Being prepared: Cybersecurity is a featured topic at SMM
Enhancing transparency, boosting efficiency: big data has arrived in the shipping industry. But besides opportunities, network integration also harbours risks. At MS&D, the International Conference on Maritime Security and Defence, experts wi...
Wärtsilä-CSSC as Winterthur global service providers
To extend their global service offerings, Winterthur Gas & Diesel (WinGD), recently signed agreements with Wärtsilä Services and CSSC Marine Service Co. Ltd. (CMS) as Authorized Global Service Providers. With these new agreements, valid ...
DFDS is stepping up digitally
In 2018, DFDS will invest in further development of digital capabilities to enhance the customer experience and gain operational efficiencies. This is expected to entail additional costs of around DKK 100m as well as increased investments. Fol...
Wattentaxi equipped with COBRA battery
Innovative ideas for the Wadden Sea - with the new Wattentaxi, locals and visitors to the region have recently been able to make their individual travel arrangements for the first time. The modern ship operated by Watten Fährlinien GmbH impresse...
The tall ship that harnesses wind
Next year, the Norwegian sail-training ship Statsraad Lehmkuhl will be able to cruise out of Bergen harbour without any greenhouse gas emissions, thanks to a hybrid power system from Rolls-Royce. Norway’s state-owned company Enova is providing ...
Marlink doubles the speed for Sealink VSAT customers
Marlink announced on February 21 that its customers using the popular Sealink Allowances maritime VSAT service plans can now enjoy without any extra-charge a burst rate, or Maximum Information Rate (MIR), up to 6 Mbps. Providing even faster conne...
Fluor Starts FEED for Thailand FSRU
Fluor announced on February 21 that it has started the front-end engineering and design work for Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand’s (EGAT) planned floating storage regasification unit (FSRU) and associated facilities in the upper Gu...
THHE moves into shipbuilding sector
Malaysia's oil/gas plant manufacturer TH Heavy Engineering Bhd (THHE) plans to shift its core business from the upstream sector of the oil to shipbuilding and ship repair. At THHE's recent extraordinary general meeting, CEO Suhaimi Badrul Jami...
SembMarine topped LNGC repairing
It emerged that Sembcorp Marine (SembMarine) of Singapore has been chosen as the performer in the global LNG carrier repairing market last 2017. During a briefing regarding the company's 2017 business results, recently, CEO Wong W...
"Boxship orders boost in Feb"
After times of lagging contracts since December, 2015, the global new containership order sales market has seen a rebound trend this month. Maersk Lines has recently revealed that the Danish shipping giant exercised an option for two 15,...
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