Foreship targets transparency on fuel consumption
Fresh volatility in the oil markets and the approach of a new era in ship fuel use are combining to demand more accountable vessel efficiency modelling, says Janne Niittymäki, Head of Hydrodynamics, Foreship Fuel buyers have been watchi...
Spliethoff group prepares for 2020 sulphur cap
On 26 June Spliethoff’s mv Floragracht left the BLRT shipyard in Klaipeda, Lithuania, where she was outfitted with an exhaust gas cleaning system (scrubber). In the coming period thirty more vessels of Dutch ship owner Spliethoff Group will fol...
WinGD celebrates order for 100th X-DF engine
Only five years after the launch of the X-DF engine, WinGD is pleased to announce they have secured an order for their 100th X-DF engine. The award-winning technology developed by WinGD has demonstrated, on tests and engines currently in opera...
ClassNK grants AIP to new bulker design
Leading Classification Society ClassNK granted an Approval in Principle (AIP) based on its Rule Part GF which adopts IGF Code (regulation for ships using low-flashpoint fuels) to NYK Line and Japan Marine United (JMU) for their joint project on t...
Siemens Gamesa ties with local suppliers
Siemens Gamesa is seeking to foster the development of its Basque-based suppliers by rolling out a plan to support and propel their penetration of new markets by unlocking competitiveness gains and enhancing their productive processes. The compan...
ADNOX: modern approach to NOx reduction
ADNOX A/S, the R&D start-up in which Hans Jensen Lubricators A/S recently acquired the majority stake, has released details of their Advanced Diesel NOx reduction method, “ADNOX”. The ADNOX System is a SCR system using diesel oil as reduc...
WMU celebrates 35 years
Alongside the 70th anniversary of the International Maritime Organization (IMO), in 2018, the World Maritime University (WMU) is celebrating 35 years. WMU has made a major contribution to global maritime education, research and capacity building....
Vestdavit multi-boat handling system secures US patent
Vestdavit has secured a patent from the United States Patent and Trademark Office for MissionEase which protects the multi-boat handling system’s unique mode of operation from plagiarism. Boat-handling specialist Vestdavit has developed Miss...
Norway to track plastic in oceans
The Institute of Marine Research, shipowner Torvald Klaveness, KONGSBERG and the Norwegian Shipowners’ Association have entered into a public-private partnership to develop a pilot project with the aim of mapping marine plastic and other enviro...
Pistiolis orders additional Suezmax TK duo from HHI
Greek shipowner Evangelos Pistiolis is said to have ordered additional Suezmax tankers from Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI). According to TradeWinds and industrial source, it seems that the two 158,000 dwt tankers are an exercised option which ...
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