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26 February 2017
Industry News

APM Terminals increases investment in Port Elizabeth terminal to $200m
APM Terminals has unveiled plans to make additional investments in its terminal in Port Elizabeth, US to $200m in order to facilitate handling of ultra-large container ships (ULCS).

Bahri and Bunge to form dry bulk shipping joint venture
Saudi Arabia's Bahri Group subsidiary Bahri Dry Bulk Company (BDB) has entered a definitive agreement with the Netherlands' Koninklijke Bunge (Bunge) to establish a joint venture (JV) to support the import and export of dry bulk in Middle East.

Deals this week: Hyundai Global Services, Ulstein, Fincantieri
Hyundai Global Services (HGS), the marine services spin-off of Hyundai Heavy Industries, and KSS Line, a shipping company based in Korea, have signed a memorandum of understanding to collaborate on the retrofit of the latter's medium-sized LPG carriers with an exhaust gas cleaning system.

Crew of abandoned Malaviya 20 ship receives full wages
A 33-strong crew working on the Indian-flagged ship Malaviya 20 has now received all their outstanding wages after the vessel was abandoned in Great Yarmouth, UK in June last year.

Press Releases

ACO Delivers Clarimars for Installation on New High-Specification Nibulon Tugs
ACO Marine has provided three of its smallest Clarimar wastewater treatment units to Ukraine-based Nibulon Shipbuilding and Repair Yard for installation aboard a range of high specification project tugs.

Champion Door Delivers Large Folding Door to the Meyer Shipyard in Germany
Champion Door delivered a gigantic folding door to the Meyer Werft shipyard in Papenburg, Germany in October 2016.

A New Application for Ice Strengthening Calculations from SDS Aura
There aren't currently any applications or software available for calculating the necessary ice strengthening for icebreakers or ice-going vessels. There are only classification rules describing the requirements. If the designers don't have any tools, verifying of the hull requirements is very time-consuming.

BIO-SEA Wins New Contracts with the French Piriou Shipyard
The only French ballast water treatment manufacturer BIO-SEA will be delivering the Piriou shipyard from Concarneau - France, with three new BIO-SEA90 BWT systems.

Hai Cheung to Build Evoqua SeacureĀ® System Under Licence
Evoqua Water Technologies' SeaCureĀ® ballast water management system (BWMS) continues to build momentum in the marine market. Today, the company expanded its global partnership network by joining forces with Hai Cheung, a leading marine equipment supplier to the Chinese market.

White Papers

Maintenance and Service Solutions for Marine Equipment
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Weather Routing Services for Mariners
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BlueLine Cables for Shipbuilding
Our halogen-free SBlueLine cables are appropriate for flexible use below deck as well as on deck of ships with protected laying without being in permanent contact with oils and fuels....

New State-of-the-Art High-Speed Spooling Centre in Operation at CASAR
CASAR's internal processes are continually checked and improved to control production costs and increase efficiency....

Pre-Engineered Seawater Desalination Units
This white paper provides details about B&P's range of skid-mounted, heavy-duty seawater desalination packages for ships and offshore...

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