Hartmann Reederei has confirmed that two of its vessels – the 36,000 m3 LEG carriers ‘Gaschem Beluga’ and ‘Gaschem Orca’ – powered by the world’s first ME-GIE two-stroke engines have collectively accumulated 10,000 hours of operations since entering operation at the end of 2017.
Archives for June 2018
In the new white paper, each MARPOL Annex VI fuel strategy is examined individually, together with its potential effects on boilers and their combustion.
In 2004, the IMO adopted a new “Convention for the Control and Management of Ship’s Ballast Water and Sediments”. The purpose of this new convention was to control the harmful effects of unwanted or invasive species being transported in ships’ ballast water.
Hull to Hull (H2H), an EU-funded research project is in its Concept Definition phase and will move on to the Technology Adaption and Integrations WP03 this summer.
XVELA announced that Log-In Logistica, a leading provider of door to door intermodal logistic services in Brazil and the Mercosur region, has gone live with XVELA’s Collaborative Stowage Planning application.
Mitsubishi Shipbuilding and Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems, Ltd. (MHPS) have jointly launched the most advanced SOx abatement system, ACTIVE FUNNEL.
RMI has submitted a paper to the IMO Intersessional Working Group (ISWG) on the consistent implementation of the 2020 global fuel oil sulphur standard under MARPOL Annex VI.
LAB, challenged the shipping industry to consider lifecycle costs, including the cost of repairs, maintenance, and shipyard time, as part of the analysis when selecting exhaust gas cleaning, or scrubber, technology.
d’Amico Group, a world leader in maritime transportation in the Dry Cargo and Product Tankers sectors, RINA and Telemar have partnered to build a new fleet digital operating centre in Rome, Italy.