Japan's poor export ship orders continued
Japan's new export ship orders stands at 18 units of a combined 580,000 gt (300,000 cgt) in total last July, down by 41% year-on-year in terms of gt. Shipyards in the country has seen poor order intakes from the second quarter after showing an up...
MAN PrimeServ won RoPax conversion work
MAN PrimeServ, the after-sales division of MAN Energy Solutions, has won the contract to convert two RoPax ferries from Spanish operator, Baleària Eurolineas Maritimas, S.A., to dual-fuel operation. Sister ships, the ‘Nápoles’ and ‘Sic...
NAPA brings digital logbooks for more ships
NAPA, the leading maritime software, services and data analysis provider announced that its industry-benchmark electronic logbook, NAPA Logbook, is now available as a monthly service solution. This reduced barrier to entry will bring the connecti...
SMM steers towards digitalisation
Across the maritime industry, the digitalisation process is in full swing. Most companies involved in shipping, shipbuilding and related disciplines are busily investigating ways of using smart solutions to improve efficiency and sustainability, ...
MacGregor introduces new digital solution at SMM
MacGregor, part of Cargotec, will introduce a pioneering new digital solution - set to change the face of breakbulk stowage - at this year's SMM exhibition. Alongside this, MacGregor has developed other elements of its digital portfolio, MacGrego...
Ocean Installer awarded first contract in China
Ocean Installer has been awarded a contract for 3rd Party Verification and Engineering Support work for the Liuhua 29-1 Gas Field Development located in the South China Sea. The work scope encompasses 3rd party verification of detailed design ...
Gibdock completes BWTS retrofit
Now that the IMO’s Ballast Water Management Convention has entered into force, more shipowners than ever before are actively looking at the installation of ballast water treatment systems onboard their vessels. Gibraltar-based Gibdock has the s...
Selektope launches dissolvable biocide packaging system
I-Tech AB has developed a new ‘drop-in, dust-free’ dissolvable packaging system to enhance the way the antifouling active agent Selektope® is added to marine coatings during the manufacturing process. The expanded polystyrene (EPS) contai...
Dellner to launch braking system at SMM 2018
Dellner Brakes is launching a brand new range of ‘plug and play’ electrohydraulic braking systems at this year’s SMM in Hamburg, combining the very best of Swedish and German engineering, from Dellner Brakes and sister company Pintsch Buben...
Odfjell loaded for new drilling rig
Odfjell Drilling of Norway is said to have secured enough capital to fund the newbuilding of its semi-submersible drilling rig Deepsea Nordkapp, which is under construction at Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI). According to the industry and forei...
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