- Large Companies Target Energy Independent Electric Vehicles
- Crestron, Hatteras, and AHT Global Partner to Deliver a Range of Premium AV for Motor Yachts
- Hong Kong and UK commit to stronger maritime relationship
- Cost-effective, chemical-free biological sewage treatment for marine applications
- Sea Machines Launches 1st Autonomy Product for the Marine Market
- Young professionals say London shipping must be adaptable and competitive
- David Hammond retires as ceo of human rights at sea
- Momentum continues with strong sales figures for Sunseeker international, britain’s biggest boat builder
- Dubai Maritime City Authority highlights Dubai's achievements to the globe at London International Shipping Week 2017
- Carnival Corporation Begins Construction of World's First Fully LNG-Powered Cruise Ship
Equipment and Services
Norway’s TTS supply first of four shipsets of TTS deck equipment to COSCO/Shanghai Shipyard in a deal signed in 2015.
Leading maritime communication company Marlink has added the first out of four additional Stena Line ships to its multi-band communications network.
Wärtsilä has signed a contract with Construcciones Navales del Norte SL (LaNaval) shipyard in Sestao, Spain for the design and supply of the LNG power and propulsion installation for a new RoRo passenger ferry, with an option for a second vessel. The ship is being built for Spanish owner Baleària, a leading operator serving the Balearic Islands. Wärtsilä will also provide inclusive project support services to the yard, including integration engineering and on-site consulting, as well as commissioning of the combined systems. The contract with Wärtsilä was signed in August 2016.
MacGregor, part of Cargotec, has won Pusnes deck machinery orders for a new series of 400,000 dwt very large ore carriers (VLOCs) under construction at Chinese shipyard, Qingdao Beihai Shipbuilding Heavy Industries. The orders are booked in Cargotec's 2016 third quarter order intake.
The Damen InvaSave ballast water treatment (BWT) system has won the Innovation in Port Equipment award at the inaugural IHS DPC Dredging and Port Construction Innovation Awards hosted by the Marriott Hotel in Mayfair, London. Damen InvaSave competed with four other finalists in its category to take the award.
Bruntons Propellers’ long awaited new CPP System makes its public debut at this year’s METS exhibition at RAI Amsterdam, held from 15-17 November. Bruntons has spent several years developing a CPP propeller and its associated equipment which will solve several issues that have affected CPP’s since they were first introduced. In addition to manual control, the Bruntons CPP will be available with a fully automatic control system which will enable the vessel operator to switch between a selection of options varying between maximum power and maximum fuel efficiency.