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Analysis

  • 2017: The year’s biggest Ship Technology stories

    Ferguson Marine Engineering launched the first of two new liquefied natural gas (LNG) powered ferries at Port Glasgow in Scotland, while Maersk Line acquired Hamburg Süd for €3.7bn. Ship-technology.com wraps...

  • Ship Technology Global: Issue 50

    In this issue: A new automatic wireless induction charging system for hybrid-powered vessels, advancing intelligence awareness systems in shipping, the challenges of building identical sister ships, and more.

  • Protecting the Red Sea from shipping

    The Red Sea has been flagged up as an environmentally sensitive area by researchers, with live coral reefs at constant risk of extinction from intense shipping activities and poor tourism...

  • Australia fights to boost domestic shipping

    Australian unions have launched a new campaign ‘to save Australian shipping’, at a time when the number of Aussie-flagged vessels continues to decline and jobs are being offshored. Abi Millar...

  • Clean-up time for the cruise industry

    A recent report by German environmental group Nabu claims the cruise industry has made no effort in reducing its emissions. Is this a fair assessment or a blinkered misrepresentation of...

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