Wärtsilä is seeing increasing recognition for the upgraded version of its China-made Wärtsilä 20 engine, with a total of 33 engines being ordered in June, all for newbuildings for Cosco-linked companies at Chinese yards.
Following closely on the heels of its Korean rivals, Wärtsilä is the latest to announce that its Aquarius UV Ballast Water Management System (BWMS) has successfully completed all testing procedures required for United States Coastguard (USCG) type...
More scrubber deals are continuing to be signed, with Wärtsilä announcing a 170m euro ($198m) deal with a major European container shipping line for hybrid exhaust gas cleaning equipment and retrofit services for its container vessels.
Singapore took another step to boost the development of maritime technology start-ups with the launch of PIER71 by senior minister of state for transport and health Lam Pin Min. The launch event also incorporated the signing of four Memoranda of...
Wärtsilä’s Fuel Gas Supply Systems are seeing increasing acceptance, reaching the significant milestone of the 100th order for its LNGPac system since its introduction in 2009 which has played a key role in establishing the viability of liquefied...
Wärtsilä unit Eniram has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Athens-based Arista Shipping to participate in the Arista-led Project Forward initiative, which will involve assisting in the development of monitoring and optimisation tools.
The technology group Wärtsilä will design and equip one of PSA Marine’s two new LNG-fueled harbour tugs, and the vessel will be built by PaxOcean Shipyard.
Winterthur Gas & Diesel (WinGD) recently signed agreements with Wärtsilä Services and CSSC Marine Service (CMS) as authorized global service providers, thus extending their global service offerings
Athens-based ship management company TMS Cardiff Gas has recently signed a maintenance agreement with Wärtsilä that will ensure the maintenance predictability of the operation of four TFDE LNG Carriers in TMS Cardiff Gas’ fleet.
Technology group Wärtsilä and Maersk Drilling have joined forces in a unique co-operation to create a 25-year thruster maintenance strategy for Maersk’s three semisubmersible rigs and four drillships.