Three suspects arrested and charged for STX explosion
Three personnel of STX Offshore & Shipbuilding are arrested and charged for the fatal explosion On August 20, which killed four workers. Changwon District Prosecutors' Office’s Public Security Department arrested two personnel from STX...
MacGregor celebrates opening of its Head office in Singapore
MacGregor, part of Cargotec, announced plans in September to establish its Head office in Singapore and ending a period of more than three years of having operated with a virtual head office. To celebrate the opening of the Singapore head offi...
Hyosung Info supplies storage to DSME
Hyosung Information Systems (HIS) announced on November 13 that the Korean IT-specialized company supplied its high-end storage solution 'Hitachi VSP G1500' to Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (DSME). Hitachi VSP G1500 is the high-...
HHI Group appoints top executives
Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) Group announced on 14 changes in its top executives. With the change, Chairman Choi Kil-Sun is now appointed as Advisor, while Kwon Oh-Gap, Vice-chairman, resigns from the Presidency. Now Kang Hwan-Goo will lead ...
Skangas and Titan LNG increase security of LNG Supply
Skangas of Norway recently announced that the company and Titan LNG based in The Netherlands have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU). The two companies will cooperate on serving marine Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) customers. For ship opera...
DNV GL improves Hapag-Lloyd's cruise
DNV GL announced on November 9 that design changes made as a result of working with DNV GL has resulted in projected annual fuel savings of more than ten per cent for the new Hapag-Lloyd Cruises passenger expedition ships. The two vessels, HANSEA...
Developing hydrogen-fueled ship accelerated
Norway, Australia and Japan are making efforts to raise their competitiveness in the supply of hydrogen, the construction of hydrogen carriers and hydrogen-fueled ships. According to industrial sources and foreign presses, Australia has set up...
LR and the University of York announce partnership
Lloyd's Register Foundation announced on November 9 that it and the University of York are to spearhead a £12m programme looking at the safety of robotics and autonomous systems (RAS). RAS are likely to become pervasive, including driverless ...
Carnival-Shell agrees on LNG bunkering
Carnival Cruise Line announced on November 8 that the company and energy major Shell signed an LNG bunkering contract for its two cruise ships. Through this contract, Shell will supply LNG fuel to the first fully LNG-powered cruise ships, whic...
Korea to enact 'eco-friendly ship law'
Kim Sung-Chan, a congressman from the Agriculture, Food, Rural Affairs, Oceans, and Fisheries Committee of Korea, held a public hearing on enactment of 'a law on development and promotion of eco-friendly ship' on November 10 at National Assembly ...
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