Ideas gathered for economical LNG retrofit
Nanyang Technological University (NTU) of Singapore, DNV GL, and Shell have jointly held a contest for more economical LNG retrofit for ships, to select winners recently. The contest named as ‘Low-Cost LNG Retrofit (LCLR) Challenge’ was jo...
GTT-DSEC to cooperate for Shell Prelude
GTT has selected DSEC to collaborate on the GTT Support Services related to the Membrane Cargo Containment System (CCS) of the Shell – operated Prelude FLNG facility. This agreement associating GTT and DSEC’s capabilities for maintenance a...
World's first electric freefall lifeboat floats
Torqeedo provided the integrated propulsion system for the world’s first electric-powered freefall lifeboat, which is being built by the Dutch builder Verhoef. The vessel recently passed its final drop tests, making it the first fully functiona...
ClassNK launches Cyber Security Management System
Leading Classification Society ClassNK has released its Cyber Security Management System for Ships. As part of the ClassNK Cyber Security Series, ClassNK regularly releases guidelines and standards that outline cyber security measures ba...
Thordon seals won Canadian approval
Thordon Bearings has received a Canadian Coast Guard contract to supply six award-winning SeaThigor shaft seals for retrofit installation to three purpose-built icebreakers. The 5,910grt CCGS Pierre Radisson, named after the 17th-century Frenc...
PANASIA won its third IR52 Jang Young Sil Award
Korean marine equipment specialist PANASIA’s scrubber, ‘PaSOx Smart v2.0’ gave the company another ‘IR52 Jang Young-Shil Award’ by the Ministry of Science and ICT (MSIT). PANASIA has won the prize three times since 2011 when its BWMS...
Havyard acquires BWTS provider
Norwegian shipbuilder Havyard Group sells its fishing boat solution arm and acquires a ballast water treatment system (BWTS) provider. Havyard Group announced through a regulatory filing on April 14 that the group will purchase MMC First Proce...
Danfoss powers Denmark's first new hybrid ferry
Danfoss Editron has provided the hybrid electric drivetrain system powering a new ferry connecting the communities of Thyborøn and Agger in north west Denmark. The ferry, which was delivered by the country’s Søby Værft shipyard, was ordered ...
Survitec SOLAS 360 attracting interests
Maritime safety equipment supplier Survitec has registered increased interest in its SOLAS 360 service in the run up to the entry-into-force of amendments to SOLAS. The SOLAS 360 service, launched last year to ease the operational burden of sh...
Wärtsilä Transverse Thrusters in cruises
During the past year, the technology group Wärtsilä has received orders to supply more than sixty of its transverse thrusters for twelve new cruise ships being built in four shipyards on behalf of six different owners. This represents the domin...
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