Shipbuilding

Shipbuilding

Damen lands three-tug Australian contract

Perth-based towage and port operations provider, Engage Marine, has ordered three ASD Tug 3212 from Damen Shipyards Group. The 85-tonne bollard pull units, based on a design that is one of Damen’s “Next Generation Tugs Series”, will provide towage…

10.05.2021
Shipbuilding

Titan LNG to further increase infrastructure

Dutch company Titan LNG, an independent supplier of LNG marine fuel, plans construction of an LNG bunkering barge and announces a development tender. To be called Krios, the vessel will increase availability of LNG as a marine fuel in the port of…

10.05.2021
Shipbuilding

CMA CGM announces fleet expansion

French shipping group CMA CGM has ordered 22 container ships from Chinese CSSC Group. The order will include 12 ships powered by liquefied natural gas (LNG) and 10 to run on very low sulphur fuel oil (VLSFO), CMA CGM said in a statement. The value of…

07.05.2021
Shipbuilding

SpecTec in Russia signs contract with Kazmortransflot

The total project of the contract signed between SpecTec, specialised in the offering of software and services in the field of asset management, and Kazmortransflot, a shipping subsidiary of the national oil and gas company KazMunaiGaz of Kazkhastan has been split over 2009/2010.

28.07.2009
Shipbuilding

Order for A&P Tyne

BVT Surface Fleet, UK, has issued a letter of instruction for A&P Tyne, part of the Britisch A&P Group, to manufacture nine double bottom units for the lower block 02 for the Queen Elizabeth Class aircraft carrier. The order will  include steel…

24.07.2009
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Shipbuilding

First ever vessel built for Australia

Alnmaritec Ltd., Alnwick, Northumberland, UK, delivered a new general purpose line handling and harbour support work boat to Western Australia.

 

24.07.2009
Shipbuilding

NYK-participating projects receive subsidy

The Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism (MLIT), through its “Support for Technology Development from Marine Vessels for Curtailing CO2” project, has decided to subsidize through fiscal 2009 the below three projects that the Japanese shipping group NYK is currently working on in tandem with other companies for future technology development.

21.07.2009

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