GTT wins order from HHI for LNGC tank design
On June 19th, 2018, GTT announced that it has received an order from South Korean shipyard Hyundai Heavy Industries to design the tanks of a new 174,000 cbm LNG carrier on behalf of Greek ship-owner Thenamaris. The vessel’s delivery is...
KOMERI grants aid to LNG bunkering entrepreneurs
The Korea Marine Equipment Research Institute (KOMERI) Ulsan branch, Gyeongnam Technopark, and Changwon National University have been organizing ‘2018 export promotion for LNG equipment.’ The promotion is aiming to support local LNG bunker...
ABB brings efficiency to newbuild Indian ferries
ABB signs contract with Cochin Shipyard Ltd, the largest shipbuilding and maintenance facility in India, to deliver a first-ever integrated power and automation package to an Indian shipowner. ABB’s contract with Cochin Shipyard Ltd covers t...
Marlink boosts satellite capacity for Indian Ocean
Marlink has boosted satellite capacity in the Indian Ocean and around the Falkland Islands with specific focus on delivering reliable, high bandwidth VSAT services to commercial fishing vessels. The new capacity is already enabling impro...
KOTRA holds business consultation in China
The Korea Trade-Investment Promotion Agency (KOTRA) announced on June 20 that it will hold an equipment business consultation meeting in Dalian, China, jointly with the Busan Marine Equipment Association (BMEA), on June 21. Contract mana...
"LNG fuel tank business emerging"
LNG is expected to gain stream quickly in ship fuel sector against a backdrop of the IMO global sulfur cap rule, which requires shipowners to burn 0.5% sulfur-compliant bunker fuel compared with 3.5% sulfur currently. According to Park M...
TMC to equip LNGCs built by HHI
TMC Compressors of the Seas (TMC) announced on June that it has signed a contract to supply a complete marine compressed air system and associated equipment to three LNG carriers that Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) is building for TMS Cardiff Gas...
Volvo Penta to electrify marine segment
With the aim of becoming a driving force in sustainable power solutions, Volvo Penta is going full charge into hybrid and all-electric drivelines, offering electrified solutions in both its marine and industrial segments by 2021. On June 11, V...
KOMERI donates ship switchboard for education
The Korea Marine Equipment Research Institute (KOMERI) and the Korea Maritime and Ocean University (KMOU) hosted a ship switchboard donation ceremony on June 19 at the international conference hall of the KMOU, Busan Metropolitan City, Korea.&nbs...
Scrubber usage on increase
As the International Maritime Organization's (IMO's) global sulfur cap is just a year and a half away, shipowners have been increasingly active in the scrubber installation. Last May, according to DNV GL, the number of ships with SOx scrubber ...
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