KOBC signs MOU with VesselsValue
Korea Ocean Business Corporation (KOBC) is tieing with a global specialist agency to enhance its vessel valuation service for shipowners and banks. KOBC signed an MOU on cooperation in vessel valuation services with VesselsValue, a UK maritime...
Wärtsilä to provide support to Tokyo LNG Tanker
The technology group Wärtsilä has signed a long-term Wärtsilä Optimised maintenance solution with Japanese LNG shipowner Tokyo LNG Tanker Co. Ltd, a subsidiary of Tokyo Gas. The solution will support the customer in a range of maintenance nee...
'Smart Maritime Council' formed for better compati...
Representatives from major maritime technology companies and related industry stakeholders gathered in London today for the inaugural meeting of the Smart Maritime Council, a new initiative created by the Smart Maritime Network to support collabo...
K-Line launches drone inspection
Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha, Ltd., (hereinafter referred to as “K” LINE) announced the launching of a development project using an innovative method for ship hull inspection and maintenance by a drone and image analysis system jointly with TECHNOS ...
IMO to insert exemption clauses in HFO ban
IMO’s recent meeting approved policies to allow the use of conventional HFO after January 1, 2020, if the concerns about the safety and quality of compliant fuel are legitimate and valid. Recently concerns are spreading in the market that ca...
EPIK-Hyundai tie for FSRU venture
Korean startup EPIK (Energy Projects and Infrastructure Korea) and Hyundai LNG Shipping have formed a strategic partnership to cooperate in global FSRU projects. EPIK Managing Director Jee Yoon commented that the partnership would be a signifi...
ICS: FONARs are ‘NOT A FREE PASS’
The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) has welcomed the decision in principle by the UN IMO that safety or operational concerns about the quality of low sulphur fuels may, in exceptional circumstances, be a valid reason for shipowners to be ...
Japan to suggest controls on ship speed
The Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transportation and Tourism (MLIT) of Japan plans to make a proposal for the introduction of controls on ship speed and output, with the goal of achieving 40% carbon emissions reduction in global shipping indu...
Rotterdam witnessing growing attraction on LNG fuel
Europe’s largest bunkering hub Port of Rotterdam is witnessing a decreasing appetite for bunker oil and increasing demand for LNG fuel at the same time. The Port of Rotterdam Authority recently revealed a statistics, which says its marine bu...
Crowley christens LNG-Powered MV Taíno
Crowley Maritime Corp. christened the U.S.-flag combination container/roll on-roll off (ConRo) ship MV Taíno today in San Juan, where the company’s investments have ushered in a new era of world-class supply chain services in the U.S. mainland...
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