- Port of Kiel bids farewell to Knud Sörensen
- BIMCO and CIRM propose software maintenance standard for shipping
- Survitec Group goes global by adding extra engineers to lifeboat servicing programme
- Seaspan Shipyards and the Government of Canada Celebrate the Launch of the First Large Vessel
- Port of Québec proposes construction of a container terminal
- Duncan Dunn appointed new Baltic Exchange Chairman
- Kongsberg Digital acquires a share of NSG Digital
- New appointments strengthen Mech-Tool Engineering
- MJM Group secures first drydock contract in China
- EURONAV opts for SERTICA Fleet Management
Equipment and Services
Vessel operators and maritime training centres are continually investing to create best practice and innovative training programs.
Global Marine Group, a market leader in offshore engineering services to the telecommunications, renewables and oil and gas industries, has announced that it has completed its previously announced acquisition of Fugro N.V.’s trenching and cable lay services business.
Xeneta, the largest real-time and on-demand ocean freight rates global benchmarking and market intelligence platform today announced availability for reefer container rate data in its platform.
Cobham SATCOM has revealed an innovative new solution that can significantly reduce the cost and simplify the installation and management of Inmarsat Global Xpress (GX) networks using multiple Ka-Band antennas. Multiple antennas are frequently used on board to overcome link losses caused by satellite blocking from the ship structure or other deck equipment.
The smart technology group Wärtsilä is at the forefront of harnessing the changes taking place in the shipping industry to deliver value and optimisation for its customers. By orchestrating these developments using high levels of connectivity and digitalisation, Wärtsilä intends to lead the industry’s transformation towards a Smart Marine Ecosystem.
The largest ever onshore power supply contract in Norway was signed recently between NorSea Group and Apply TB in Kristiansund, Norway.