GTT has received two orders from the Korean shipyards, one from Hyundai Samho Heavy Industries (HSHI) and the other one from HHI for the tank design of two LNGC.
Hyundai Heavy Industries
ABS is First to Issue a Product Design Assessment for HHI’s Smart Technology
The new vessel will be for the same shipping line as the last three ships ordered last year, and it will be equipped with a desulfurization unit that can pass through both new and old Panama Canals and can also respond to IMO 2020 SOx regulations.
HYUNDAI HEAVY INDUSTRY recently received AiP for the LPG fuel supply system. This fuel supply system is a system that reliably supplies LPG fuel according to the pressure and temperature conditions of the engine. It is installed on 600,000 m3 LPG carriers.
European Commission has opened an in-depth investigation to assess the proposed acquisition of DSME by another shipbuilding group, Hyundai Heavy Industries Holdings, under the EU Merger Regulation.
DNV GL awarded Hyundai Heavy Industries approval in principle (AiP) certificates for its “Standard FPSO (model name: Hi-PROS)” design.
ABS, HHI and HGS have agreed on a framework for the exchange of Digitalization and Decarbonization (D&D) concepts to apply to present and future designs.
HHI has received type approval from LR for the network security digital component of its ISS, confirming that the approved component performs its functionality seamlessly. The is the first ever type approval of a digital component.
Ocean Yield ASA is pleased to announce that it has taken delivery of the VLCC “Nissos Santorini”.