Equipment

UK-based Marine Components International seals CTV supply contract

UK-based Marine Components International seals CTV supply contract

Poole, UK, based equipment specialists Marine Components International (MCI) has secured a deal to supply seven BSB A60 fire dampers for a series of Windflex 27 Crew Transfer Vessels (CTVs) currently under construction at a Singapore Shipyard.  The vessels will operate in the European offshore wind sector. MCI is the exclusive global distributor for BSB, […]

Kumiai picks Alfa Laval’s air lubrication tech for LPG tanker

Kumiai picks Alfa Laval’s air lubrication tech for LPG tanker

Alfa Laval’s OceanGlide technology has been selected by Southeast Asian LPG tanker and bulk carrier company Kumiai Navigation for installation onboard one of its LPG tankers as a retrofit. The company’s decision to leverage fluidic air lubrication technology is rooted in its ambition to reduce the vessel’s energy consumption, improve its overall performance and comply […]

MacGregor wins multi-million-euro crane order

MacGregor wins multi-million-euro crane order

MacGregor, part of Cargotec, has received an order to fit out 10 x 84,500dwt multipurpose vessels being built in Asia with general cargo cranes. The order, valued at more than €25 million, was booked into Cargotec’s 2023 third quarter orders received. The cranes are scheduled to be delivered between the fourth quarter of 2024 and […]

Babcock gets approval for new gas supply and CO2 cargo handling systems

Babcock gets approval for new gas supply and CO2 cargo handling systems

Babcock’s LGE business, specialising in liquefied gas solutions, has received approval in principle (AiP) from Lloyd’s Register (LR) for its multi-fuel gas supply and CO2 cargo handling systems, ecoFGSS-FLEX and ecoCO2. The new ecoFGSS-FLEX system is based on Babcock’s pre-existing ecoFGSS LPG fuel gas system. The fundamentals of both systems are the same. However, the […]

Wärtsilä propulsion selected for Brazilian Polar vessel

Wärtsilä propulsion selected for Brazilian Polar vessel

Wärtsilä has been selected to supply the main power generation and power conversion system for a 103.16m Antarctic Support Vessel being built for the Brazilian Navy. The order was placed by Brazil’s Estaleiro Jurong Aracruz shipyard. The new Polar vessel – or Navio Polar Almirante Saldanha (NPo) – will be operated by the Brazilian Navy […]

Optimarin takes BWTS manufacturing to China

Optimarin takes BWTS manufacturing to China

With an eye on the post-retrofit ballast water treatment system (BWTS) market, Norwegian BWTS supplier Optimarin is in the process of establishing a manufacturing base in China to boost the availability of its systems for the Asian shipbuilding market. The company is currently pursuing partnerships with several Chinese suppliers to focus on high-quality production of […]

WinGD hopes to produce ammonia engine by 2025

WinGD hopes to produce ammonia engine by 2025

Swiss marine power company WinGD is planning to deliver its first X-DF-A dual-fuel ammonia engines by 2025.   WinGD has confirmed that it signed an agreement last month with two ship owners, AET Tankers and sister company Akademi Laut Malaysia, to develop crew training on ammonia engines. In January 2023 it also announced a partnership with […]

Berg Propulsion rides the winds of change

Berg Propulsion rides the winds of change

After nearly a decade in development, the announcement in January that French shipowner Neoline Armateur has signed a contract with a Turkish shipyard, RMK Marine, for the construction of the world’s first large sail-powered commercial cargo ship has been heralded as a landmark moment in the renaissance of wind propulsion. But while much of the […]

E-winches haul tugboats forward

E-winches haul tugboats forward

Tugboat original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) have relied on hydraulic oil-driven winches for decades, but they are now starting to embrace energy-efficient, next-generation electric winches, writes Mikael Holmberg, winch and crane segment sales manager at ABB Drives Hydraulic winch systems have been adopted by nearly 70% of vessels across the world, and they’ve stood the test […]

Asso unveils trench-jetting ROV

Asso unveils trench-jetting ROV

Asso.subsea, a subsidiary of Greece-headquartered Asso Group, has unveiled a new trench- jetting ROV, boasting 1.56MW of jetting power and specially designed to operate with cohesionless soil. The AssoJet III Mk2 measures 7.1m x 5.2m, has a height of 3.9m and can descend to 1,500m. The ROV can create trenches up to 3.2m-deep from seabed […]

New ISO compliance for Cruiser Plus

New ISO compliance for Cruiser Plus

UK life-saving appliance manufacturer Seago has launched a new version of its Cruiser Plus life raft for leisure boats and uncoded vessels, updated to comply with the new ISO 9650-2 standard. The Cruiser Plus comes packaged in either a fibreglass canister or a durable valise bag, and is available in four different sizes, to accommodate […]

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