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  • Fresh approach to integration from Imtech

    High revenue-earning ships need a fresh approach to systems integration to take full advantage of available efficiency gains, according to technical service provider Imtech Marine. 23 Jul 2014 - The Motorship

  • BWTS installation partnership

    US based Hyde Marine Inc, a subsidiary of Calgon Carbon Corporation, has established two partnership agreements for installation of the Hyde Guardian Gold Ballast Water Treatment System (BWTS) for international markets. 23 Jul 2014 - The Motorship

  • Alewijnse secures another Asian order

    Netherlands-based Alewijnse Marine Services has won its eight offshore contact in Asia, just three months after opening its new branches in Singapore and Malaysia. 23 Jul 2014 - The Motorship

  • Belco marine scrubber demo

    US based Belco Technologies Corporation, a subsidiary of DuPont, has partnered with the Maersk Group to successfully demonstrate Belco marine scrubber technology onboard the container ship ‘Maersk Tukang’. 22 Jul 2014 - The Motorship

  • Kleven moves into SE Asian offshore market

    Norwegian shipbuilder Kleven has announced a contract to construct a PSV for Malaysian based Joint Venture Company IES Pioneer, scheduled for delivery in September 2015. 22 Jul 2014 - The Motorship

  • BV’s LNG kickstart

    Classification society Bureau Veritas has published a new set of guidelines on LNG bunkering, with it says should help to speed adoption of LNG as a ship’s fuel by kick-starting the LNG bunker chain. 22 Jul 2014 - The Motorship

  • ICS wants harmony from PSC on SECA implementation

    The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) says that it wants the Paris MoU on Port State Control to ensure that a harmonised approach to PSC inspections has been developed with respect to 0.1% Sulphur Emission Control Areas (ECAs). 22 Jul 2014 - The Motorship

  • Ethane-fuelled ME-GI order for MAN

    Norwegian owner Ocean Yield has placed orders for three liquefied ethylene gas carriers, each of which will be powered by a single MAN B&W ME-GI low-speed, dual-fuel engine running on ethane. 22 Jul 2014 - The Motorship

  • Kongsberg technology chosen by Asia

    Kongsberg Maritime is to supply Chinese and Korean shipbuilders with its ‘Full Picture’ solution for 13 advanced newbuild offshore vessels worth a total of NOK 330m (US$53.1m). 21 Jul 2014 - The Motorship

  • Newbuild L Class vessel launched

    Singapore’s Swire Pacific Offshore Operations (SPO) has launched its second L Class platform supply vessel ‘Pacific Legacy’ built by Japan Marine United Corporation’s (JMU) Maizuru Shipyard. 21 Jul 2014 - The Motorship

  • The nuclear age dawns

    The big news in ‘The Motor Ship’, August 1964, was the US nuclear powered merchant ship, ‘Savannah’ undertaking its first voyages, including visiting several European ports. 21 Jul 2014 - The Motorship

  • Taking the safe path towards unmanned ships

    DNV GL hopes to help the industry reduce seafarer fatalities by 90%: a goal which could ultimately result in taking crew off ships altogether, writes Wendy Laursen 21 Jul 2014 - The Motorship

  • Harmonised e-reporting procedures for all vessels in EU

    A new era for global maritime is to be unveiled on June 2015. The European Commission adopted on June 25th the report on the functioning of the Reporting Formalities Directive (Directive 2010/65). The Directive aims to ensure that by June 2015, vessels entering in or departing from EU ports will provide required information electronically via one single entry point – the National Single Window. 21 Jul 2014 - The Motorship

  • Energy efficiency: regulatory impact and the role of technology

    Shipping and offshore industries have gone through many changes in the last 10 years and it is likely that both will go through even more dramatic changes in the next decade and beyond, says Kirsi Tikka, president and COO, ABS Europe Division. 21 Jul 2014 - The Motorship

  • SMM focuses on attracting more marine engineers

    It is an even-numbered year, which means that SMM will soon be upon us, once again: claiming to be the leading international trade fair for the maritime industry, the exhibition runs at the Hamburg Messe und Congress from 9 September to 12 September, with a special effort being made on the final day to recruit more people to the maritime industry. 18 Jul 2014 - The Motorship

  • Electronic navigation training as ECDIS carriage requirements approach

    ECDIS training is becoming big business, with numerous companies involved, but as UK company Ecdis Ltd explains, training is not just about complying with current and upcoming IMO requirements – ship operators can save costs through ensuing that onboard navigational equipment is used correctly. 18 Jul 2014 - The Motorship

  • Wartsila forms medium-speed joint venture with CSSC

    Wärtsilä says it has signed a joint venture agreement with China State Shipbuilding Corporation (CSSC) for manufacturing medium and large bore medium speed diesel and dual-fuel engines. 18 Jul 2014 - The Motorship

  • Hamburg Süd ships equipped for US regulations

    Seven container ships currently chartered by Hamburg Süd have been equipped with L-3 SAM Electronics’ SAMCon high-voltage onshore power connection facilities, enabling them to meet strict US regulations. 18 Jul 2014 - The Motorship

  • Wärtsilä sells stake in two-stroke business to China

    Wärtsilä has announced its intention to form a joint venture with China State Shipbuilding Corporation, in which CSSC will hold the larger share, to take over Wärtsilä’s two-stroke engine business. 18 Jul 2014 - The Motorship

  • Removing water from emulsified oil in biodegradable lubricants

    Danish lubrication specialist C.C. Jensen says it has a solution to one of the major disadvantages of environmentally acceptable lubricants, and has tested its system in a supply ship operating in US waters. 17 Jul 2014 - The Motorship

  • Poland’s PZM eyes two new LNG-powered ferries

    Polish shipping company PZM is planning to award a contract for the construction of two new LNG-powered ferries. The investment is esti-mated to be worth as much as €200 million, writes Jaroslaw Adamowski. 17 Jul 2014 - The Motorship

  • Hatlapa secures Marco Polo order

    Hatlapa, part of MacGregor, is to supply deck equipment for two 76m, 9,000 kW anchor handling tug supply (AHTS) vessels being built for Marco Polo Marine. 17 Jul 2014 - The Motorship