Wärtsilä Corporation, Trade Press release, 17 March 2022 at 10.30 AM EET The technology company Wärtsilä has developed a dedicated fuel supply system for methanol, MethanolPac, as interest grows in the methanol pathway to decarbonisation. Combined with the recently introduced Wärtsilä 32
21 February 2022 – Cemre Shipyard has awarded Norwegian Electric Systems AS (NES) a substantial contract to supply the battery and control systems, plus act as system integrator for a zero emission ferry that the Turkish shipyard is building for Scandlines. “This is the largest contract NES has ever been awarded. It will be a […]
The barnacle-repelling active agent has been integrated into new antifouling paint for worldwide trading vessels with varied operating patterns Leading hull coating manufacturer, Chugoku Marine Paints (CMP), has integrated the active antifouling agent, Selektope® in a new coating product developed for worldwide trading vessels. The newly launched product, SEAFLO NEO M1
The International Register of Shipping (INTLREG) is expanding its extensive regional coverage in the Middle East by providing services now in Kuwait after being officially recognized as a classification society by the oil producing GCC country. This new approval re-enforces INTLREG as being among the leading maritime service providers operating in this region with
Both the Government of Palau and PISR have instigated strong measures to ensure the due diligence in screening vessels before they are registered under the Palau flag, including using the latest technology which includes the PurpleTRAC sanction compliance platform, monitoring of AIS transmissions and LRIT ship position tracking.
PISR has been recruiting the brightest, best and most respected Deputy Registrars in the shipping world for the past two years as its fleet grows and ship owners look for a stronger global presence.
Under the contract, Aalesund-based Hydroniq Coolers will supply its Pleat seawater cooling system for the CLV Nexans Aurora.
The prolongation of the system is expected to encourage ship registration in Europe, as well as the presence and growth of shipping companies and maritime operations in the EU.
GAC Qatar is the only company to have been granted a license by the country’s Environment Ministry to operate hull cleaning equipment in its waters.
Information gathered will be displayed on a per-vessel basis in RightShip’s vetting platform Qi, improving the accessibility of compliance pathway data for owners and charterers and helping the industry to manage new safety risks arising from the Sulphur Cap.