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Category : Innovation & technology


New VDR System From Kelvin Hughes Boasts Many Innovative Features

New VDR System from Kelvin Hughes meets the new 2014 standards and boasts many innovative features.

No Comments / 19th September 2014

Crew support services

Damen Starts Building The Walk 2 Work Crew Support Services Vessel

Final touches have been made to the Damen Walk 2 Work vessel , a completely new and innovative design for the offshore support vessel market.

No Comments / 15th September 2014


Damen FCS 2008 Officially Named ‘Offshore Waddenzee’

Offshore Wind Services’ latest Damen vessel – the Fast Crew Supplier 2008 ‘Offshore Waddenzee’ – was officially named

1 Comment / 7th September 2014

[New] Eco cranes: Kalmar won €40M contract from Melbourne port

Port of Melbourne’s will have new container terminal worth more than EUR40M ($52.3M) and covering 12 automated stacking Kalmar eco cranes and 11 automated shuttle carriers.

1 Comment / 6th September 2014

MJP Makes Breakthrough in Gulf of Mexico

Rodi Marine’s newest crewboat the M/V Riley Claire have given Marine Jet Power a breakthrough in the fiercely competitive Gulf of Mexico crewboat market.

1 Comment / 6th September 2014


MJP, “the Swiss Watches of Waterjets”

Tampa Yacht Manufacturing’s latest 50 Fast Attack Craft won high praise for the performance of MJP waterjets from the builder’s CEO Robert Stevens.

1 Comment / 5th September 2014

Food waste

Uson Marine GPS Discharge Control System for Food Waste

Uson Marine AB can now offer functionality from the Seatrade award winning system Environmental Navigator for its new GPS Discharge Control system for food waste.

1 Comment / 4th September 2014

Maritime Secutiry

Glamox at the SMM 2014: New Products to Improve Maritime Security

Glamox Group presents special LED luminaires for use in demanding environments as well as innovative searchlights for more maritime security.

2 Comments / 2nd September 2014

Energy Management

ENERGY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM also used for UASC ULCV’s under construction in Korea

The cooperation Kongsberg – Marorka now provides full-fledged automated energy management solution as a part of the Full Picture solution.

No Comments / 1st September 2014

Marine Technologies

Planet Ocean Signs Partnering Agreement with ASV

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.

No Comments / 31st August 2014

Becker Marine Systems At The SMM

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®…

No Comments / 22nd August 2014

UST Programme For Hatch Cover Weather tightness

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…

No Comments / 18th August 2014

Elastec’s MediBurn May Play A Part In The Ebola Fight

Environmentally safe, compact, portable, and simple to use, MediBurn is a diesel-fueled incinerator for the disposal of infectious and pathological waste.

No Comments / 16th August 2014

MarShip UK Won Innovation Award For Environmentally Friendly Oil Filtration System

MarShip UK won two Seawork 2014 Innovations Showcase awards – in Marine Engineering category and ‘Spirit of Innovation’ trophy for its Extended Drain Interval (EDI) system which effectively extends the life of oil (oil filtration).

No Comments / 15th August 2014

Cooperation Across Industry Clusters

Positive and remarkable results produced by collaboration in industry clusters.

No Comments / 22nd July 2014

Saving Ships By Cutting Their Drift

The failure of a ship’s engines while at sea will cause it to drift and to turn side-on to the wind and the tide. The speed with which this happens will depend upon the strength of the wind but modern…

No Comments / 17th June 2014