ShipBuilding Industry News
Preparations for The Maritime Standard Tanker Conference, which takes place in Dubai, at The Atlantis, the Palm, on 22 October this year, are rapidly gathering momentum. A top-class line-up of speakers and panellists has been confirmed, ensuring the event will..
ExxonMobil has added Mobilgard M420 to its range of marine lubricants. Mobilgard M420 is a 20 BN oil that has been rigorously tested specifically for use in medium speed engines using fuels that comply with the International Maritime Organization’s (IMO)..
Spurred by the IMO strategy to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, Oshima Shipbuilding and classification society DNV GL have signed a long-term strategic cooperation to conduct research and development together on new bulk carrier designs. The first design to result..
JRC Europe has strengthened its influence on the Russian market by concluding a partnership agreement with Marineq. Marineq is now the official representative of JRC in Russia and other CIS countries and will supply radio and navigation equipment (including spare..
NRG Marine, the manufacturer of ultrasonic anti-fouling technology, has appointed Darren R Jones as a Non-Executive Director. Jones’ appointment reflects the strong growth of the Sonihull brand within the Leisure Boating, Commercial Marine, Offshore Oil & Gas, and Aquaculture sectors as..
Fincantieri and Naval Group signed the Alliance Cooperation Agreement, which sets out the operational terms for the incorporation of a 50/50 owned joint venture. The agreement, which follows the approval by the Boards of Directors of the two companies, embodies the..
Sovcomflot and VEB.RF Group announced the signing of agreements at the St.Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF). VEB Leasing will finance the construction of three new LNG-fuelled MR tankers. Sovcomflot initially placed the order for these three tankers with the Zvezda Shipyard..
Organisers have revealed that the latest Nor-Shipping was the most successful ever, with a record number of delegates attending the Lillestrøm-based exhibition halls and associated activities in Oslo. In all, almost 50,000 people participated in Nor-Shipping 2019 official events between..
After two years of close technical and business cooperation, Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha (“K” Line) announces a 20-year agreement with Airseas to install and service one ship with Seawing, an automated kite based on parafoil technology used to tow commercial ships..
The second Autumn European Tugowners Conference will take place during Europort 2019. On the 7th of November, the congress will focus on Europort’s theme Smart Business. The aim of this half day conference will be to investigate the business models that..
Safety4Sea & Europort are delighted to announce the Safety4Sea Europort Awards within the scope of fostering Safe, Smart, Green & Sustainable Shipping. The process to be employed is a combination of open nomination and vote while the winners announcement and..
From 4 to 7 June 2019, Nor-Shipping is taking place across a series of venues in Oslo and Lillestrøm. This exhibition and event programme attracts close to 1,000 exhibiting companies and around 35,000 visiting delegates from 75 different nations annually.
On Saturday 25 May 2019, Subsea 7 and Royal IHC successfully launched the fully integrated reel-lay vessel Seven Vega. The ceremony took place at IHC’s shipyard in Krimpen aan den IJssel, The Netherlands, and was performed by Monica Th. Bjørkmann,..
Australian shipbuilder Incat Tasmania Pty Ltd will build the 130m-long ferry for long standing customer, Buquebus to operate between Argentina and Uruguay. The completed vessel will be the largest aluminium ferry ever built and the ninth vessel for Incat’s valued South American..
DNV GL and Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) are supporting academic advances in additive manufacturing – the process of 3D printing – for the maritime, oil and gas and other industries, through a four-year research collaboration agreement.
Kohler, a global leader in power systems, has expanded its lineup of marine generators for commercial applications with the introduction of the 350EOZCS/300EFOZCS and 500EOZCS/450FOZCS. These new diesel workhorses feature powerful Scania 13L and 16L engines as well as sealed,..
Thursday 16 May, around 90 international maritime professionals took part in the annual Maritime Charity Golf Event, organised by Yellow & Finch Publishers in favour of the Nationaal Fonds Kinderhulp (national childcare fund). This was the ninth edition of the..
Jan De Nul Group launched its fourth Ultra-Low Emission vessel last week in Singapore. It concerns the 6,000 m³ Trailing Suction Hopper Dredger Sanderus built at the Keppel Offshore & Marine shipyard. This green vessel is the first of two..
Spirit of Discovery, the first of two new cruise ships for the British cruise line Saga Cruises, has left the covered building dock I at Meyer Werft shipyard on 12 May 2019.
Yellow & Finch Publishers is a full-service publishing house geared to the maritime world. It is based in Vlissingen. We turn out a trendsetting portfolio of independent international business magazines focused on the maritime industries. With our department Marketing Services..
Acta Marine’s newbuild Walk to Work vessel Acta Centaurus has been delivered from Ulstein Verft and is about to set sail for her first offshore wind assignment. “Building on experience with our first Ulstein Walk to Work construction support vessel..
The technology group Wärtsilä is to supply and configure the software solutions for a new, state-of-the-art, purpose built simulation centre being constructed near Portsmouth, England. The centre is an expansion of the Maritime Skills Academy’s (MSA) training portfolio serving the..
In an important milestone in the build of the Antarctic Supply Research Vessel (ASRV) Nuyina for the Australian government’s Antarctic Division, Damen Marine Components (DMC) has completed the supply and installation of a number of critical systems. These had to..
Huisman has been awarded a contract for the design, engineering, construction and delivery of the main crane on Jan De Nul’s newest offshore wind turbine installation vessel ‘Voltaire’. The crane will be unique in its size, capacity and novel features..
Jan De Nul Group orders the Voltaire, its third Offshore Jack-Up Installation Vessel, at COSCO Shipping Heavy Industry in China. With an unrivalled crane capacity of over 3,000t, this jack-up vessel will be able to support the renewable energy industry..