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One-day oil spill emergency planning exercise

ABP’s Garston team in the UK has participated in a full-day oil spill emergency planning exercise in order to improve incident response times and demonstra... Read more

Gondan building four Eco Fast ferries

The GRP Division of the Spanish Gondan shipyard has built four Eco Fast ferries with a capacity for 350 passengers for Baleària shipping company with the f... Read more

‘Acta Auriga’ arrived at Ulsteinvik

Acta Marine and Ulstein Verft have announced that the Ulstein SX195 hull of Acta Marine’s new Walk-to-Work vessel ‘Acta Auriga’ has now safely arrived for ... Read more

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