Wärtsilä and Maersk Drilling are partnering up to create a joint 25-year strategy for thruster services to increase uptime and reduce costs.
Wärtsilä is expanding the service offering of its QuantiServ business line with the acquisition of US engineering company LOCK-N-STITCH.
Wärtsilä is to retrofit what it says is the world’s first energy storage solution on board a large DP3 offshore supply vessel.
Wärtsilä is launching a more powerful version of its well established 20 diesel engine to allow vessels to accommodate greater payloads and faster speeds with a similar low fuel consumption.
Wärtsilä has been chosen to supply a broad scope of technology for a new barge which will supply LNG cruise ships on the US east coast.
Wärtsilä will supply a quiet propulsion package to a new Faroese research vessel in order to help it meet the DNV Silent R notation.
A ferry operator hopes to keep its competitive edge by powering a new high-speed catamaran with waterjets.
Wärtsilä’s joint venture company CSSC Wärtsilä Engine will deliver 16 engines for four new LNG carriers.
Sustainable development can efficiently be combined into management of innovations in shipbuilding argues a new doctoral dissertation.
The assembly and testing of Wärtsilä’s gear boxes has been outsourced to Siemens’ mechanical drives business, Flender.
A wireless charging system is helping coastal hybrid ferries meet environmental regulatory demand.
Six container feeder vessels under construction at Fujian Mawei shipyard for German investment vehicle MarLink Project Management will feature a wide scope of Wärtsilä solutions, the company has reported.
Two international technology experts have signed an agreement to push the boundaries of engine performance and improve lifecycle service offerings.
A project to containerise a Ballast Water Management System may allow easier compliance for vessels with limited space.
Fisherman can operate in the Barents and North Atlantic with two new Ice3 class fishing trawlers fitted with Wärtsilä engines.
Oceanographers in China are to deploy the first Wärtsilä NOx abatement application in the country onboard two newbuild research vessels.
LNG will be used to fuel a German research vessel for the first time to meet the IMO's Tier III regulations.
Wärtsilä will supply exhaust gas cleaning systems for two new 56,000 DWT Handymax bulk carriers, the first order of its kind for Wärtsilä from a Japanese company.
Wärtsilä has been contracted to provide a comprehensive scope of solutions for three new 2800 passenger cruise vessels being built for Virgin Voyages.