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A group of the world’s largest shipping organisations has unveiled plans to form a multi-billion dollar research and development programme aimed at eliminating CO2 emissions from international shipping. Read more

AUTOMOTIVE & HEAVY VEHICLES

Finland's Konecranes has won a contract from the US Navy to deliver a 175-tonne portal jib crane to the Puget Sound Naval Shipyard in the State of Washington. The $46-million (€41.4-million) order was booked in December and contains options for... Read more

CONSTRUCTION & ENGINEERING

Société du Canal Seine-Nord Europe has named Sweco and Arcadis as being amongst the companies chosen to plan and design a large canal for inland vessels up to 4,400 tonnes, which will connect the waterways of France, Belgium and the Netherlands... Read more

CONSTRUCTION & ENGINEERING

Baltic shipping giant Viking Line has announced that is now building its new vessel, Viking Glory, which it claims will be one of the world’s most climate-smart vessels when it is put into service in 2021... Read more

AUTOMOTIVE & HEAVY VEHICLES

Finnish technology group Wärtsilä has signed a strategic development agreement with Chinese state-owned shipbuilder CSSC Huangpu Wenchong Shipbuilding Company. The five year agreement, which was signed December 3 at the Marintec conference and... Read more

An integrated, sustainable, intelligent, synchronised and optimised transport and logistics network is essential to deliver upon societal challenges as well as to enhance or increase the competitiveness of all parties involved... Read more

Large-scale floating photovoltaics plants can be one of the solutions for a sustainable energy supply. The EU has now approved a project that will optimise the anchoring and mooring of floating solar plants and adapt the anchoring to ocean... Read more

One year on following SEA Europe and industriAll’s Joint Manifesto: Maritime Technology: A Strategic Sector for Europe (2018), the European Social Partners are calling for strong commitment from EU policy makers to defend European industry and... Read more

German industrial conglomerate thyssenkrupp has announced plans to invest €250-million in its Marine Systems division, which builds warships and submarines... Read more

Dogger Bank Wind Farms, the world's largest offshore wind farm, has announced that Luxembourg-based maritime infrastructure specialist Jan De Nul is to join the North Sea project... Read more

Samson, a major developer of high-performance synthetic rope solutions and commercial marine applications, has announced that it has received the Type Approval Certificate for fibre ropes intended for permanent mooring applications covered by POSA... Read more

Gasum, the Nordic gas sector expert and a major supplier of small scale liquefied natural gas (LNG), announced the appointment of Jacob Granqvist to the newly-created position of Sales Director of Gasum’s marine LNG business... Read more

VIKING’s LifeCraft system has now obtained flag state approval as a novel life-saving appliance to be installed on passenger ships for the utmost safety in evacuation emergencies... Read more

Corvus Energy celebrated the grand opening of its automated battery factory in Bergen, Norway. Yesterday, approximately 450 guests from around the globe attended the opening ceremony, representing ship owners and shipbuilders, marine technology... Read more

Danfoss Editron has delivered two 105 kW motors that will help power Edel, the first hybrid vessel built for the aquaculture sector by Norwegian shipyard Moen Marin. Edel is also the first diesel-electric vessel in the fleet of NRS Farming... Read more

MacGregor, part of Cargotec, has designed the cargo system for the world’s largest containership, MSC Gülsün, which was delivered in July 2019 by South Korea’s Samsung Heavy Industries. She is 400 m long, 61.5 m wide and is the first in a series... Read more

The world's first floating nuclear reactor power station, the Akademik Lomonosov, has set sail on its maiden voyage from the port of Murmansk, in northern Russia. The vessel is to bring energy to settlements and companies involved in the... Read more

The oceans have been around for roughly 4.5 billion years. They cover 70% of the planet, but we have yet to explore 95% of their depths. In a bid to further investigate the wonders of the deep, scientists have recently researched mining rare... Read more

A threat to jobs, a health and safety risk and a technological nightmare. Despite these common protests against robotic technology, demand is growing, creating a new challenge for robot component suppliers. Chris Johnson, managing director of... Read more

The Clean Arctic Alliance has challenged Chinese state-owned shipping and logistics services supplier to make public the fuel that is being used on its vessels in the Arctic waters between the Pacific and Atlantic... Read more

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