Shipbuilding & Shipyards

High-tech a global project and maintenance consultancy RIMS (Robotics In Maintenance Strategies) got a boost as they seek to push forward the practical integration of drone technology in maritime surveying…
Fincantieri and China State Shipbuilding Corporation (CSSC), have signed a Memorandum of Understanding for the extension of the industrial cooperation already existing between the two groups to cover all sectors…
A collaboration between three of the marine sector’s major technology companies is set to make the use of liquefied natural gas (LNG) as a fuel a truly viable option for…
Pushing forward the boundaries on cleaner fuels, ABS has collaborated on the world’s first successful conversion of a slow-speed marine diesel engine to operate on Ethane as a fuel.
The toxic political climate in the States has impacted matters related to shipbuilding, the Jones Act and other maritime matters.
Dubai-based shipyard Albwardy Damen is expanding its afloat repairs business into Sohar Port and Freezone in Oman.
More signs of recovery continue to emerge from the offshore sector with Malaysian offshore supply vessel (OSV) player Nam Cheong finally emerging from debt and returning to profitability in the…
Putting in more commitment to research, innovation and product development, Wärtsilä is building the Smart Technology Hub, a new centre that will incorporate these functions as well as production, in…
GasLog has ordered two LNG carriers from Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI) on the back of seven-year charters to Cheniere Energy.
As regulations on Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions loom for shipping, simply using less fuel will be one way to help meet environmental targets, and also potentially save cost from more…
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