Wärtsilä: World’s first Autodocking successfully tested
The technology group Wärtsilä announced on April 26 that it has successfully carried out testing of its innovative autodocking technology. The tests were carried out with the ‘Folgefonn’, an 83-metre long ferry owned by leading Norwegian op...
GTT-SEMBCORP tie for containment system
GTT announced on April 25 that it has signed a Technical Assistance and License Agreement (TALA) with Singapore-based Sembcorp Marine for the design and construction of Sembcorp Marine’s Gravifloat, FSRU and mid-scale LNG carrier products, usin...
Klaveness Combination Carriers established
Klaveness, together with its existing investors, announced on April 26 that they constitute Klaveness Combination Carriers. The new company will be the leading owner and operator of modern combination carriers and provides the most environmentall...
ClassNK Electronic Certificate System wins award
Leading classification society ClassNK received the Technical Innovation Award at Seatrade Maritime Awards Asia 2018 held at Marina Bay Sands, of Singapore on 25 April for developing and introducing its electronic certificate system to the indust...
Cox Powertrain: first Asian distributor confirmed
British diesel outboard innovator, Cox Powertrain, has signed an agreement with SoungJin Marine Co. Ltd. to act as distributor for its 300hp diesel outboard engine in South Korea. The South Korean company is the first Asian distributor to be c...
BV introduces My Fuel Consumption
Bureau Veritas further expands its support to shipowners and the industry with the introduction of the first phase of My Fuel Consumption - a cloud-based and secure web application available for use on desktop, mobile and tablet. My Fuel Consum...
SHI makes $44.34m loss in 1Q
Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI) announced through a regulatory filing on April 27 that it posted a revenue of KRW 1.2408trn (approximately $1.156bn), representing a 49.1% year-on-year decrease, and an operating loss of KRW 47.8bn, shifting from a ...
CSSC Jiangnan nets Ghanaian FRU
CSSC affiliated Jiangnan Shipyard is learned to secure an order for one FRU from Ghana. The 20,000-cbm FRU for future LNG import project cost $75-80m, it is said. The industry sources said that while the final contract is not yet signed, th...
Yang Ming selects two partner shipowners
It seems that Japan's Shoei Kisen and Greece's Costamare have been chosen as winners of Yang Ming Marine Transport's tender for building and chartering new containerships. In the bid, according to broker industrial source and foreign press, ea...
Japan seeks partners for LNG-fueled ship project
The Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transportation and Tourism (MLIT) of Japan has recently announced that it recruits partners from April 24 to May 24 for a pilot project that aims to introduce LNG-fueled ships. In cooperation with the Mini...
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