Shipbuilding

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Wärtsilä LPG fuel supply systems for four more ships

Following successful full-scale tests of Wärtsilä’s LPG fuel supply system (LFSS) with a two-stroke engine burning liquid petroleum gas, the company has won an order to supply LFSS for four very large gas carriers, owned by Oslo-listed BW LPG, which...

28.02.2020
Shipbuilding

TT-Line Company's ferry order transferred to Rauma Marine Constructions

Australian ferry operator TT-Line Company said it has transferred the order for two large passenger/RoRo ferries to Finnish Rauma Marine Constructions (RMC) shipyard. The vessels were originally ordered from German yard Flensburger...

27.02.2020
Shipbuilding

BW LPG opts for more dual-fuel engines

Singapore-based BW LPG has exercised its option to retrofit dual-fuel LPG-powered engines supplied by MAN Energy Solutions on four more vessels. The contract follows its initial order with the engine maker for retrofits on four vessels announced in...

26.02.2020
Shipbuilding

MAN tests first of six ME-GI engines for EPS

Tests on the first of six MAN dual-fuel engines due to be installed on 15,000-TEU container ships under construction at Hyundai Samho in South Korea have been completed successfully. The engine, tested by Hyundai’s Engine Machinery Division, ran...

03.02.2020
Shipbuilding

Wärtsilä to supply world’s first hybrid powered self-discharging bulk carriers

Two new 9,300 dwt self-discharging bulk carriers with hybrid propulsion are currently being built for Norway’s Aasen Shipping at the Royal Bodewes shipyard in the Netherlands, which has also designed the vessels. The technology group Wärtsilä has...

31.01.2020
Shipbuilding

Meyer Werft celebrates 225 years of shipbuilding

The Meyer Werft shipyard in Papenburg is celebrating its 225th anniversary. On January 28th 1795, the traditional company was founded as Thurm Werft by Willm Rolf Meyer in today's city centre. Meyer Werft, which employs more than 3,600 people, is now...

29.01.2020
Shipbuilding

Converted Fjord1 ferries to have NES zero-emission components

Havyard Group subsidiary Norwegian Electric Systems (NES) has won an order to provide key components and system integration management for Fjord1’s upcoming conversion of three Moldefjord-series ferries. The 125-car vessels, built to an LMG Marin...

28.01.2020

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