All articles by Kavya Chivukula

Kavya Chivukula

IBM to develop cyber resilience centre at Port of Los Angeles

IBM Security has signed a new agreement with the Port of Los Angeles to boost its cybersecurity readiness and to enhance threat-sharing and collaboration with the supply chain ecosystem.

Rolls-Royce acquires UK-based Servowatch Systems

Rolls-Royce announced the acquisition of UK-based supplier of integrated marine automation solutions, Servowatch Systems, from Indian company Larsen & Toubro (L&T).

i4 Insight partners with GreenSteam to cut costs for shipowners

i4 Insight has partnered with GreenSteam to offer solutions that will help drive reductions in greenhouse gas emissions and cut operating costs for shipowners.

Jiangnan Shipyard receives order for two VLECs from TSM

Jiangnan Shipyard has received an order from Tianjin Southwest Maritime (TSM) to build two 98,000 cbm very large ethane carriers (VLECs) to ABS class.

Malaysia’s Dayang Topaz crashes into offshore oil rig of Petronas

Malaysian offshore support vessel, called Dayang Topaz, crashed into a rig operated by state oil company Petronas off Sarawak on Borneo island, killing two crew members.

Foreship employs drones to boost accuracy in draught surveys

Foreship, a naval architecture and marine engineering company, has stated that draught surveys deploying drones boost the accuracy of readings in addition to the speed and safety of the survey process.

Pilot LNG and GAC to provide LNG from Galveston LNG Bunker Port

Pilot LNG and GAC Bunker Fuel have partnered for the delivery of liquefied natural gas (LNG) as a marine fuel from the Galveston LNG Bunker Port, which will become the region’s first dedicated LNG bunker terminal.

Hyundai to provide smart ship solutions to KSS Line

Hyundai Global Services (HGS) has signed a contract to provide its smart ship and satellite communications (SSSC) package to South Korea-based KSS Line’s fleet, which is supported by Inmarsat’s Fleet Xpress and digital solution Fleet Connect.

Wartsila to deliver cargo handling system for two VLECs

Marine technology company Wartsila has received a contract for the delivery of cargo handling and fuel supply system for two very large ethane carriers (VLEC).

US DoT awards $220m funding for improvement of ports

The US Department of Transportation has awarded over $220m as discretionary funding to boost facilities at ports in 15 states and territories.