BMEA invites players to OK 2018
Busan Marine Equipment Association (BMEA) is opening Busan pavilion in the 4th Offshore Korea 2018 (OK 2018), which will take place at Busan on October 10-12, to support Busan equipment industry. The pavilion will invite around 20 companies wi...
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...
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...
KOMERI supports EGCS tests
The Korea Marine Equipment Research Institute (KOMERI) is supporting Korean equipment industry by providing supports for verification tests of exhaust gas cleaning system, or, EGCS. A team at KOMERI Busan R&D headquarter has various testin...
CSSC welcomes feat of CMS
China State Shipbuilding Corporation Limited (CSSC) has welcomed the rapid growth of its exclusive marine equipment service platform, CSSC Marine Service Co.,Ltd, (CMS), during its first twelve months of trading. Increasing demand for services...
Prysmian supplies cable system to Belgian OWF
NSW, a subsidiary of General Cable which recently became part of Prysmian Group, has been awarded a contract by Northwester NV for the development of a submarine inter-array power cable system for the Northwester 2 offshore wind farm, located in ...
Navig8 newbuildings feature scrubber systems
Navig8 Group of the UK, which is known to have booked a total of 16 mid and large sized product carriers at New Times Shipbuilding of China, announced on August 4 that it took the delivery of the first unit among eight 110,600-dwt units, Navig8 P...
GTT sees 12% upturn in 1H revenue
Gaztransport & Technigaz (GTT) of France has recently released its 1H business results and announced that the company saw net profit of EUR 75.7m (approximately $87.83m) from January to June this year, up by over 20% over the same period in t...
Sejin Heavy to benefit from LPG rally
Japan is increasing US LPG import. The import volume, which started to increase in 2013, has exceeded import from the Middle East since 2017. As of June this year, US LPG import already reached 6.9m tons, exceeding last year’s annual volume, 6....
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