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16 March 2018
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From Cost to Profit: A Fresh Look at Ship Safety Management
Despite a growing body of evidence proving the relationship between improved safety performance and positive financial results, many ship-owners continue to embrace old ways of thinking about safety and risk management.

Marine Grade Coatings and Sealers
Marine Grade products delivered by specguard offer long-term protection from adverse weather conditions and the demanding marine environment. This includes coated piles, ship fenders, buoys and other structures that need lasting protection.

Nauticast AtoN2-3 Professional Solution
The Nauticast AtoN2-3 offers full aid-to-navigation(AtoN) functionality in compliance with IEC 62320-2 Edition 2 for maritime shipping with the latest draft paper on AtoN use in EU Inland shipping.

Protection for Marine Glass and Windows
Make any glass surface self-cleaning, with easy maintenance with Nanoman Glass Coating. Water rolls off the windows taking dirt and contaminants with it.

Marine System Ventilation Duct and Equipment
Alnor offers cost-effective ventilation and airtight ducting systems for the shipping industry, as well as the pre-insulated ducts and fittings IZOL system and silencers.

Press Releases

Customised Matchmaking Program to Connect Suppliers and Buyers at CIBS 2018
The China International Boat Show (CIBS 2018) has crafted a programme creating the perfect opportunity for entrepreneurs, business people, and companies to network and collaborate with industry partners.

Axces Specialist Silencer and Chimney Combinations for Ships
Axces vertical free-standing silencers economise space, cost, and value for money, and are available from the company's one-stop shop for ship silencer solutions.

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.

ShibataFenderTeam US Office Success at Mexico Port
The Port of Lazaro Cardenas is the first semi-automated terminal in Latin America after ShibataFenderTeam's US office completed handling there.


Is Southeast Asia home to the most dangerous waters in the world?
Increasing piracy, shipping accidents and political disputes have made Southeast Asia a dangerous place for seafarers. But what is the cause of these issues, and to what extent are countries in the region taking steps to solve them?

The Royal Alfred Society: a shelter for seafarers since 1865
For over 150 years, the Royal Alfred Seafarers’ Society has been providing retired seafarers and their dependants a safe haven in their later years. While the facilities have changed to incorporate modern standards and evolving requirements, the charity’s commitment is the same as the day it was founded: providing a place that seafarers can call home.

Market fresh: the challenge of local and responsibly sourcing on-board cruise ships
Recent years have seen a surge in consumer awareness of where and how food is sourced. This trend has also impacted the cruise industry, with more and more operators making efforts to source food locally and responsibly. But what challenges does local and ethical food sourcing present for the cruise sector?

Future Cruise: Issue 3
In this issue: Carnival's LNG-powered fleet, Brisbane's mega cruise ship terminal, a look inside MSC Seaside, the challenges of sourcing food locally and ethically, and more

Ship Technology Global: Issue 52
In this issue: The challenges of implementing the Ballast Water Management Convention, using satellites to monitor the oceans, the advantages of slowing down vessels, how landlocked countries have developed maritime economies, and more.


Damen ATD TUG 2412
The Damen ATD 2412 series of twin fin tugs is being offered by Damen Shipyards Group for use in towing, mooring and fire-fighting operations.

Port of Walvis Bay’s New Container Terminal
Port of Walvis Bay, the biggest commercial port in Namibia, is operated by Namibian Port Authority (Namport).

EVOLUTION Class Oil/Chemical Tankers
The EVOLUTION-class 7,999dwt oil/chemical tankers are being built by AVIC Dingheng Shipyard for Sweden-based Sirius Shipping.

Tallink’s Megastar LNG-Fuelled Fast Ferry
Tallink’s new liquefied natural gas (LNG) fuelled fast ferry Megastar was constructed by Meyer Turku shipyard.

Delicay Series Tractor Tugs
The Delicay series of tractor tugs are being built by Sanmar in collaboration with Robert Allan.

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