MacGREGOR, part of Cargotec Corporation, has secured new orders worth close to €10 million for shipsets of lift-away hatch covers destined for container ships under construction in Japan and South Korea. Shipsizes range from 2,500 TEU to 12,600 TEU.
COM DEV International Ltd. has established a subsidiary company, exactEarth Ltd., for the purpose of offering advanced space-based Automatic Identification System (AIS-S) data services tomaritime authorities around the world.
The Port Equipment Manufacturers Association (PEMA) has published its second annual survey on global port equipment deliveries as part of the Association’s ongoing drive to improve planning and acquisition practices in the port sector.
Two leading international maritime bioremediation technology companies, EnSolve Biosystems of the U.S. and Gertsen & Olufsen (G&O) of Denmark, have agreed that G&O will market and sell EnSolve’s PetroLiminator® biological oily water separator (OWS) system under the G&O name.
Saab TransponderTech AB, Linköping, has been awarded a contract from the Romanian Naval Authority to upgrade and expand the country’s Automatic Identification System (AIS) network along the Black Sea Coast.
Icelandic Marorka, a provider of energy management solutions, and Kongsberg Maritime, the Norwegian maker of marine automation systems, have joined forces in an effort to help shipping companies optimize fuel consumption.
Austal has successfully handed over the last of three 22 metre aluminium catamarans for operation in the Australian state of Queensland. The completion of the three-vessel fleet for the Queensland Police Service was achieved in just over 12 months from initial order and adds to Austal’s track record in delivering multi-vessel orders on-time and on-budget.
Global engineering group, Cavotec MSL, has signed a deal with marine equipment supplier Atlantic Subsea Inc. to supply cathodic protection pit assemblies for the South Jersey Port Beckett Terminal at the Port of Camden, NJ, USA.
Two additional national associations, the Lithuanian Association of Shipbuilders and Shiprepairers (LLSRA) and the Bulgarian National Association of Shipbuilding and Shiprepair (BULNAS) have been confirmed by the CESA on its this year's General…