A Belfast, Northern Ireland, UK-based consortium led by Artemis Technologies is set to develop zero-emissions ferries for maritime transportation.
Marine technology group Wartsila has received an order from Dubai-based E-Marine to upgrade its fleet, which is expected to improve efficiency.
Kongsberg Digital has received a contract from Güngen Maritime & Trading to deliver K-Sim Cargo Handling Simulator.
Chile-based SAAM has finalised an order with Cargotec subsidiary Kalmar for the delivery of 16 Kalmar Ottawa T2 terminal tractors for its Chile and Ecuador terminals.
Marine technology company Wartsila has announced that it has joined the Mayflower Autonomous Research Ship.
A Japanese consortium has won a place in The Nippon Foundation-led ‘Joint Technological Development Programme for the Demonstration of Unmanned Ships’.
Finnish company Konecranes has received an order to supply a fleet of 16 diesel-electric Konecranes Noell straddle carriers to APM Terminals (AMPT) Rotterdam in the Netherlands.
Marine technology company Wartsila has received an order to supply its Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC) Recovery System and a liquefied natural gas (LNG) Fuel Gas Supply System.
US-based shipbuilding company Vigor Fab has selected ABB as its hybrid-electric propulsion and energy storage system provider for new vessels for the Washington State Ferry fleet.
Marine technology company Wartsila has received an order to provide propulsion solutions for a new 115m-long high-speed ferry.