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All articles by SantoshKumar Dronamraju

  1. Fincantieri secures new cruise ship order from Princess Cruises

    Italian shipbuilding major Fincantieri has secured a €600m order to build a new cruise ship for Princess Cruises, a brand…
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    30 Jul
  2. Globecomm to equip Malaysia’s PBJV barge with VSAT connectivity

    US-based Globecomm Maritime has secured a contract to equip Kota Laksamana 101, a barge owned by Malaysian upstream player PBJV…
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    29 Jul
  3. Raytheon to debut maritime security solution at SMM 2014, Germany

    German navigation system maker Raytheon Anschütz will debut its new shipborne security solution, ShipGuard, at SMM 2014 fair, to be…
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    28 Jul
  4. ABS and MPA sign maritime research and development agreement

    ABS has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) to promote maritime…
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    27 Jul
  5. Southern Towing to equip six towboats with MTU engines

    Memphis-based Southern Towing is planning to equip its six inland waterway towboats with 12 MTU Series 4000 Ironmen engines. Southern…
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    24 Jul
  6. Hyundai Heavy develops new collision avoidance system for ships

    South Korea’s Hyundai Heavy Industries (HHI) has developed new collision avoidance system for ships, named Hyundai intelligent collision avoidance support…
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    23 Jul
  7. GE Marine and Lloyd’s Register collaborate to study gas turbines for ships

    Marine propulsion system provider GE Marine and classification society Lloyd’s Register are collaborating on a study of potential gas turbine-powered…
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    23 Jul
  8. Cosco secures $300m contracts to build accommodation barge and bulk carriers

    Cosco has announced that its subsidiaries have won contracts worth $300m to build one accommodation barge and seven bulk carriers…
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    22 Jul
  9. Saab acquires Swedish shipyard ThyssenKrupp Marine Systems

    Defence major Saab has completed the acquisition of the Swedish shipyard ThyssenKrupp Marine Systems. Formerly known as Kockums, the shipyard…
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    22 Jul
  10. April’s top stories: DNV’s ship efficiency, Petronas’ floating LNG facility

    DNV GL introduces new methodology for ship efficiency DNV GL introduced a new methodology for ship management to identify the…
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    5 May
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