following the announcement made on 14 November 2018, MPC Container Ships ASA (the "Company") is pleased to announce that it has exercised options to equip additional five vessels with exhaust gas cleaning systems ("scrubbers") and that charters f...
Rolls-Royce wins Ro-Ro propulsions
Rolls-Royce Commercial Marine has won a significant contract to deliver the propulsion system to nine vessels to be built by Nanjing Jinling Shipyard Co in China for the Italian Grimaldi Group. The nine 238 meter long vessels are so called Ro-...
Jeonbuk to disseminate smart factory in the region
The central and Jeonbuk government of Korea are poised to spread smart factory systems to equipment manufacturers in Jeollabuk-do (Jeonbuk), Korea. The initiative aims to empower equipment manufacturers in the region by rigging them with smart...
KOMERI supports pioneers heading Russian market
Russia Maritime Register of Shipping (RS) has approved The Korea Marine Equipment Research Institute (KOMERI) to expand its test areas to include fire control, vibration, electromagnetic compatibility, and electrical safety. This is four years...
Wärtsilä reveals high-speed compact engine
The technology group Wärtsilä strengthens its position as a global leader in the maritime markets by introducing the first Wärtsilä-branded high-speed engine. The International Workboat Show in New Orleans, USA, was the venue of the offici...
GTMaritime signs VAR agreement with Marinesat
GTMaritime has signed Marinesat as a value-added reseller to deliver its maritime-optimised communication solutions to vessels in China and other markets. The agreement with Marinesat is GTMaritime’s first partnership within the Chinese market....
"Running engines by rotten fish"
Norwegian cruise operator Hurtigruten has released a massive refit plan for its cruise fleet. The plan envisions refits of six ships out of the company’s 17-strong fleet during three years of the period, investing around $826m. After the refit ...
KOMERI sings for technology transfer
The Korea Marine Equipment Research Institute (KOMERI) Jeonnam branch and Easy System signed technology transfer agreement on November 23. The ceremony presented delegates from KOMERI, Easy Systems, and the Korea Industrial Complex Corporation...
KR released BWMS technical guide
Korean Register of Shipping (KR) announced on November 28 that it published a technical guide for the installation and operation of BWMS. The industry has pointed out the lack of an integrated tech guide for BWMS, which should be installed by ...
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