Major milestone for the future CCGS Capt. Jacques Cartier follows its launch, along with delivery of the first Offshore Fisheries Science Vessel, the CCGS Sir John Franklin, in June.
Wärtsilä will engineer, supply, and install complete battery hybrid packages to two offshore supply vessels owned by the Norway-based operator Atlantic Offshore.
The new range of fuel grades is in line with IMO 2020, the new IMO regulation limiting the sulphur content from the current 3.5% to 0.5%.
Jan De Nul Group completes the capital dredging works for the Channel Risk and Optimization Project in Port Hedland, Western Australia, and can look back on successful three-year cooperation with the Pilbara Ports Authority.
The main story for 2018/19 has been the positive developments in the large LNG sector, which we are expecting to continue throughout the rest of 2019 into 2020.
Freudenberg Sealing Technologies will act as a technology partner in the Pa-X-ell2 project. The goal is to develop a new generation of fuel cells for use on seagoing vessels.
MISC through its wholly-owned subsidiaries have secured agreements with ExxonMobil Corporation’s wholly-owned subsidiary, SeaRiver for the time charter contracts of two LNGCs
The next ship to join the leading cruise line’s innovative lineup will be named Wonder of the Seas and set sail from Shanghai, China.
Kalmar, part of Cargotec, has announced the introduction of Automated Truck Handling (ATH) to its Kalmar AutoStrad™ offering.