Damen signs up Erma First to supply world’s smallest ballast water treatment system
Brookes Bell’s painting and coating division examines the root cause of coating failures, providing independent advice on painting and coating-related problems on everything from newbuild supervision through to vessel drydocking surveys.
AkzoNobel furthers support to the marine industry’s carbon neutral roadmap with the introduction of Intertrac HullCare
Wärtsilä looks at how shipowners can comply with the Energy Efficiency Existing Ship Index (EEXI) and improve the Carbon Intensity Indicator (CII) of a vessel without reducing sailing speeds.
SGS reseats shifted tailshaft with stern seal repair
ABS brings together leading industry players to tackle the safety challenge of an aging FPSO fleet
Jotun sponsors HMS Belfast museum ship restoration
A review of the latest cruise & ferry repair and conversions projects from the leading yards in Europe, including Fincantieri, Navantia, Remontowa, Navalrocha Shipyard, Palumbo Group, SMS Group and Trimline
Every detail matters, says Andrejus Babachinas, the CEO of BLRT Repair Yards, which has three shipyards – Tallinn Shipyard in Estonia, Western Shiprepair in Lithuania, and Turku Repair Yard in Finland.
MarineShaft straightens the intermediate and propeller shafts after the Paglia Orba ferry had an unfortunate accident while entering Bastia port
How the repainting of four refrigerated cargo ships for Cosiarma SpA provided improved performance as well as reduced environmental impact
Underwater support to remove two bow thrusters and a variety of hull repairs on a wide range of vessels.
There is a wide selection of Ballast Water Treatment Systems [BWTS] currently available for shipowners – but effectiveness in real-world conditions can vary wildly, explains Konstantinos Stampedakis, Managing Director of Erma First.
Celebrating 30 years of Azipod electric propulsion
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