Avikus, a subsidiary of HD Hyundai (former Hyundai Heavy Industries Holdings), has successfully carried out autonomous navigation of a large ship across the ocean, becoming the first company in the world to accomplish such a feat.
Hyundai Heavy Industries Group (HHI), Korea Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (KSME) succeeded in winning orders for eight vessels worth a total of KRW 1.283.6 trillion.
The European Union (EU) regulators are thought to be preparing to veto a merger between Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering and Hyundai Heavy Industries Group per reports from the Financial Times.
Bureau Veritas has delivered an Approval in Principle (AiP) to Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) for its design and development of “Hi-Float”, a floating offshore wind turbine foundation.
The JDPs address green hydrogen production and offshore carbon capture and storage (CCS), two technologies that will be critical to achieving net-zero.
Marine engine designer and power system integrator WinGD and engine builder Hyundai Heavy Industries’ Engine Machinery Division (HHI-EMD) are to strengthen their collaboration by partnering to develop environmentally sustainable two-stroke engine technology.
Wärtsilä will supply four shaft generator systems to provide power take-off from the main engines for two LNG Carrier vessels.
Classification society DNV and the Liberian International Ship & Corporate Registry (LISCR) have awarded an Approval in Principle (AiP) to Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) and Korea Shipbuilding & Offshore Engineering CO.
Collaboration follows market demand for technological development related to digitalised vessels and drive for large scale LNG carriers.