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ABB Intends to Spin Off Its Turbocharging Business

Jul 21, 2022

ABB announced its intention to spin off Accelleron (formerly ABB Turbocharging) turbocharging division, by way of a dividend in kind of Accelleron Industries Ltd’s shares to ABB’s shareholders. Accelleron’s listing on SIX Swiss Exchange in Zurich is planned for October 3…

Mergers & Acquisitions: Alfa Laval Inks Deal to Acquire Scanjet

Jun 16, 2022

Alfa Laval signed an agreement to acquire marine tank cleaning equipment supplier Scanjet.Scanjet has expanded from fixed and portable tank cleaning equipment into intelligent tank management, and its solutions and organization will become part of Alfa Laval per an agreement signed on 16 June 2022…

MSC Signs On with Kongsberg Digital to 'Digitalize' 500 Ships

Jun 09, 2022

Kongsberg Digital and MSC has signed a contract for digitalizing MSC’s entire fleet consisting of approximately 500 vessels with Vessel Insight.“This is a very important contract for MSC as making our fleet more sustainable is one of our top priorities…

HAV Group's Hydrogen Energy System for Cruise Vessels Gets Preliminary DNV Approval

Jun 01, 2022

Norwegian technology provider HAV Group ASA has received preliminary approval from DNV for its hydrogen-based energy system for cruise ships.The system uses liquefied hydrogen storage and fuel cells and was created as part of the FreeCO2ast project…

Maritime Safety: ACR, Ocean Signal Develop New EPIRB with Integrated AIS

May 26, 2022

ACR Electronics and Ocean Signal announced the development of next generation EPIRBs.Introducing integrated AIS (Automatic Identification System) within their EPIRBs for the first time in conjunction with further new technology, ACR and Ocean…

Corvus Energy to open new Battery Factory in the U.S.

May 19, 2022

As the maritime industry increasingly moves towards propulsion solutions that help cut emissions, battery technology is increasingly taking center stage on a number of ship, boat and offshore energy installations. Leading the charge are a number of battery manufacturers globally…

Danelec Scores Order to Outfit 100+ Ships

May 18, 2022

Danelec Marine will roll-out out a digital upgrade across a fleet of 100+ vessels, following an order placed in March 2022. The ships will be connected to the DanelecConnect Cloud platform where a package of performance monitoring applications will unlock operational insight…

Tech Feature: Next-Generation Maritime Electrical Solutions Today

May 17, 2022

Asbjørn Halsebakke of Yaskawa Environmental Energy/The Switch discusses the application in maritime for the company’s new generation DC-Hub with its unique Electronic DC Breaker (EDCB) and Electronic Bus Link (EBL).Your company is starting to talk about its new generation DC-Hub…

Cavotec Wins €15.7 Million Shore Power Order

May 03, 2022

Cavotec reports it has won a shore power order valued at €15.7 million from a major global container shipping line. Deliveries are scheduled to start in the fourth quarter of 2022 and continue throughout 2023 and 2024.Cavotec is to supply its…

Tech File: GF Piping Systems Launches Fire-retardant Pipe Jacket System

Apr 27, 2022

GF Piping Systems launched HEAT-FIT at Seatrade Cruise Global in Miami, debuting a lightweight, corrosion-free, and efficient thermoplastic piping system.With the HEAT-FIT Jacket System, GF Piping Systems offers a solution that introduces thermoplastic…

Pair of Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection Vessels to Sport Azipod Propulsion

Apr 27, 2022

ABB inked a deal with Chantiers de l’Atlantique for Ritz-Carlton Yacht Collection to supply the electric propulsion systems and remote support for the luxury cruise operator’s two forthcoming mega-yachts. The ships are the second and third in a series that began with Ritz-Carlton Evrima…

Stena Line Vessels to Be Fitted with Yara Shore Power Solutions

Apr 21, 2022

Stena Line and Yara Marine Technologies have signed a contract to install Yara Marine’s shore power solution on board four ferries as part of Stena Line’s efforts to minimize carbon emissions from their fleet. When connected to the local power grid at the port…

To Achieve Greener Shipping, "There's an App for That"

Apr 13, 2022

As part of a R&D project, Bernhard Schulte Shipmanagement (BSM) has investigated the influence of the behavioral change of individual seafarers on carbon emissions on selected ships managed by BSM Deutschland (BSMD). Using clean-tech start-up Signol’s app…

Wärtsilä to Maximize Engine Uptime, Reduce Emissions on Two MMS LNG Carriers

Apr 13, 2022

Finland-based marine engine and technology specialist Wärtsilä has signed agreements with the Japanese shipping group MMS to optimize maintenance and emissions for two MMS LNG carriers and maximize engine uptime.Wärtsilä said the agreements…

Konecranes, Cargotec Drop Merger Plans

Apr 07, 2022

Finnish engineering groups Konecranes and Cargotec decided on March 29 to cancel their planned merger after the United Kingdom Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) blocked the transaction, citing competition issues.The British watchdog decided to block the potential 4…

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First LNG Carrier Arrives at New German Mukran Terminal

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Brazil's Paranagua Port Resumes Operations After Fire

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ZIM Names Trio of LNG Containerships

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