Shipping / Operation

Shipping

MacGregor and COSCO Shipping signs service agreement

Cargotec subsidiary, MacGregor, is to provide spare parts and service to COSCO Shipping, one of the world’s largest fleets, following the signing of a framework purchasing agreement. The deal will cover the parts and service of MacGregor equipment on...

09.08.2019
Shipping

DNV GL to support 2020 fuel preparations

DNV GL is offering a free web-based Ship Implementation Plan (SIP) application to help owners and managers prepare for the IMO’s new fuel regime, effective from January 2020. SIPs are not mandatory but are recommended as a way of preparing and...

23.07.2019
Shipping

New partnership to supply VDR technology to inland waterway operators

Position, navigtation and timing (PNT) system specialist, Orolia, is to collaborate with Radio Holland in the development of a voyage data recorder (VDR) for inland shipping. The two companies will use each other’s systems in both newbuild and...

16.07.2019
Shipping

Hapag-Lloyd awarded ‘DNV GL Excellence Green Star’

German container line Hapag-Lloyd has been awarded the first DNV GL Excellence Green Star certificate, a measure of the company’s commitment to the highest standards of ship recycling.

18.09.2018
Shipping

Stena Line to test artificial intelligence model

In a pilot project on board the cruise ferry Stena Scandinavica, Stena Line and technology company Hitachi are working together on the developing of an artificial intelligence (AI) model to test possible fuel efficiency gains on a specific route.

12.09.2018
Shipping

Wärtsilä to participate in consortium to develop new container sector business model

Technology group Wärtsilä is to cooperate with six other companies, specialists in their respective fields and headed by Dubai-based Zaitoun Green Shipping Ltd (ZGS), to develop a more environmentally efficient container vessel and a new business model for the container sector.

06.09.2018
Shipping

Maersk and Vopak sign joint initiative on compliant fuel

A.P. Moller-Maersk and Royal Vopak, a Dutch tank storage company, are to provide a 0.5% sulphur-compliant bunkering service out of Rotterdam, both to fulfil a share of Maersk’s own demand as well as the requirements of third parties when the IMO’s 2020 sulphur cap kicks in

24.08.2018

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