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20 January 2017
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Press Releases

CBG Systems to Provide Moonraker Products
CBG Systems are pleased to announce that our product range has expanded to include Moonraker products. Moonraker is an Australian company which designs, manufactures and supplies complex antenna systems.

Macduff to Design 12.75m pilot vessel for ABP port of Ayr
Macduff Ship Design are pleased to announce a new contract for the design of a 12.75m pilot vessel for ABP Ayr. The vessel is to be built by Macduff Shipyards with Macduff Ship Design providing a full design and steel cutting package.

Marine Fenders International Develops Customised Donut Fendering Solutions
Marine Fenders International (MFI) engineers have developed the industry's most customisable and versatile donut fendering solutions.

TSI Obtains a Fantastic Result in the Last Vibration Analyst Category II: ISO 184362 Seminar
TSI obtained a fantastic result in the last Vibration Analyst Category II Seminar, that took place from 21 to 25 of November 2016 at its headquarters in Madrid, Spain.

Vessel Conversions at MBM Consultancy
During MBM's 'Sand Carrier - Open Barge' conversion project, the client aimed to convert a vessel from one service sector to another, by an innovative design of a steel structure that covers the open hold of 103m x 21m to allow transport of project cargo using approximately 600t of steel, that may be removed in the future for the vessel to return to its previous operational service sector with minimum re-work (for example, leave all machinery operational and in place).

White Papers

Marine Diesel Engine Safety Monitoring
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Maintenance and Service Solutions for Marine Equipment
Sulzer provides maintenance services for cruise liners, dredgers, passenger and naval ships, offshore production, tankers, and support vessels. We help you to minimise disruption and extend...

Advantages of Regular / Continuous Oil Condition Monitoring
The paper offers the practical example of trend analysis application with regard to two monitoring methods of water-in-oil concentration: regular (with improved and upgraded portable test...

CASAR World of Rope: October 2016
CASAR has released its latest World of Rope newsletter, which features stories about giant Chinese telescope FAST, the installation of ropes at the Three Gorges Dam, attendance at Minexpo...

Steam Raising Plant Failures and Short Term Overheating in Boilers
This white paper provides information about short-term overheating failures in boilers, which are caused when metal temperatures are well in excess of those typically encountered during...


Trade partners: boosting US-India maritime cooperation
India’s shipping, road transport and highways minister Nitin Gadkari led a week-long trade delegation to the US last year, during which the two countries agreed to strengthen their maritime ties. What opportunities does India’s maritime sector offer to American investors and what kind of shape could this partnership take? Patrick Kingsland spoke to Hemal Shah, manager, transport logistics & real estate at the U.S.-India Business Council to find out more.

Anaklia: Georgian port hopes to connect Europe and China
A new deep sea port in the Georgian town of Anaklia hopes to offer a crucial link in the maritime corridor planned between China and Europe. With construction about to begin, Philip Kleinfeld finds out the scale of the port and what it could mean in an area of huge geographical and geopolitical importance.

Stowaways: the hidden problem at sea
A rise in stowaway incidents at South African ports over the past two months proves that despite international efforts, the issue is as prominent as ever. But how do trespassers make it aboard a ship, what can be done to prevent them and who bears the cost and responsibility once the trespasser is found?

Hacking the seas: new blood, new ideas
Hackathons have become increasingly popular across a range of industries, and now the maritime domain is no exception. But, is this really the way in which innovation thrives?

2016: The year's biggest Ship Technology stories
Sanctions lifted on Iran, Scorpio to sell five MR product tankers to Bahri, and Philippines take control of North Korean freight ship. Ship-technology.com wraps up the key headlines from 2016.


Damen Ferry 1806
Damen Ferry 1806 is a class of shallow-draft passenger ferries developed by Damen Shipyards Group.

Chinese Polar Research Vessel
China began construction of a new polar research vessel and icebreaker in December 2016. The ship will be operated by the Polar Research Institute of China (PRIC).

ART 100-42 Class Rotortugs
The ART 100-42 Class Rotortugs are the world's first purpose-built FLNG infield support vessels (ISVs) developed by Robert Allan. Three vessels were built by ASL Shipyard for KT Maritime Services Australia, a joint venture of KOTUG International and Teekay Shipping Australia.

Liverpool 2 Container Terminal
Liverpool 2 is a new deep-water container terminal built on the River Mersey in Seaforth, UK.

Seabourn Ovation Ultra-Luxury Cruise Ship
Seabourn Ovation is the second of two ultra-luxury cruise ships ordered to Fincantieri by Seabourn Cruise Line, a part of Carnival Corporation.

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