New JDP looks to drive marine battery safety and adoption
Classification society DNV GL has announced on March 9 the launch of a Joint Development Project (JDP), designed to advance the understanding of the use of lithium-ion batteries in the shipping industry. More than a dozen partners from the entire...
Baldor Electric Company is now ABB
Integration is significant step in ABB’s Next Level strategy, rebranding begins March 2018 ABB integrated the Baldor Electric Company name into its global ABB brand as a part of its Next Level strategy, which includes harmonizing different A...
MV Werften starts construction of Global class ship
Accompanied by the sound of ships’ horns, construction work began on the first Global Class ship today. The Minister President of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Manuela Schwesig, and the Chairman and CEO of Genting Hong Kong, Tan Sri Lim Kok Thay, lau...
Scotline orders another newbuild in holland
Scotline announced on March 9 the signing of a contract with Royal Bodewes Group BV in Holland to build one 4785 DWAT Bodewes Trader, with the option of a second vessel. The vessel will the latest vessel to adopt the name Scot Carrier and will ha...
NYK-JMU develop highly efficient ship propeller
Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha (NYK), MTI Co. Ltd., and Japan Marine United Corporation (JMU) announced on March 8 that they have successfully developed a highly efficient propeller by analyzing the conditions surrounding vessel propellers in actu...
Danelec and NAPA to offer complete IoT cloud
Danelec Marine, the manufacturer of Voyage Data Recorders (VDRs), ECDIS and ship-to-shore data solutions, has teamed up with global maritime software, services and data analysis provider NAPA to deliver a complete cloud-based Internet of Things (...
STX's fuel cell system approved
STX Heavy Industries announced on March 12 that the Korean company attained the 'KGS AB934' certification from the Korea Gas Safety Corporation (KGS) for its in-house developed solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) system (model name: encube). The co...
Southeast coasts invite for export conference
Gyeongnam Provincial Government announced that it will hold an export conference to revitalize depressed local shipbuilding industry. The conference is jointly held on June 28 by Gyeongnam, Busan, and Ulsan with support from Small and Medium B...
HHM abandons five VLCC options
Hyundai Merchant Marine (HMM) is said to have abandoned its options for new very large crude carriers (VLCCs). According to industrial sources, HMM has decided not to exercise additional five options which were attached to an earlier agreement...
Russia declares developing Arctic sea routes
Russia showed its intention to increase ship traffic along the Northern Sea Route (NSR) tenfold by 2025. In his annual state of the nation speech, at the beginning of the month, Russia's President Vladimir Putin pointed out the importance of b...
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