Two 35m tall Rotor Sails are estimated to reduce fuel consumption, fuel costs, and emissions by as much as 25%
An ABS-classed Suezmax tanker ordered by Avin International LTD, the first vessel of a potential order of three vessels, is to be the first ammonia-fuel ready vessel in the world.
Bawat is pleased to announce that the Marine Engineering specialist company, Herbosch-Kiere has chosen Bawat’s Mobile containerized BWMS for its reception facility to serve its entire fleet of vessels and barges.
The world’s first fully-electric ship-handling tug of 70 tonnes bollard pull – the Damen RSD-E Tug 2513 – was launched into the water. Damen is building the vessel to supports its customer, New Zealand’s Ports of Auckland.
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 world’s first double-acting, shallow-draught ice-breaking vessel, built by the Dutch shipyard Royal Niestern Sander for the Russian companies Mercury Sakhalin and Pola, will be fitted with Finnish Steerprop’s azimuth units as its main propulsion and steering system.
Sea and gas trials for a Very Large Gas Carrier (VLGC) featuring the technology group Wärtsilä’s pioneering liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) Fuel Supply System are successfully completed.
LPG carrier’s low-speed main-engine converted to dual-fuel running; owner, BW LPG, further enhances already strong green credentials
DSME is the first global shipbuilding industry with artificial intelligence for hot processing A robot system that combines technology is applied.