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Study says more than USD 1 trillion needed for shipping decarbonisation

The IMO’s target of a 50% reduction in total greenhouse gas emissions compared with 2008 levels by 2050 is set to cost at least USD 1 trillion in the 20 years from 2030, according to a new study by the energy consultancies, University Maritime...

22.01.2020
Shipping

Kongsberg and DNV GL sign deal to share data

Kongsberg and DNV GL have signed an agreement to share data. Customers of Kongsberg’s Vessel Insight, a cloud-based, vessel-specific system providing fleet overviews, dashboards and data analysis tools, will be able to share their data for use in the...

17.01.2020
Shipping

Wärtsilä awarded system-level cyber certification

Lloyd’s Register has awarded Wärtsilä Marine with system-level cyber certification for the network architecture relating to the company’s integrated main and auxiliary machinery. The certification gives Approval in Principle for the entire system...

10.01.2020
Shipping

SAL Heavy Lift set for fleet expansion

Hamburg-headquartered SAL Heavy Lift will take delivery of three heavy-lift vessels with 800-tonne lift capacity during the first quarter of this year. The MVs Hanna, Klara and Lisa each have two 400-tonne cranes capable of lifting up to 800 tonnes...

07.01.2020
Shipping

Viking extends marine fire-fighting capability

Denmark’s Viking Life-Saving Equipment has expanded its marine fire-fighting capability with the acquisition of Drew Marine’s Fire Safety and Rescue division. Drew Marine has a presence in more than 150 ports across 45 countries, providing services...

06.01.2020
Shipping

Supply chains stretched as shipping’s new fuel regulations enter force

Although most shipping companies have been preparing for the IMO’s new fuel regulations for many months, supply issues, uncertainties and risks, as well as opportunities, are likely in the early weeks of 2020. New York-based shipbroker, Poten &...

03.01.2020
Shipping

Magnetron-free radar launched by Furuno

Marine electronics specialist, Furuno, has unveiled new magnetron-free radar/chart radar systems in both X-band and S-band units. No magnetron means less power consumption and no consumable parts, the company said, while solid-state technology...

27.12.2019

Publications

Greek Edition

The Greek-language issue of Ship&Offshore for Posidonia, Athens, 1-6  June

SmartShip

Digitalisation topics in the maritime industry including 3D visualisation, cyber security and big data

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Maritime technical information from the global shipbuilding and offshore market

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