JMS designs 53 foot tankship with diesel outboard propulsion
JMS Naval Architects announced on March 3 that it has designed a self-propelled, 10,000 gallon, USCG Inspected, double-hull tankship for Intracoastal Marine Fuel (IMF) of Jupiter, Florida. The tankship design is unique for its compact s...
Bulkers are slow on eco-friendly technology
It emerged that the share of bulkers adopted green technology in the current fleet powered by alternative fuels is less than 0.1%. According to Clarksons Research, the global bulker fleet accounts for around 12,344 vessels ...
KSOE-KR develop hydrogen carrier standard
Korea Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (KSOE) has joined hands with the Korean Register of Shipping (KR) for developing world’s first international standard for hydrogen carrier. The shipbuilding holding entity of ...
HMD bags additional LPGC duo
Greece’s Evalend Shipping seems to have ordered two additional LPG carriers from Hyundai Mipo Dockyard (HMD). According to industrial source and TradeWinds, the Korean shipbuilder has been awarded 40,000 cbm LPG...
KOGAS-HHI sign deal for LNGBV
It turned out that the Korea LNG Bunkering Industry Association, a unit of the Korea Gas Corporation (KOGAS) signed a contract for the construction of a 7,500 cbm LNG bunkering vessel (LNGBV) with Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI). ...
Uptrend in containership orders
The global shipbuilders have been awarded orders for the construction of containerships for the last several months. The surge has continued this year with 1.7m teu contracted in under five months to 18 February, compared w...
HHI in talks for six boxships
Wan Hai Lines is to carry out a newbuilding project worth over $1.1bn. According to industrial source and TradeWinds, the Taiwanese containership operator has been in talks with Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) on the constru...
Ferus Smit's tanker launched
Ferus Smit announced on March 1 that Nb. 451 was successfully – digitally – launched at the Leer yard of Ferus Smit. Nb. 451, named as ‘Thun Equality’ is the third ship in a series of new oil/chemica...
Sølvtrans invests in live fish carrier fleet
Kongsberg Maritime (KM) announced on March 2 that it has signed a NOK 70 million contract with Norwegian shipyard Myklebust Verft to design and equip a new Live Fish Carrier (LFC) for live fish transportation company Sølvtrans. I...
KOMERI joins hands with SHI for green technology
The Korean Marine Equipment Research Institute (KOMERI) and Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI) announced on February 25 that they entered into an agreement for researching and developing eco-friendly smart vessel and equipment. ...
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