Hyundai Heavy Industries, the world’s number one shipbuilder, invests KRW 1 trillion in eco-friendly future businesses in preparation for the low-carbon era.
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The merger between Hyundai Heavy Industries Holdings (HHI) and Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering (DSME) has been given green signal by China’s anti-trust authority.
DNV GL, the world’s leading classification society, and HHI Group, the world’s largest shipyard, have teamed up to embark on the development of future-proof tanker designs.
Three global shipping leaders have united to sign a MOU in a push for cleaner, more efficient and greener vessel hull performance.
ABS, HHI Group and the Marshall Islands Registry (MIR) have completed a joint development project (JDP) to create an environmentally friendly, solvent-free coating for water ballast tanks that only requires one coat.
Wärtsilä’s recently introduced Compact Reliq reliquefaction plant will be installed in two new LNG Carrier vessels being built for Norway-based Knutsen OAS Shipping.
HHI has developed a Digital Health Management system for safety and operational efficiency of IMO Type-B LNG fuel tanks and this new and advanced system, an industry first, has achieved AiP
Wärtsilä’s proven experience in delivering cargo handling systems for gas carriers has been cited as a key consideration in the award of a new contract for Very Large Ethane Carriers.
Inmarsat’s Fleet Xpress and digital solution Fleet Connect will support Hyundai Global Services (HGS) new contract to deliver a Smart Ship and Satellite Communications package to the KSS Line shipping fleet.