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  • Gerard van Raalte on dredging and environmental management

    Gerard van Raalte on dredging and environmental management

    02/02/2018

    “What we know now is that nature can do a lot of the work for you, if you bring in environmental considerations at the beginning,” said Gerard van Raalte, author, lecturer and recently, winner of CEDA’s Lifetime Achievement Award. READ more

  • Andrew Tierney: Pen Test Partners

    Andrew Tierney: Pen Test Partners

    03/01/2018

    “Workboats remain one of the most risky environments, they have to deal with bad weather and a range of tricky operations,” said Andrew Tierney of Pen Test Partners. “That desensitises people to lesser risks, risks that these days are much READ more

  • Paul Gullett, Wave International

    Paul Gullett, Wave International

    05/12/2017

    “Don’t go reinventing the wheel... there’s a lot of wheels out there already,” said Paul Gullett of Wave International. “Instead of trying to create something from scratch, first have a look at other sectors. It helps to be open minded.” READ more

  • Erik Lanssen’s 80 million target

    Erik Lanssen’s 80 million target

    03/11/2017

    “My mission, my aim now, is to reduce Norway’s diesel consumption by 80 million litres,” said Erik Lanssen of Selfa Arctic. READ more

  • Europort 2017 Programme

    Europort 2017 Programme

    03/10/2017

    Europort, from 7-10th November 2017 in Rotterdam is a must attend event for ship owners, shipyard managers, ship designers, marine superintendants, fleet managers, ship brokers, technical engineers, naval architects and all other maritime READ more

  • Robin van der Bij: KML

    Robin van der Bij: KML

    02/10/2017

    “There’s an upward curve to negotiate when you start a new kind of pioneering project, you only have the existing kit of the time – and your ingenuity,” Robin van der Bij of KML told 'MJ'. READ more

  • Steve Cha: Intellian

    Steve Cha: Intellian

    04/09/2017

    Originally from another tech house, the concept for a new type of antenna had been a victim of takeovers Steve Cha of Intellian told 'MJ': “We thought of it as our baby and didn’t want to kill it.” READ more

  • Jayesh Vir: SAFT battery systems

    Jayesh Vir: SAFT battery systems

    31/07/2017

    Over the last couple of years French specialist company SAFT has supplied battery systems for a number of hybrids, including, notably, the 'Sir David Attenborough' research ship, CalMac’s ro-ro ferries and even megayachts “where you can’t ask READ more

  • The future of WFSVs

    The future of WFSVs

    31/07/2017

    What will the wind support vessels of the future look like? Stevie Knight finds out that it’s all surprisingly close. READ more

  • Guillaume Gautier: AXYS Technologies

    Guillaume Gautier: AXYS Technologies

    06/07/2017

    One thing Guillaume Gautier of AXYS Technologies has learned from managing teams at a distance is - close that distance as soon as possible. “If you send an email and there’s some kind of misunderstanding, if you’ve met they’ll probably just READ more