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Drydock magazine, celebrating over 40 years in the industry, is the world’s leading authority for ship repair, maintenance and conversion, providing editorial quality, expert knowledge and insights in the ship repair market around the world. Offering comprehensive analysis and comment on all aspects of ship repair, Drydock Magazine is a must read for those who work in this industry.
Royston’s specialist marine engineering team has completed essential repair and a service work on a power plant system onboard the Spirit of Portsmouth
Arctia’s multipurpose icebreaker gets a fresh coat of durable paint
Tufton’s Kamsarmax Bulker Installed With Anemoi Rotor Sails Expected To Save 10% of Fuel & Emissions Annually
Selektope keeps hull of world’s largest non-governmental hospital ship barnacle-free despite 22-months stationary in biofouling hotspots
A Cruise & Ferry repair analysis at work at Palumbo, Remontowa, SMS, and PrimeServ
In Germany, two pilot projects are under way for the dismantling of obsolete ships with the environmentally friendly waterjet abrasive suspension system.
AkzoNobel says it will help shipowners save $100k a year from the new EU carbon levy
The noble aspirations to protect the marine environment celebrated by ‘MARPOL at 50’ are undermined when counterfeit parts are chosen for systems on board working ships
Balaena marks its first anniversary as owner of Gibdock dockyard in Gibraltar