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  • Transfer company gains LEEA status

    Reflex Marine, a global marine transfer solutions provider to the offshore, marine and renewables industries, has been awarded with the Lifting Equipment Engineers Association (LEEA) development member status. 28 Jul 2014 - Maritime Journal

  • CWind safety award

    CWind Ltd, a UK based provider of services to the offshore wind industry, has been acknowledged at the RoSPA Occupational Health and Safety Awards 2014. The Gold award in the prestigious annual scheme run by the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) was presented during a ceremony at the ExCeL London. 28 Jul 2014 - Maritime Journal

  • PC Maritime upgrades ECDIS

    UK-based PC Maritime has upgraded its ECDIS to ensure it meets the requirements of the new VDR Performance Standard. 25 Jul 2014 - Maritime Journal

  • ChartWorld extends product portfolio

    Leading German chart agent specialising in digital maritime data, ChartWorld, has added the innovative OceanWise Marine Themes dataset to its portfolio. 24 Jul 2014 - Maritime Journal

  • Furuno and ENL join forces

    Japan’s Furuno Electric Co has acquired an initial 10% shareholding stake in New Zealand marine electronics company, Electronic Navigation Ltd (ENL), and its wholly-owned subsidiary WASSP Ltd. 24 Jul 2014 - Maritime Journal

  • More comprehensive response to UK flooding needed

    The UK’s Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) has welcomed the latest ‘Managing climate risks to well-being and the economy’ report published by the Adaptation Sub-Committee of the Committee on Climate Change, particularly the need for better flood resilience. 24 Jul 2014 - Maritime Journal

  • MTU engines for Seacat WFSVs

    MTU is to provide six of its 12V 2000 M72 engines for three new windfarm support vessels (WFSVs) being built for UK-based Seacat Services. 23 Jul 2014 - Maritime Journal

  • Concordia en route to be scrapped

    The work of the Conquest Offshore ‘Dutch Conquest’ MB1 crane ship is almost done now the sunken ‘Costa Concordia’ has been refloated in one of the world’s largest salvage operations. 22 Jul 2014 - Maritime Journal

  • New paddleboat for longest fjord

    An unusual new stern paddle-boat has gone into operation on Germany’s longest fjord, the Schlei, continuing a local shipping tradition and replacing a popular event and excursion predecessor. 22 Jul 2014 - Maritime Journal

  • Kiel on target after terminal work

    The German port of Kiel has completed work on the expansion of one cruise terminal and won a race against time to finalise remedial work at another. 22 Jul 2014 - Maritime Journal

  • Hydrodemolition at the Port of Liverpool

    Specialist UK contractor Corejet, part of Core Cut Ltd, has been using hydrodemolition techniques on the UK’s Port of Liverpool Seaforth Passage widening project for Peel Ports. 21 Jul 2014 - Maritime Journal

  • Marine couplings on show at SMM

    UK-based Renold Hi-Tec Couplings is showcasing its range of power transmission couplings for marine applications at this year’s SMM trade fair, taking place in Hamburg in September. 21 Jul 2014 - Maritime Journal

  • Scania’s Tier II workboat engines

    With the addition of IMO Tier II emissions certification, more customers will be able to benefit from the high engine torque offered by Swedish engine manufacturer, Scania, for coastal and oceangoing marine operations. 18 Jul 2014 - Maritime Journal

  • Windfarm development: is it worth the risk?

    For most, the aftermath of WWI and WWII is a thing of the past, but for European windfarm developers, it could be more of an everyday risk. 18 Jul 2014 - Maritime Journal

  • Foynes-Limerick road scheme begins

    In Ireland, Limerick City and County Council has commenced the planning and design of a proposed new road linking the Port of Foynes in West Limerick with the M7/N18 at Limerick City. 18 Jul 2014 - Maritime Journal

  • Work begins on Dudgeon offshore windfarm

    Statoil and Statkraft will begin construction work on the Dudgeon offshore windfarm in 2016, aiming for full production in late 2017. 18 Jul 2014 - Maritime Journal

  • Renewables benefit from massive EU funding

    Offshore wind and marine energy are set to benefit from a recent awarding of €1bn funding by the European Commission in various renewable energy sources. 18 Jul 2014 - Maritime Journal

  • HelWin2 convertor station safely installed

    Siemens has completed installation of the HelWin2 offshore platform, part of the German DC grid connection project for German–Dutch grid operator TenneT. 18 Jul 2014 - Maritime Journal

  • Scottish Government awards £2.2m to cut offshore wind costs

    Scottish Government First Minister Alex Salmond has announced the awarding of £2.2m to a project aimed at cutting the cost of offshore wind by at least 10%. 18 Jul 2014 - Maritime Journal

  • Four-track subsea trencher targets windfarm market

    UK based IHC Engineering Business has introduced the world’s first four-tracked subsea trencher, developed for operation in shallow waters and specifically for cable burial at offshore windfarms. 18 Jul 2014 - Maritime Journal

  • Autopilot gets colour display

    Japanese marine electronics major Furuno has introduced a colour display for its NavPilot Control Unit. Also, the cosmetics of the NavPilot 711C have been redesigned cosmetically to provide a better match with Furuno's flagship line of NavNet TZtouch MFDs. 17 Jul 2014 - Maritime Journal

  • Captec extends range

    Captec, a Fareham, UK manufacturer of industrial computers for challenging environments, has extended its marine computer range to a full portfolio, including embedded computers, servers, panel computers and displays. This is a comprehensive selection that complies with rigorous certification, designed as a scalable and versatile resource for both primary and critical marine systems. 17 Jul 2014 - Maritime Journal