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17 February 2018
Industry News

Bourbon to sell 41 ‘non-smart’ ships
France-based offshore vessel provider Bourbon has announced plans to sell 41 of its old supply vessels, known as the ‘non-smart fleet’, as they are not compatible with the company’s current ‘smart shipping’ project.

JPB and Pelindo I to partner on shipping connectivity
Malaysia-based MMC Group unit Johor Port (JPB) has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Pelabuhan Indonesia I (Pelindo I) to collaborate on the establishment of new roll-on / roll-off (RoRo) activities and shipping connectivity between a selection of their respective ports.

Deals this week: Glider Yachts, DFDS, BMT
Glider Yachts Limited has raised an undisclosed sum in a new venture funding round, which will be used to finance the construction of a new SL24 sports limousine model.

NYK and partners test new onboard IoT platform
Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha (NYK) has carried out a trial run of a next-generation, onboard internet of things (IoT) platform in collaboration with the Monohakobi Technology Institute (MTI), Nippon Telegraph and Telephone (NTT), and NTT Data.

Press Releases

Aboa Mare Publishes Chronicle for 200th Anniversary of Maritime Academy
Aboa Mare has published 'Aboa Mare 200 år' as a documentation of Finland’s oldest vocational training, master training in Turku.

Sander’s Rapid Response Service
Sander provides all of its customers with efficient service across the world to get ships back into operation.

Datum Electronics Opens Office in Athens for Marine Shaft Power Meter and Ship Monitoring Systems
Datum Electronics Ltd is pleased to announce the expansion of the company’s presence to include Athens, Greece. 

QinetiQ Opens New Facility in Farnborough, UK
QinetiQ has opened a new facility to develop and test advanced laser technology.

Aboa Mare Provides First Basic and Advanced Level IGF Course in Turku, Finland, to ESL Shipping
Aboa Mare has met the maritime industry’s training needs and offers Basic and Advanced training for mariners working on board vessels subject to the Code of Safety for Ships using Gases or other Low-flashpoint Fuels (IGF Code).

White Papers

Marine Simulation Training
Aboa Mare provides training for mariners, engineers and officers at the Novia University of Applied Sciences and Vocational Institute Axxell.

Solutions for Worldwide Transport and Logistics
Contex has been providing transport for our customers through the 'Gateway to the World' from our home port in Hamburg, Germany, every day since 1986.

Marine Safety Solutions
The complete SOLAS Global Support range from 3Si offers marine safety solutions.

Why Chemically Clean a Marine Boiler?
Chemically cleaning a steam generating marine boiler is useful to remove any contaminants that may inhibit heat transfer from the water or fire tubes to the water in them, which could result in premature tube failure within the boiler. 

Flame Impingement on Boiler Tubes
Flame impingement of steam raising marine boiler components can cause a number of severe issues that are detrimental to the integrity of the asset.

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