The growing concern over reducing carbon foot prints of sea going vessels is pushing the maritime industry to innovate and evolve like never before. We bring to you ten future green ships that would change the face of the shipping industry in the years to come.
Archives for March 2019
Philly Shipyard, Inc. (PSI), the sole operating subsidiary of Philly Shipyard ASA (Oslo: PHLY), delivered ‘Kaimana Hila’ to Matson Navigation Company, Inc. (Matson).
MOL and Karpowership announced that the parties have agreed to collaborate in the LNG-to-Powership business (“Business”) to become the world’s most reliable and preferable LNG to Powership solution provider, under the brand name of “KARMOL”.
Rollover is a phenomenon which takes place in ships carrying liquefied gaseous cargo in pressurized tanks. Rollover can lead to dangerous conditions if proper precaution is not taken. Find out more about Rollover and ways to prevent it inside the article
Already under construction at Freire Shipyard in Vigo, Spain, the advanced new replacement for the Belgian research vessel RV Belgica is due to be handed over to the BELSPO in October 2020.
The offshore support vessel industry, which Maersk Supply Service operates within, has over the last three years exhibited clear signs of distress, reducing company market capitalisations and lower asset values.
Navayuga Container Terminal (NCT) reached an important milestone on 27th March 2019, by handling 500,000 TEU for the first time in a Financial Year.
Denmark and Ghana have cooperated on e-navigation solutions, implementation of international regulations and training of tugboat captains since 2015.
Sea Legend Pilotage’s current aluminium pilot vessels can reach speeds of 20 knots. The new Damen vessels are based on a composite FRP hull.