2-Stroke and 4-Stroke – Page 10

  • Windcat Workboats has ordered six more hydrogen-powered crew transfer vessel (CTV), after successful trials of the Hydrocat 48 vessel.

    Windcat Workboats orders more hydrogen-powered CTVs


    Windcat Workboats has ordered an additional six of its hydrogen-powered vessels after the success in trials of its Hydrocat 48, the world’s first hydrogen-powered crew transfer vessel (CTV).

  • Stig Leira, Transformation Program Manager, ABB Marine & Ports; Rune Lysebo, Head of Global Sales, ABB Marine & Ports; Marita Krems, Vice President and Head of Four-Stroke Marine & License, MAN Energy Solutions; and Elvis Ettenhofer, Head of Marine Four-S

    MAN ES and ABB to collaborate on DF electric LNGC concept


    MAN ES and ABB signed an agreement at SMM covering the development of next-generation ‘DFE+’ propulsion solutions based on new MAN 49/60DF engine and ABB’s Dynamic AC power distribution and control system.

  • The new vessel will operate alongside Meriaura's existing multipurpose deck cargo carriers, and will begin green NH3-fuelled operations from 2026.

    Wärtsilä collaborates on green ammonia cargo vessel


    Green NortH2 Energy, Meriaura and Wärtsilä have signed Letter of Intent to build a multi-fuel cargo vessel that is intended to operate on green ammonia from 2026.

  • The UEC33LSH-C2 engine at YDE factory

    First UEC33LSH-C2 main engine built in China


    The world’s first 6UEC33LSH-C2 type main engine, developed by Japan Engine Corporation (J-ENG), was completed by Zhejiang Yungpu Diesel Engine (YDE) in Ningbo, China, for the first time as its overseas licensee.

  • The company recently received an order for 4 x Wärtsilä 20 engines fitted with a Wärtsilä NOR for installation on board an offshore support vessel.

    Wärtsilä engines ordered to meet China’s C2 standard


    Wärtsilä has received recent orders for engines compliant with China’s stage II, or C2 emissions standard. This legislation entered into force in July 2021 and is applicable to vessels sailing on inland waters, in coastal areas, and in most rivers. It covers domestic bulk carriers, feeder containers, oil tankers, passenger ...

  • WinGD's X-EL offers integration expertise and intelligent energy management.

    K-Line selects WinGD system integration for dual-fuel PCTCs


    Japanese shipowner K-LINE has selected WinGD to integrate energy systems on two new dual-fuel 7,000 ceu pure car and truck carriers (PCTC). The vessels will be equipped with X62DF-2.1 engines coupled with shaft generators with the energy use optimised by WinGD’s X-EL energy management system.

  • The new Wärtsilä 25 medium-speed 4-stroke engine, this latest addition to Wärtsilä’s engine portfolio.

    Wärtsilä launches new modular 4-stroke engine


    Wärtsilä has launched its new Wärtsilä 25 medium-speed 4-stroke engine which is based on Wärtsilä’s highly successful modular technology platform.

  • Rolls-Royce is planning to develop its mtu 1163 and 8000 series to comply with the IMO Tier III emissions directive, the company announced at SMM.

    Rolls-Royce introduces new mtu propulsion solutions


    Rolls-Royce has completely realigned its mtu portfolio for marine applications to actively support customers on their path to Net Zero.

  • The MAN 49/60DF engine introduced at SMM

    MAN launches new medium speed dual-fuel engine platform


    MAN has unveiled a new dual-fuel engine that will act as a platform for medium-speed engines that sets new benchmark in terms of fuel efficiency within four-stroke engines – both in gas and diesel modes – and therefore minimises fuel costs.  

  • Mr. Volkmar Galke, Director Sales, WinGD signs Joint Development Project with Mr. Young Youl Koh, President, HSD

    WinGD and HSD Engine collaborate to deliver methanol-fuelled 2-stroke engines


    WinGD and Korean engine builder HSD Engine have initiated a Joint Development Project (JDP) to advance the development of WinGD’s methanol-fuelled large-bore engines. 

  • The new high speed catamaran ferry will be the world’s largest and greenest vessel of its type

    Wärtsilä to supply package for world’s largest aluminium catamaran


    Wärtsilä will supply the engines, waterjets, and fuel storage and supply system for a new high speed catamaran ferry being built at the Incat yard in Tasmania, Australia on behalf of Argentinian ferry operator, Buquebus.

  • Rivertrace is diversifying into fuel oil sensors following the launch of the SMART VISCO Sensor.

    New fuel oil sensor solution for Main Engines


    Rivertrace, the UK-based environmental monitoring solutions provider, is launching a fuel oil sensor solution for main engines in the commercial shipping sector. 

  • Alexander Knafl (MAN Energy Solutions), Peter Schild (Proman), Ron Gerlach (Stena), Hans Tistrand (Stena) and Bernd Siebert (MAN PrimeServ) at the signing.

    MAN in deal to convert engines to dual-fuel methanol


    MAN Energy Solutions has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Stena Teknik and Proman for a project to retrofit MAN 48/60 engines to make them capable of dual-fuel, diesel and methanol operation.

  • News

    LT Service Contract for DF Dredger


    GIE Dragages-Ports has inked a long-term service contract (LTSA) with MAN PrimeServ for provisional eight-year period for a dual-fuel dredger operated by the French port of Nantes Saint-Nazaire.

  • SK AUDACE in dry dock of MMHE (Malaysia Marine and Heavy Engineering)

    CMS carries out 36,000 hour maintenance on X-DF engine


    CSSC Marine Service Co (CMS), the worldwide equipment service subsidiary of China State Shipbuilding Corp (CSSC), has successfully completed the world’s first ever 36,000 running hours major maintenance on dual-fuel (X-DF) marine engines.

  • Evergreen's Ever Alot has set a new record in boxship capacity.

    New Milestone For Chinese Builders


    Taiwan’s Evergreen Group has commissioned the world’s highest capacity containership to date, topping the 24,000 teu mark. The first in a series of seven booked from China State Shipbuilding Corporation (CSSC) yards, the 400m Ever Alot represents a new milestone for Chinese production. 

  • MAN PrimeServ notes that MAN 48/60 engine types that have accumulated more than 80,000 operating hours are particularly suitable for a lifecycle upgrade.

    MAN offers lifecycle upgrade for 48/60 engines


    MAN PrimeServ is now offering its customers the opportunity to retrofit older MAN 48/60 marine and power-plant engines to state-of-the-art MAN 51/60 types as part of its new ‘lifecycle upgrade’ offering.

  • HHI originally introduced the H32C at the 2019 CIMAC conference in Vancouver.

    HHI-EMD signs contract for 25 new-model engines


    Hyundai Heavy Industries - Engine & Machinery Division (HHI-EMD) has signed a contract for 25 HiMSEN H32C engines.

  • The new partnership will bring ship operators component-level insights into CII ratings.

    WinGD signs new partnership deal with Chord X


    Swiss marine power company WinGD has signed a proof-of-concept agreement with emissions data specialist Chord X to develop digital solutions focused on sustainability in shipping.

  • Ship operators can analyse even more engine data, including in-cylinder pressure, without any additional cabling, by combining WinGD’s WiDE and WiCE solutions, Luca Sala told The Motorship

    Engine control systems ready for flexible future


    Engine designers are prepared for the future with a new generation of engine control systems that promise greater data capabilities, speed and flexibility.