Four things you should know about offshore marine cable glan...
Cable glands are often considered as simple electrical ancillaries, but in fact they are vital components which must maintain the protection levels of the equipment to which they are attached. Failure to specify the correct type or quality of cab...
Foreship targets transparency on fuel consumption
Fresh volatility in the oil markets and the approach of a new era in ship fuel use are combining to demand more accountable vessel efficiency modelling, says Janne Niittymäki, Head of Hydrodynamics, Foreship Fuel buyers have been watchi...
Shell Marine covers lubricant options for a post-2020 world
Shell Marine’s post-2020 cylinder oil expectations are based on a defined position on marine fuel use after the IMO’s cap on sulphur content comes into play, explains Shell Marine Global Technical Manager, Dr Sara Lawrence. The choice of c...
Where is Sulphur Cap going?
The schedule of Ballast Water Management Convention (BWMC) and Sulphur Cap have been the most controversial issue in the global maritime industry in recent years. While the maritime industry struggling to salvage profitability, the implementat...
“Korean shipbuilding never doomed”
Amid the whole world suffering from low economic growth, Korean exports have been reporting negative growth for a year and a half. This is attributable to intensive competition with developing nations which are trying to catch up with Ko...
"Ways for shipbuilding and offshore players to go"
It is a pity that Korean shipbuilding·offshore plant industry is now going through hardship even though it has at one time been the country's main engine that contributes to foreign exchange earning, job creation and so on. What is wo...
“Offshore plant, essential core business”
A Korean expert has recently suggested that there is a need for identifying offshore plant industry as an essential core business to solve the problem of energy shortage. Paik Jeom-Kee, professor of Pusan National University and University Col...
Korea needs a paradigm shift
“Korea is not the only country suffering from sour economy. In industry world, as well, shipbuilding and offshore plant industries are not the only industries having tough time. Simply, the former industries are relatively more sensitive to eco...
[Feature] Why Korea failed in offshore plant?Ⅰ
With this feature series, Asiasis intends to examine root causes of Korean shipyards' fatal failure in offshore plant business and seek true solutions. [Editor's note] Reasons behind Korean shipbuilding industry having recorded greatest ever l...
[Feature] Why Korea failed in offshore plant? II
After introducing the four key contributory factors (cultural differences, practices in Korean shipbuilding industry, lack of engineering·quality management experiences and lack of EPC performance competency) that are seen to have created proble...
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