Planet Ocean’s considerable experience with sensors, telemetry and asset tracking of all types will ensure that the capabilities of the C-Enduro vehicle are maximised.
Monthly Archives : August 2014
Taking place at Shanghai’s premier exhibition centre, SWEECC, from 4-6 November, attendance at Seawork Asia will give the opportunity to meet with buyers and sellers to the Chinese commercial marine industry
Instead of watching helplessly as oil spills destroy the livelihood of its coastal communities, the Norwegian Coastal Administration (NCA) is being proactive in its defence by investing in two ShipArrestor systems.
Program for the Maritime Safety and Environmental Administration students provided by Swedish Maritime Administration.
Two air quality monitoring stations are installed on Faroe islands to monitor the environment and provide air quality data to the public and other interested parties
Tampering of machinery space bilge water separators, oil content meters or the use of by-passes, so called magic pipes, is unfortunately still a very common occurrence on board vessels. The number of US prosecutions and heavy fines remain at a high level in spite…
A successful interaction of economically and environmentally effective product innovations. Efficiency and sustainability will be among the top issues at SMM 2014 in Hamburg, the world‘s leading trade fair for the maritime industry. With products such as the Becker Mewis Duct®, Becker Twisted Fin®…
Ballast Water Treatment -Damen Has BWT Solutions For Every Vessel Damen started to address the ballast water treatment challenge several years ago, investing in the development of its products and by employing specialists. Subsequently, Damen has established a Ballast Water Centre of Excellence at…
Established in 1994 in Rotterdam, with as the main objective promotion of safe and environmentally friendly operation of ships, the Green Award Foundation (GA) has grown into the quality mark that enjoys international recognition and support from major maritime organisations and maritime community.
Article outlines the main challenges of LNG – i.e. competitiveness of the new ships with lowest slot costs during all operation periods,
lowest fuel costs considering stages of MARPOL IV regulations and deadlines on permissible NOX and SOX, as well as best Energy Efficiency Design Index (EEDI) with lowest CO2 output.
The Institute of Export’s (IOE) courses will be taught at the Port Academy Liverpool. The courses are a part of a drive to increase careers in the maritime industry and are internationally accredited.
An expert team from the Neptune Maritime Security head office and support centre performed exacting risk assessments before carrying out specialist training for security officers and senior personnel. The company delivered crisis management training to bolster ship safety at major ports in Asia, the Middle East and Africa.
Leaking hatch covers for many years have been the for cargo damage onboard dry cargo vessels and even today claims for wet damage remain one of the biggest concerns for ship owners, cargo interests and their insurers. According to various articles published approximately a third…
Environmentally safe, compact, portable, and simple to use, MediBurn is a diesel-fueled incinerator for the disposal of infectious and pathological waste.