Ship Repair News
Eastern Pacific Shipping (EPS) to install three bound4blue eSAILs on Pacific Sentinel in Q4 2024
Multimarine Services Ltd and the Columbia Group sign a Memorandum of Agreement to explore wide-ranging cooperation opportunities in the energy and offshore renewables space
Seatrium has renewed its long-term Favoured Customer Contract (FCC) with GasLog LNG STASCO to provide ship repairs, refurbishment and upgrading for their LNG carriers from 2024 to 2029, with an option for further renewal.
Gibdock, a leading ship repair yard, is proud to announce the appointment of John Barnard to its team.
Capital Group, Navios Maritime Partners, Neda Maritime Agency, Star Bulk and Thenamaris get behind initiative for a global Maritime Emissions Reduction Centre.
The Chairman of the Arab Shipbuilding and Repair Yard Company (ASRY), His Excellency Aymen bin Tawfeeq Almoayed, has recently received the U.S. Ambassador to the Kingdom of Bahrain
Bardex has over the past several months welcomed 18 new hires and will be expanding two of its sites.
Shipowners save $8 billion and 41 million tonnes of CO2 with Intersleek 1100SR, AkzoNobel performance data reveals
The world-leading biocide-free, foul release coating revolutionised the coatings industry when it was launched by AkzoNobel in 2013, and has been applied to more than 3,000 vessels since then.
Thordon Bearings has completed the installation of its award-winning TG100 tailshaft seals on a twin-screw passenger vessel.
Chemfleet adds three ships to Berg energy efficiency upgrade after verifying 10% fuel savings
Wärtsilä to support efficiency of Carnival’s waste handling with four-year technical support agreement
Wärtsilä Water & Waste, part of technology group Wärtsilä, has signed a four-year Service, Spares and Technical Support agreement with cruise operator Carnival Corporation
Ocean services provider DeepOcean has agreed to charter a converted, battery-powered vessel to further enhance its subsea offering to the offshore renewables and oil and gas industries.
OnAim Conservation conserve a World War II operations map on the USS Texas
The world’s most powerful sailing cargo ship has gone into service under the Isle of Man flag.
Technical inquiries poured in after SRC Group secured Approval in Principle for a concept which “reinvented methanol fuel storage” on board ship. Delivering the answers has seen technical talk quickly converting into project discussions
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