Philly Shipyard halts TOTE containership project
Reference is made to a release on January 26 by TOTE where the company announced that its plans to enter the U.S. mainland to Hawai’i containership service are on hold as a result of its Phase 1 technical review of Piers 1 and 2 in Honolulu Har...
Amsterdam-Titan LNG sign rental agreement
Port of Amsterdam and Titan LNG announced on January 26 that they have signed a long-term contract for the “home” location of Titan’s bunkering pontoon: the FlexFueler001. This pontoon will be the first of its kind in Europe providing easy,...
Japanese outfits begin joint discussions on LNG bunkering
Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha, Ltd. (Head office: Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo; President & CEO: Eizo Murakami; hereinafter “K” Line), Chubu Electric Power Co., Inc. (Head office: Higashi-ku, Nagoya; President & Director: Satoru Katsuno; hereinafter Chu...
Two-year ship trial confirms Selektope antifouling
A twenty-four-month trial of a hull coating containing the bio-repellent active agent Selektope® on a 46,067dwt chemical and products carrier has confirmed the antifouling ingredient’s hard fouling prevention power, I-Tech announced on Janua...
Interspill 2018: London to host Interspill 2018
Now in its 20th year, and following a highly successful and well-received 2015 event in Amsterdam, this year’s industry-leading Interspill oil spill conference and exhibition is due to be held at the ExCeL in London, running between March 13-15...
Kongsberg: Simwave Maritime Center opens
Simwave B.V. and Kongsberg Digital announced on January 29 that they have successfully completed the Site Acceptance Test (SAT) of one of the largest, most advanced maritime simulation suites ever delivered. The successful SAT, which took place o...
BrandSafway acquires Venko Groep BV
Brand Industrial Services, known as BrandSafway, has acquired Venko Groep BV, a portfolio company of Mentha Capital, effective January 1, 2018. Moving forward, the company will operate as Venko, A BrandSafway Company and become a part of Brand Ener...
Fukuoka takes over Watanabe Shipyard
It turned out that Fukuoka Shipbuilding took over Watanabe Shipyard. Fukuoka accepted the succession of Watanabe Shipyard's business after buying all the shares in the shipyard on January 5, a Japan's local media reported. The two companies...
SUMEC acquires Dayang Shipbuilding
A new joint venture (JV) of SUMEC Group, a Jiangsu-based machinery manufacturer, takes over insolvent Yangzhou Dayang Shipbuilding. According to foreign presses and industrial sources, the new company Yangzhou Binjiang Shipbuilding...
YZJ nets two Hong Kong boxships
Hong Kong-listed SITC International Holding Company announced on January 26 that it exercised an option for two feeder containers it holds at a Chinese yard. The company has ordered two new 2,400-teu containerships at Yangzijiang Shipbuilding ...
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