As the maritime industry discussed short-term measures at the IMO’s MEPC 76, leaders in finance, law and shipping explored who will fund shipping’s road to decarbonisation and net zero at the latest ICS Leadership Insights Live.
From its creation three decades ago to its market-leading position in global shipping today, Azipod® propulsion has revolutionized marine transport with its unparalleled performance, efficiency, sustainability and reliability.
French shipping company Louis Dreyfus Armateurs has selected SCHOTTEL to supply a range of propulsion systems for its second wind farm SOV the “Wind of Hope”, the sister vessel of the “Wind of Change”.
Find out what spark erosion is and how it can damage the main propulsion plant of the ship.
Consistent innovation in maritime technology has lead to the advent of several types of marine propulsion systems in the shipping world. Find out about different types of marine propulsion systems used in the shipping world.
This article throws light on LNG ships in general. The two most famous designs of Q-flex and TFDE LNG ships are being compared. Find out the operational advantages of tri-fuel diesel electric propulsion over diesel engine propulsion.
ABS and MARIN have launched JIP to investigate transparent and validated methods to assess the performance of wind-assisted shipping propulsion technologies, a key driver in owners/operators investment decision-making.
GE’s Marine Solutions was chosen by ASMAR Shipyards to provide the complete scope of an integrated marine propulsion system for the Chilean Navy’s new Antarctic icebreaking Polar Class vessel.
The world’s first electric ferry will be launched in the year 2015 in Norway by Siemens and Norwegian shipyard Fjellstrand. The vessel will take only 10 minutes to recharge.