Marine minerals have been identified by the World Bank, World Economic Forum, and International Energy Agency as one of the potential solutions to meet the increasing demand for the metals currently used in electric vehicle batteries, clean energy technologies and consumer electronics.
Motion Ventures will fast-track critical validation points for product-market fit & scale paths for startups via a corporate consortium of investors & backing from the Singapore Government’s SEEDS Capital.
Alongside the unique Type Approval for the Digi Boiler automated dosing system, Wilhelmsen have also been certified as the first and only approved service supplier for DNV GL’s BMON+ class notation.
The ground-breaking maritime innovation project is granted EUR 8m in European funding as the Norwegian government announces a strengthened focus on the development and commercialization of hydrogen as a carbon-neutral fuel.
Offering consistently faster, more efficient, and safer mooring, Synergy Ocean, Viking Cruises, Berge Bulk, and Finnlines have all signed up to be first to utilize Wilhelmsen’s one of a kind digital mooring system aboard their vessels.
Signing a joint venture letter of intent, Wilhelmsen’s Marine Products division and thyssenkrupp aim to re-examine and optimize the production and delivery process of 3D printed spare parts for the unique demands of the maritime market.
Kongsberg Maritime and Massterly have signed contracts with the leading Norwegian grocery distributor ASKO to equip two new vessels with autonomous technology, and to manage their operations at sea.
Wilhelmsen’s Marine Products division has signed an MOU with Singapore-based drone delivery provider F-drones, for last-mile delivery of its 3D printed spare parts.
People outside the shipping industry rarely appreciate the inherent challenges we face in ensuring that American designed shoes, manufactured in Vietnam, are always in stock and on shelves in Hong Kong sneaker stores day in and day out.