Ship Operations

New Radar FAR-2xx8 series came out from Radar expert, FURUNO    
Digitalisation is the buzzword across all sectors in shipping with it seen as a way to improve vessel performance and streamline processes, and the world’s largest ship manager V.Group is…
Kongsberg Maritime has selected Swiss storage solutions provider Leclanché to supply batteries and custom marine energy storage solutions for its hybrid and electric power systems.
A smart end-to-end digital procurement and logistics set-up for marine stores and spares could transform the old-fashioned and inefficient approach to spare part inventories, ship maintenance and global supply arrangements.
Torm has joined Frontline in investing in a scrubber manufacturer with the Danish shipowner forming a joint venture with ME Production and Guangzhou Shipyard International (GSI).
The elephant in the room at the CrewConnect Global conference in Manila this week was the Philippines failure to comply with the European Maritime Safety Agency’s (EMSA) standards for the…
Optimarin reports that its USCG-approved ballast water treatment (BWT) technology will be aboard the Norwegian Polar Institute’s new research vessel Kronprins Haakon, due to be christened by Fincantieri next week.
Italian refiner Saras plans to build a new bunkering terminal at its plant on the island of Sardinia in a move to supply low sulphur marine fuel in view of…
Norwegian paint manufacturer Jotun AS believes there is huge scope to raise hull and propeller operating efficiency by using shipboard data more effectively. According to Global Concept Director Stein Kjølberg,…
No one was arguing that seafarers shouldn’t have internet access at the CrewConnect Global conference in Manila, but there are growing concerns over the impact it can have in terms…
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