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  • Ship Technology Global: Issue 18

    In this issue: China eyes the cruise market, the security risks of AIS data manipulation, Thales’ new piracy protection system, Eniram’s efficiency vision, the world’s biggest floating drydock and more.

  • A day in the life of a Maersk seafarer

    A career at sea isn’t for the fainthearted. Getting cargo safely from A to B is paramount – and you can’t afford to make mistakes. But for an independent soul...

  • India’s shipyards – on the rise?

    Indian shipyards have long bemoaned the lack of support offered to their industry by a succession of governments, but all that now looks to change, with the announcement of a...

  • Ebola: is it time for a maritime travel and trade ban?

    As the Ebola virus continues to spread, transport and logistics companies are raising their guard with some shipping companies even writing Ebola clauses into their contracts. The International Maritime Organization...

  • Treating ballast water: a bouyant market

    The market for ballast water treatment technology is set to soar as stricter environmental regulation comes into force, requiring operators around the world to retrofit their vessels. But what exactly...

  • Ship Technology Global: Issue 17

    In this issue: emerging piracy threats against oil and gas tankers, the strategies behind new shipping alliances, inside the Quantum of the Seas, hunting for the lost Malaysian Airlines flight...

  • Ship Technology Global: Issue 16

    In this issue: Emerging piracy threats on the map, the impact of European shipping companies flagging out, India’s ambitions to become a major shipbuilding hub, DNV GL’s new battery-powered concept...


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