Digitization is increasingly serving as an important tool to drive down shipbuilding and repair costs, which will be vital to the Navy’s ability to afford its future larger fleet, the Navy’s top systems-buyer said on Tuesday.
Archives for June 2018
Oakland’s largest marine terminal operator plans to clear the air using hybrid cargo-handling technology. SSA Terminals said it will retrofit 13 diesel-powered cranes with diesel-electric hybrid engines.
In the two years since its inauguration, the Expanded Panama Canal continues to offer record growth across segments and rising trade opportunities around the world
Rolling out LNG infrastructure for shipping in Europe would cost $22 billion and deliver, at best, a 6% reduction in ship greenhouse gas emissions by 2050 compared to the replaced diesel.
Piraeus-based engineering and manufacturing firm Maritech Ltd has signed a sales and distribution agreement with French water microbiology company aqua-tools to meet “significant interest” in onboard ballast water testing from Greek shipowners.
The ITF Seafarers’ Trust and the World Maritime University have announced a new seafarer welfare training programme designed to equip maritime professionals with key skills and knowledge to support the welfare of seafarers.
With the presentation of the RSD Tug 2513, on the 25th June at the ITS 2018 in Marseille, France, Damen introduces its next-generation ship-handling tugs.
GGZEM, in collaboration with partners, announced it has been awarded a $3 million grant by the California Air Resources Board (CARB) to build the first hydrogen fuel cell vessel in the United States.
The ITF and its affiliates are deeply shocked by two terrible accidents that have taken the lives of nearly 200 people.