Tanktech receives investment
Tanktech, a Korean shipbuilding and offshore equipment supplier, receives KRW 3bn (about $2.81m) in funding from the 'BK 6th shipbuilding restructuring investment association'. Busan Metropolitan City announced on March 29 that the assoc...
"Solidus is the number one threat to GTT"
Among Korea's own LNG containment solutions 'KCS', 'KC-1' and 'Solidus', a Korean industry expert has recently claimed that Solidus is the number one threat to GTT, a French LNG containment powerhouse. After a demonstration of Solidus, last Fe...
R&BD platform for Hydrogen propulsion
President Moon Jae-In have expressed a serious intention to support Busan in developing maritime technology and modernizing port of Busan on March 16. To respond to such a support, Busan Metropolitan City has formed ‘hydrogen propulsion task...
Coldharbour initiates Japanese type approval process
Coldharbour Marine, a manufacturer of ballast water treatment systems based on unique inert gas technology, has engaged Japanese classification society ClassNK to assist in the process of obtaining Japanese type approval from the Ministry of Land...
Wartsila and Crowley extend maintenance deal
The technology group Wartsila and Crowley Petroleum Services are continuing their co-operation by extending and expanding their maintenance agreement for 11 articulated tug barges (ATBs) owned and operated by US-based Crowley. An ATB has...
Marine engines from Rolls-Royce get Tier III
The latest generation of MTU’s Series 4000 engines equipped with the SCR system for ships has successfully completed the IMO Tier III certification tests. Representatives of the ABS, BV, DNVGL, KR, NK, LR and RS certification bodies initially t...
Star Bulk-Eco Marine Power form joint study group
As part of its continued focus on bringing renewable energy solutions to shipping, Eco Marine Power (EMP) announced today that it has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Star Bulk S.A. (Star Bulk) covering a joint study project focuse...
Launch of open simulation platform
New partners have joined the Open Simulation Platform (OSP) initiative, which aims to create an open source digital platform which will allow the creation of so called “digital twins” in the design of ships. The initiative was launched this w...
GTT to design for two new LNG carriers
GTT announced on March 21 that it has received an order from the Korean shipyard Hyundai Samho Heavy Industries (HSHI) for the design of the LNG tanks of two new 174,000m3 LNG carriers (LNGC). These vessels will be built on behalf of a European s...
MAN-Hyundai agree joint test venture
MAN Diesel & Turbo has announced on March 21 that it will build a new test-engine facility in collaboration with its two-stroke licensee, HHI-EMD, the engine and machinery division of Hyundai Heavy Industries. The new venture aims to expand M...
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