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    Communications choice


    The November 2010 issue of ''The Motorship'' partly focuses on communications. This was a hot topic in the lead-up to the introduction of GMDSS, but has been less newsworthy over the last few years.

  • The Motorship staff can often be found at sea

    Comment and opinion


    Our staff and industry experts with the independent, authoritative view for which The Motorship is known

  • Not only main engines should be targeted as part of ship operators’ energy management schemes

    Alternative routes to greener shipping


    Del Redvers and Simon Burnay of the BMT group reflect on a comprehensive energy management strategy to reduce costs and emissions.

  • Motorship editor - a late re-think of our SMM coverage

    The Motorship takes a stand at SMM


    SMM in Hamburg is, as I write this, due to get under way in a couple of days. The show’s vastness has prompted us to re-think our treatment of the event – read on…

  • SMM 2010 promises to be bigger than the 2008 show

    SMM focuses on the environment


    SMM 2010 is scheduled for 7 to 10 September, at the Hamburg Fair site in Germany. The 24th International Shipbuilding Fair is expected by the organisers to exceed the very considerable size of previous events.

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    See you in Hamburg


    This issue (September 2010) sees us preparing for SMM. With the Hamburg-based show claimed to be bigger than ever before we have to admit that it is something of a daunting prospect – we could spend all four days walking round the show talking to companies we know and still ...

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    Fuels for the future


    July 2010 looks like a busy month at the IMO headquarters in London.

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    The cream of our industry, or skimmed MILC?


    We went to the launch of the UK government’s strategic framework for the marine industry – under the Marine Industries Leadership Council, or MILC - looking forward to some good news.

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    Support the seafarers, and forget carbon for now


    LogOn, February 2010 - it seems we were right to not make too much of COP15 in our comment last month.

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    The need to act remains


    John Aitken, Secretary-General of SEAaT, looks at the outcome of COP15 for shipping.

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    Our new web site


    More functions and reader-friendliness from the first of Mercator Media''s new web sites

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    A green re-birth for the industry


    We look back over the past year and forward to prospects for the next.