Rebecca Jeffrey: Rebecca joined Mercator Media in April 2017 and assists the News Editor in writing online stories for all of Mercator Media’s titles. Prior to her current role she worked as Editor for Recruitment International magazine, leading the brand through a content overhaul and implementing key editorial strategies and procedures.
She has also worked as a freelance journalist for the Hearing Times, interned at several B2B and consumer publications and studied magazine journalism at Cardiff University.
Before entering the world of journalism, Rebecca worked in the charity communications and fundraising sectors, notably in mental health. Rebecca is a strong advocate of hearing loss prevention education and is a social media volunteer for the British Tinnitus Association.
Wind farm cable construction complete
The first lot of submarine power cables for TenneT’s Hollandse Kust (noord and west Alpha) wind farms in the Netherlands have now been manufactured.
Pioneering AI register
A new Artificial Intelligence (AI) Register that will help the maritime industry embrace AI technology advances is the first of its kind for the maritime industry.
Cruise ship renovations complete
Three cruise ships have been successfully renovated to make them bigger and more powerful.
Revolutionising fleet software
A new partnership aims to revolutionise fleet management software.
First 100% emission-free ship
The world’s first fully emission-free container ship has begun operating.
Sensor cuts turbines costs
A new autonomous sensor will reduce cost of operations and maximise life of offshore wind turbines.
Blade recycling first
A UK£2m three-year project to develop wind turbine blade recycling in Britain for the first time has been given the go-ahead after winning a UK Government grant.
ABP land up for grabs
Associated British Ports (ABP) is opening up more than 1,000 acres of land for development.
CTVs cut emissions
Two of the UK’s first fully integrated hybrid electric crew transfer vessels (CTVs) offer 20% emission savings and flexible operation.
Weather safety innovation
Two technology companies have teamed up to use local weather information to improve port operations and safety.
Radio Holland has struck a second major deal at Europort 2021.
Marine robotics boost
Marine robotics development has taken a major step forward in the UK.
Offshore fleet construction underway
Construction is underway to build a hybrid vessel fleet designed to support the UK’s growing offshore wind market.
Cable survey challenge
One US-based marine environmental consulting and survey company recently completed a challenging multidisciplinary telecom cable route survey.
Radar beacon benefits
A radar beacon with outstanding range has become more accessible.
Easier safety at sea
Safety at sea is becoming easier to manage with the expansion of a MOB recovery range.
Europort sees strong partnership
Two companies that have been working together for nearly 60 years have further cemented their relationship during Europort in Rotterdam.
SAR vessels boom
Baltic Workboats (BWB) has a wide variety of SAR (search and rescue) vessels under construction and scheduled for deliveries within the last quarter of 2021 and the beginning of 2022.
Easier fuel management
Fuel efficiency and emissions reduction is being made easier with a robust fuel management product.
Teledyne expands reach
Teledyne Marine has appointed a new distribution & service partner to increase the accessibility of its products.