Industry Sectors:Ship Operations

Ship Operations

Norwegian ballast water treatment manufacturer Optimarin has demonstrated confidence in its system technology, based on filtration and UV treatment, by offering customers a five-year guarantee covering parts and servicing all…
Stone Marine Propulsion in the UK and NGC Marine in China are teaming up to create a new supplier of propulsion and marine gearbox propulsion equipment.
Rivertrace will be showcasing water quality monitoring products at Marintec China 2017 in Shanghai.
The integral role of insurance, at a time that regulations and business practices cannot keep up with the rapid pace of technological change was in the spotlight at the Annual…
The Maritime & Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) is promoting and expanding the use of e-certificates for Singapore-registered ships, and developing acceptance criteria for the use of drones for surveys.
The cyber security risks to ECDIS navigation systems, many of which run on old, and unsupported operating systems, are well known, and ABS director of cyber security Paul Walters offers…
The IMO has warned there will be no exceptions to the 1 January 2020 0.5% global sulphur cap for marine fuel oils.
Singapore ship manager Thome Group has opened a 24/7 operations hub for its globally managed fleet.
Survitec will be displaying its lifejackets and life rafts, as well as its range of fire and gas safety systems, including the latest N2 nitrogen generator.
Further to Michael Grey’s excellent summary on the case involving the collision between the car carrier City of Rotterdam and the ro-ro ferry Primula Seaways, published on Tuesday in Seatrade…
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