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  • Wärtsilä propulsion for new Scottish fishing vessel

    A new fishing vessel being built by Simek AS in Norway will feature an integrated Wärtsilä propulsion solution including main engine, controllable pitch propeller and gearbox. 07 Jul 2015 - The Motorship

  • MacGregor order for offshore boom crane

    MacGregor, part of Cargotec, is to supply four of its lattice boom cranes (LBC) for Merkers Offshore’s two offshore maintenance lifeboats currently under construction at Jiangsu Dajin Heavy Industries in China. 07 Jul 2015 - The Motorship

  • Fresh investigations as Fincanteri yard released

    The director of Fincanteri’s Monfalcone yard faces investigations over environmental violations as authorities release parts of the yard seized under an ongoing probe into unauthorised waste management. 06 Jul 2015 - The Motorship

  • Filtersafe introduces BWMS compact filter range

    Filtersafe is expanding its range of self-cleaning ballast water filtration systems with a new ‘Compact’, designed specifically for use in vessels with limited space or for retrofit installations. 06 Jul 2015 - The Motorship

  • Voith power for Chinese research vessel

    A new Shanghai Ocean University fisheries research vessel will be equipped with Voith Schneider propellers and roll stabilisation. 06 Jul 2015 - The Motorship

  • Engine makers collaborate in milestone project

    A major cross-industry initiative led by Wärtsilä, MAN Diesel & Turbo and Winterthur Gas & Diesel (WinGD) has been launched to develop basic technologies for use in two- and four-stroke marine engines. 06 Jul 2015 - The Motorship

  • A new age of polar research

    Investment in icebreaking research ships is gathering pace, prompted by the need to provide higher-performance replacements for long-serving vessels, and also by mounting strategic interest in a polar presence. David Tinsley reports. 06 Jul 2015 - The Motorship

  • Rolls-Royce in autonomous ship project

    Rolls-Royce is to participate in a €6.6 million research project to develop ship technologies that could pave the way for autonomous vessels. 06 Jul 2015 - The Motorship

  • Drydocks World completes world’s largest turret

    Dubai-based Drydocks World has completed construction of an 11,000-tonne turret mooring system, designed to allow safe operation in extreme conditions for Shell’s floating liquefied natural gas (FLNG) vessel ‘Prelude’. 06 Jul 2015 - The Motorship

  • Flexible new breed raises handysize bar

    The 38,762dwt geared handysize carrier ‘True Love’ has provided the Green Dolphin concept with its seagoing debut - leading a robust and exceptionally economical new generation of versatile ‘workhorses’ for multifarious bulk cargo commerce. David Tinsely reports. 06 Jul 2015 - The Motorship

  • Meyer relocation plan on ice amid protests

    Germany’s biggest shipyard Meyer Werft has agreed to put on ice until September its plans to relocate its business headquarters to Luxembourg to allow talks with authorities on the controversial move, reports Tom Todd. 03 Jul 2015 - The Motorship

  • Second SPP tanker joins Ardmore fleet

    Cork-based Ardmore Shipping has taken delivery of a second product and chemical tanker designed to meet IMO Tier III emissions requirements, from South Korean SPP Shipbuilding Co. 03 Jul 2015 - The Motorship

  • Dutch consortium in 3D printing project

    A consortium of 27 companies have signed an agreement to investigate the viability of 3D-printed maritime spare parts under a project initiated by the Zuid-Holland regional development agency InnovationQuarter. 03 Jul 2015 - The Motorship

  • Indian Register offers EEDI validation

    The Indian Register of Shipping (IRClass) has added the Energy Efficiency Design Index (EEDI) validation to its service offerings. 02 Jul 2015 - The Motorship

  • Scandlines hybrids head into service

    Scandlines’ hybrid ferry Prinsesse Benedikte goes back on stream this week and its two long-delayed hybrid newbuilds Berlin and Copenhagen are also finally expected into service soon, writes Tom Todd. 01 Jul 2015 - The Motorship

  • NAPA streamlines ship design compliance

    NAPA is releasing new tools and interfaces with class society software to streamline ship design compliance with the new Common Structural Rules for Bulk Carriers and Oil Tankers (CSR BC&OT). 01 Jul 2015 - The Motorship

  • DNV GL launches class rules consultation

    DNV GL has distributed its new merged and amended class rules to more than 800 stakeholders as part of an extensive consultation ahead of their publication in October. 01 Jul 2015 - The Motorship

  • MOL tests low-speed methanol engine

    Mitsui OSK Lines (MOL) has reported that the first low-speed engine running on methanol, built by MAN Diesel & Turbo licensee Mitsui Engineering & Shipbuilding Co, has met expectations during testing at Mitsui’s factory in Tamano. 01 Jul 2015 - The Motorship

  • IMO elects new secretary-general

    Lim Ki-tack has been elected the new secretary-general of United Nations' International Maritime Organization (IMO). 01 Jul 2015 - The Motorship

  • Louis Allis solves Sealion Shipping emergency

    US motor and repair company Louis Allis has assisted Sealion Shipping after an azimuth thruster failure left it unable to use dynamic positioning during a project off the coast of Mexico. 30 Jun 2015 - The Motorship

  • Huber+Suhner completes cable portfolio

    Huber+Suhner has completed its RADOX MFH-S cable family with cross-sections of up to 6mm2 - suitable for installation on ships and oil and gas platforms. 30 Jun 2015 - The Motorship

  • Rocol releases VGP-compliant rope lubricant

    Rocol has developed a new wire rope umbilical lubricant to meet tougher global marine ecology regulations. 30 Jun 2015 - The Motorship