Hyundai Materials' scrubber chosen by Ciner
Hyundai Materials Corporation, a Korean post-cleaning system provider, has recently announced that it signed a letter of intent (LOI) with Ciner on July 31 for providing SOx scrubbers for 19 vessels. Since its establishment in 201...
JUNG-WOO nets Keppel deal for LNG fuel supply system
JUNG-WOO ENE, a Korean expert in LNG and cryogenic equipment field, has recently announced that it signed a contract with Singapore's Keppel Corporation for supplying systems for LNG-powered ships exclusively at the end of July. The comp...
15 years of maritime battery research completed
Project partners Eidesvik Offshore, Wärtsilä Norway and DNV GL have announced the closure of the FellowSHIP research project. The cooperation has explored the use of battery, hybrid and fuel cell technology in the maritime industry for over 15 ...
Cruise industry embraces transcritical CO2 technology
International technology group GEA signed a contract for its new transcritical CO2 industrial refrigeration technology, with P&O Cruises, part of Carnival Corporation & PLC, the world’s largest commercial cruise ship operator. The green...
CMA CGM and VIKING work together for better safety
Thinking big When your fleet has a large number of vessels, including some of the world’s biggest container ships, and you operate some 200 shipping routes to visit almost all of the important commercial ports, it’s the Big Picture that re...
Vale chose scrubber solution for VLOC fleet
Brazilian mining giant Vale chose scrubber for its VLOC fleet to respond to 2020 regulation. Vale commented that scrubber is the most feasible solution compared to low-sulfur oil and LNG. Currently, 47 units of 325,000-dwt VLOCs and one 400...
KOMERI talks with Concern Morinsis-Agat
The Korea Marine Equipment Research Institute (KOMERI) and the Korea Marine Equipment Association (KOMEA) had a meeting with Concern Morinsis-Agat JSC, an umbrella organization in the Russian shipbuilding industry, in Moscow, Russia, on July 20 i...
Japan Engine Corporation equips Mitsubishi newbuilding
In June this year the M/V “FUJIKI”, Ro-Ro vessel, owned by Fujitrans Corporation, built at Mitsubishi Shipbuilding Co., Ltd. , enter into service fitted with the Main Engine 10UEC50LSE-Eco-B1 produced by Japan Engine Corporation (J-ENG). A...
KIMM-DSME join hands for cryogenic technology
The Korea Institute of Machinery and Materials (KIMM) signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (DSME) for developing technologies of next-generation cryogenic plant on July 27. Under the MOU,...
Wärtsilä secures new engine deal
The technology group Wärtsilä has received a series of notable orders for the upgraded version of its Wärtsilä 20 engine. A total of 33 engines have been ordered for merchant auxiliary power application in three major shipbuilding projects. T...
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