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  • Waterjet satisfaction

    Successful sea trials of Tampa Yacht Manufacturing’s latest 50 Fast Attack Craft have resulted in high praise for the performance of its Swedish and UK manufactured MJP waterjets. 16 Sep 2014 - Maritime Journal

  • Positive port paper

    The latest Barometer Report from Swedish headquartered Trelleborg, which discusses the issues impacting ports and terminals around the globe, has revealed the most optimistic outlook on investment since the annual industry survey began in 2010. 16 Sep 2014 - Maritime Journal

  • OSIL buoy for Cyprus installation

    UK-based Ocean Scientific International Ltd (OSIL) has supplied a 1.2m Tern Buoy to Gardline Environmental Ltd, for installation in Cyprus. 15 Sep 2014 - Maritime Journal

  • Transas T-Bridge

    Transas Marine has expanded its product portfolio with the launch of the T-Bridge, which the Swedish headquartered company claims is the most advanced integrated navigation system ‘where professional bridge equipment meets aviation, automation and even tablet technology’. 15 Sep 2014 - Maritime Journal

  • Further expansion for Tidal Transit

    Norfolk UK based crew transfer expert, Tidal Transit, is expanding due to continued growth in the construction, maintenance and operation of offshore windfarms in UK coastal waters. 15 Sep 2014 - Maritime Journal

  • SMM showcase

    This year’s SMM saw Denmark headquartered global safety specialist, Viking, release more innovations than at any other point in its 50-year history, including new developments in PPE clothing, safety equipment outsourcing, onboard training solutions, and evacuation systems. The company also released a catalogue that almost doubled the number of maritime products. 15 Sep 2014 - Maritime Journal

  • Ghost ship concept

    Researchers at classification society DNV GL have developed ‘ReVolt’, a vessel that is greener, smarter and safer than conventionally fuelled and operated vessels. Autonomous, fully battery powered and highly efficient – ‘ReVolt is claimed to be a new shipping concept that offers a possible solution to the growing need for transport capacity. 12 Sep 2014 - Maritime Journal

  • Tier III genset

    The German based Rolls-Royce brand MTU and Fairplay Towage are to test an MTU diesel genset with SCR exhaust aftertreatment in a harbour tug in order to verify compliance with IMO Tier III emission requirements that come into force as of 2016. The nitrogen oxide (NOx) emissions will be cut by 90% compared with the IMO Tier I regulation that was introduced in 2000. 12 Sep 2014 - Maritime Journal

  • Moteurs Baudouin marine power

    French power and propulsion expert, Moteurs Baudouin, has launched two new high speed diesel engines, one specially dedicated to the marine and inland shipping industries. 11 Sep 2014 - Maritime Journal

  • Rolls-Royce launches new engine range

    Rolls-Royce has unveiled the first of a new family of medium-speed engines for the marine market that will include versions powered by both diesel and gas. 10 Sep 2014 - Maritime Journal

  • Dudgeon windfarm electrical contract

    Statoil and Statkraft subsidiary, Dudgeon Offshore Wind Ltd, has awarded the electrical system infrastructure contract for the new UK windfarm to Siemens Transmission and Distribution Ltd. 10 Sep 2014 - Maritime Journal

  • ZF Marine SMM launch

    ZF Marine Propulsion has unveiled a new addition to its workboat transmission range, making a 'civil statement' which it says will serve all the commercial workboat sector's needs. 10 Sep 2014 - Maritime Journal

  • Cloud based maintenance research project

    Classification society ClassNK is embarking on a joint research project with Daihatsu Diesel Mfg Co Ltd to test the feasibility of cloud based condition based monitoring and automatic diagnostic systems on auxiliary equipment. 09 Sep 2014 - Maritime Journal

  • Facing the big clean up

    A recent study brings a ray of hope to our seas: it shows clearing plastic pollution from the ocean’s notorious ‘garbage patches’ is indeed feasible. But surprisingly, the necessary novel approach started with a high school project. 08 Sep 2014 - Maritime Journal

  • MeyGen secures first phase funding

    UK law firm Burges Salmon says that its long-standing client MeyGen has secured funding from The Crown Estate and the Scottish Government for the first phase of its Pentland Firth tidal renewable energy project. 08 Sep 2014 - Maritime Journal

  • René Berkvens: Long term relationships

    “When I finished my studies in Naval Architecture, I decided never to get into shipbuilding as in 1978 the whole industry was in a shambles,” admits René Berkvens, CEO of Damen Shipyards Group. 08 Sep 2014 - Maritime Journal

  • OWS delivery

    Offshore Wind Services’ (OWS) latest windfarm supply vessel – the Damen Fast Crew Supplier 2008 ‘Offshore Waddenzee’ - was officially named at Damen Oranjewerf Amsterdam. 04 Sep 2014 - Maritime Journal

  • McMurdo down under

    Techno-Sciences, a recently-acquired company of the UK headquartered McMurdo Group, the end-to-end search and rescue and maritime domain awareness division of Orolia (FRA) has announced that it has been chosen by the Australia Maritime Safety Authority (AMSA) and Maritime New Zealand (MNZ) to deploy their next-generation satellite-aided search and rescue systems. 04 Sep 2014 - Maritime Journal

  • QinetiQ helps tackle marine threats

    QinetiQ is to carry out additional research into generating situational awareness to enable a large vessel to defend itself against the surface threat posed by small boats. 04 Sep 2014 - Maritime Journal

  • Dual engine display

    Offshore Systems UK Ltd has launched a new dual engine display featuring a high brightness panoramic format screen that displays full detailed information from two engines plus other sensors on a single display. 04 Sep 2014 - Maritime Journal

  • Datema updates navigation services

    Datema’s Chartplanner and Pay As You Sail (PAYS) services now feature the UK Hydrographic Office’s (UKHO) Admiralty Vector Chart Service (AVCS). 03 Sep 2014 - Maritime Journal

  • Small boats contract

    Marine Specialised Tech Ltd (MST), a Liverpool, UK-based supplier of rigid inflatable and high speed workboats, has been announced by the Ministry of Defence (MoD) as one of six UK companies who will share £111 million of new contracts to maintain its fleet of small boats. 03 Sep 2014 - Maritime Journal