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Danish Shipping once again opens their doors to Danish Maritime Days, where safety and innovation are some of the topics of events taking place all over Copenhagen.
Per Martin Tanggaard, Nor-Shipping’s straight-talking new Director, plots a path forward for an industry and exhibition that, he believes, can access new opportunities by playing to traditional strengths.
The XRF Analyser provides in-situ analysis of the sulphur content of fuel oil for compliance testing
April 25, Hikawa Maru, the only existing large-scale cargo-passenger ship built in Japan before the war, celebrates its 88th anniversary since delivery.
The new flagship of German TUI Cruises was delivered today from Meyer Turku shipyard. The beautiful 315 m cruise ship is based on a new design, which is an evolution from the very successful Mein Schiff series.
Bureau Veritas’ My Fuel Consumption, now issued in ‘Phase 1’, is an application to guide owners through the regulatory requirements of IMO’s data collection system (DCS) and EU MRV
The Society of Maritime Industries (SMI) is partnering with Seawork International, Europe’s largest commercial marine and workboat exhibition, to develop the new SMI Shipyard Pavilion.
The Alfa Laval Moatti 290 filter for hydraulic control oil (HCO) has now been approved by MAN Diesel & Turbo on its modern two-stroke engines.
In the framework of the expansion and modernisation programme of its owned fleet, the Grimaldi Group has signed an agreement for the construction of six ro/ro vessels, for a total investment worth over $400 million. The order has been awarded to the Chinese shipyard Jinling, thus consolidating an important partnership with the Neapolitan group, the world’s leading company in the ro-ro sector.
The new vessels, whose delivery is expected as from 2020, will have a length of 238 metres, a beam of 34...