HamiltonJet is using its capabilities to provide support to essential services in New Zealand, Singapore, Seattle and the United Kingdom during the COVID-19 crisis.
Jumbo has called on Alewijnse Marine to fabricate and install two switchboard panels for its heavy-lift crane vessel Jumbo Javelin. Alewijnse Marine will engineer, supervise, test and commission the cabling and electrical installation activities during the conversion.
The U.S. Coast Guard AMVER awards, a mainstay of recognizing seafarer contribution to safety at sea, will continue despite the ongoing medical situation.
The pump manufacturer from Singapore has had a flying start after a change of ownership, and has increased its turnover by 60%. Sales of FWPPs and scrubber pumps have increased significantly and have created new jobs.
MOL announced that effective April 1, its wholly-owned management companies for tankers, MOLTA and MOLTE will be unified under* a new name: MOL Tankship Management Pte. Ltd.
Fincantieri’s subsidiary is also finalizing another contract which will mark its entry in a new and promising market segment.
IMO has released guidance for cases when COVID-19 results in unforeseen delays in the delivery of newbuild bulk carriers and oil tankers originally scheduled to be delivered before 1 July 2020.
Kongsberg Maritime has taken another bold step in the implementation of its market-leading strategies for autonomous, sustainable shipping thanks to the company’s involvement in an ambitious new tugboat project.
Global maritime charity Stella Maris (Apostleship of the Sea) has reached out to cruise ship crew members as many are left stranded on board with vessels not being allowed to berth at ports.