Ship Technology

News, views and contacts from the global Ship industry
17 August 2018
Industry News

Rolls-Royce launches energy storage system for ships
Rolls-Royce has launched a lithium-ion-based energy storage system for ships with an aim to offer a clean, safe and cost-efficient system to ship owners.

STQ receives ferry powered by Wärtsilä engines
Canadian operator Société des traversiers du Québec (STQ) has received a new ferry fitted with a broad scope of Wärtsilä solutions.

Yang Ming selects CSBC to build ten container ships
Yang Ming Marine Transport has awarded a contract to CSBC Corporation to build ten 2,800 twenty-foot equivalent unit (TEU) class full container vessels.

Vard to build autonomous electric container vessel for Yara
Vard has secured a contract worth approximately Nkr250m ($29m) from Yara to build an autonomous electric container vessel named Yara Birkeland.

Press Releases

Dellner to Launch New BUEL STL Braking System at SMM 2018
Dellner Brakes is launching a brand new range of ‘plug and play’ electrohydraulic braking systems at this year’s SMM in Hamburg, Germany, combining the very best of Swedish and German engineering, from Dellner Brakes and sister company Pintsch Bubenzer, for the very first time.

GF Piping Systems Releases COOL-FIT 2.0 for Efficient Cooling
GF Piping Systems has released the COOL-FIT 2.0 pre-insulated PE100 plastic piping system to meet the comfort and safety needs of the modern society.

Martechnic Showcasing New Products at SMM 2018
Martechnic provides oil quality management products for lubricant and hydraulic oil, including marine distillate and residual fuels.

Xeamos To Make Its Debut At Monaco Yacht Show
Xeamos will participate in its first Monaco Yacht Show, one of the most prestigious boat shows in the world.

Visit Veinland at SMM in Hamburg, Germany
Veinland has announced that it will be exhibiting at SMM in Hamburg, Germany.

White Papers

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 the lifetime of your equipment.

Access Gangway Systems, Cranes, and Hose Loading Arms and Towers for Ships
Buitendijk Techniek provides a range of advanced gangway systems, cranes, hose loading arms, and hose towers for use within the shipping industry.

New Type 3 AtoN (Marine Aid-to-Navigation) Available from Nauticast
The Nauticast AtoN2-3 offers full aid-to-navigation(AtoN) functionality in compliance with IEC 62320-2 Edition 2 for maritime shipping with the latest draft paper on AtoN use in EU Inland shipping.

QE Class Aircraft Carriers Case Study
Dellner Brakes AB has been collaborating with Rolls-Royce to supply braking systems to the UK Royal Navy for more than a decade and, in 2008, secured the contract to supply the Royal Navy’s next generation Carrier Vessel Future (CVF) programme.

TSI Brochure
From sophisticated purpose-built workshops and engineering facilities and partners worldwide, TSI delivers cost-effective services on time across five continents.

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