Live From Marintec China 2017

Live From Marintec China 2017

The Seatrade Maritime News reporting team bring you all the key stories in the run-up to, and live on the ground during, Marintec China 2017 in Shanghai from 4 - 8 December

Latest Live From Marintec China 2017

MAN PrimeServ is have a service workshop in Zhoushan Xinya Shipyard.
Continuing to develop its LNG as a marine fuel business GTT and its partner Technolog have received General Approval and Ship Application (GASA) from DNV GL to retrofit of very…
The drive for cost-efficiency and the slow steaming trend in the current shipping market makes it the perfect environment for ABB’s FiTS2 turbocharger system which it has developed in collaboration…
The shift to automation and autonomy in shipping will require a new talent profile for the industry says Kirsi Tikka, evp of global marine for ABS.
The interest of countries in Southeast Asia such as Indonesia, the Philippines, Myanmar and other similar stage countries is that they are going through a rapid development phase now and…
The expanded Panama Canal is causing dramatic changes in the gas trades and while this may generate significant headline figures, the effects on the shipping industry will still ultimately come…
Vessels utilising dynamic positioning (DP) will have an advanced solution enabling excellent auxiliary manoeuvring in station keeping or DP operations.
Wärtsilä, and GTT finalised a cooperation agreement at Marintec China which aims to explore potential business opportunities in the marine sector in relation to LNG storage, fuel gas supply systems,…
With increasing concerns about water, filtration company Boll & Kirch believes new and innovative water treatment solutions will be needed in future. 
Tanker operators will be able to increase revenues as well as reduce emissions with Wärtsilä’s new Voyage Emissions Reduction (VER) system. 
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