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Archives for December 2019
Women empowerment in South Africa’s maritime sector took on yet another relatively small but highly significant and historical step forward at the weekend in Cape Town after the country despatched an all women cadet and training officers’ team on a three months voyage to the southern seas.
Remi Eriksen, Group President, and CEO DNV GL discussed some of the upcoming developments in the maritime world in his speech at the Danish Maritime Technology Conference. Read his lightly edited version of these remarks:
HMD is actively marking its presence in the global market for medium-sized container ships, propelled by superior technical capabilities in building eco-friendly ships.
The Port of Salalah hit an all-time record container volume of 4-million TEUs in December 2019.
U.S. Navy awarded a Lockheed Martin-led team, which includes Fincantieri Marinette Marine, a multi-billion dollar order for the construction of four Multi-Mission Surface Combatants ships, as part of the country’s Foreign Military Sales program.
MEYER WERFT, this year the shipyard has handed over three modern cruise ships to international cruise lines. In the years ahead, many demanding and innovative large projects will also be implemented.
U of T researchers has developed a new strategy to remove tiny oil droplets from wastewater with more than 90% efficiency, in just 10 minutes. Their secret weapon: a sponge.
In Istanbul, a container ship rammed into the shore at Rumeli Fortress. No one was reported injured during the incident in Bosphorus. The cargo ship ‘Songa Iridium’ with the Liberian flag.