Cobham SATCOM enables Chinese fleet digitalisation
Enhanced crew welfare, ship security and operating efficiency are the objectives driving a 30-ship installation order secured for advanced Cobham SATCOM VSAT antenna through Chinese connectivity and network engineering partner Dalian Landsea Mari...
Navis to equip river box ships loading computers
Navis, the provider of the industry standard for loading computers for container vessels, has been selected to equip six 1,900 TEU fully cellular, gearless container vessels with MACS3 loading computers, currently being built at Nanjing-based Jin...
CMA CGM chooses BIO-SEA BWMS
A global leading operator CMA CGM decided to introduce BIO-UV Group’s BWMS product BIO-SEA into its newest 17 containership.s The nine LNG-powered 22,000-teu boxships ordered through China Shipbuilding Trading Co (CSTC) are going to equip tw...
"More supports to be made for local partners"
Choi Jong-gu, Chairman at the Financial Services Commission (FSC) of Korea, had a meeting with local shipbuilding and equipment industry players at Daehan Shipbuilding, Haenam-gun, Jeollanam-do, Korea. He said, "Some private financial companie...
Wärtsilä to assist Transocean with thruster solutions
Wärtsilä and Transocean will optimise the maintenance of all Wärtsilä thrusters installed within the Transocean fleet, while seeking to significantly reduce dry-docking costs by extending the service intervals of the thrusters. The agreemen...
Damen and parters to present marine access solution
At the end of June, Damen Shipyards Group along with Ampelmann and VEEM hosted a Marine Access Event. Over two days, delegates from both the offshore renewable and non-renewable industries had the opportunity to sail from IJmuiden in the Netherla...
GTT won order for two LNGCs
GTT has received a new order from the Korean shipyard Hyundai Samho Heavy Industries (HSHI), concerning the tank design of two LNGCs of 174,000 m3, on behalf of a European ship-owner. GTT will realize the design of the LNG tanks of both units,...
"Shrinking works is the biggest difficulty"
Gyeongnam Technopark has found that a decline in works is the biggest difficulty for shipbuilding equipment manufacturers in South Gyeongsang Province of Korea. The Korean institute has conducted consultations with them for the first hal...
Wärtsilä signs massive scrubber deal
The year 2020 is approaching along with the Sulphur cap regulation of 0.5%, putting pressure on maritime agents to decrease emissions – and to utilise new innovations for environmentally sound vessels and services in the marine industry. A majo...
Hull Vane retrofit improves OPV’s performance
CMN Shipyard in Cherbourg, France, conducted sea trials on the 13th June 2018 on the OPV Thémis from the French Coastguard (Affaires Maritimes). The patrol vessel received a hydrodynamic upgrade at the shipyard by retrofitting the patented Hull ...
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