Oversupply of Ships: Industry Should Sort Out Itself

The oversupply of tonnage in the shipping industry should be left to sort out itself, it was concluded at a panel ...

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EU MRV: Friend or Foe?

The implementation of the EU MRV is fast approaching, mandating the monitoring, reporting and verification of the ...

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Interview: Smart Ships Are Coming!

In a time dominated by smart technology and automation being applied across the board, from industrial production ...

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Tapping into Potential of Booming Asian Cruise Market

The recent booming of the cruise industry in the Asian market has proved to be a great business opportunity for ...

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Port of Virginia Readies for Biggest Ships in Atlantic Trade

The Port of Virginia is set to benefit from an increased trade especially as bigger ships start bringing in more ...

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Megaships to Call on Brisbane's Cruise Terminal by 2019/20

Cruising ‘Down Under’ is yet to be given a new flavor as Queensland readies to attract giant cruise ...

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The Re-Emergence of Wind Power

A recently published report entitled “Study on the Analysis of Market Potentials & Market Barriers for ...

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Standard Coaster Converted into Cement Carrier

There’s a saying that out of the following three items on the shipyard’s menu, a client can only choose two: low ...

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Gate Terminal Makes Rotterdam the LNG Hub of Europe

Sometimes, it is easy to implement the sustainable alternative in the maritime industry. When it is time for a new ...

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A Matter of Measurement

Efficient ships are inherently more sustainable. As such, to reach sustainability targets, the maritime industry is ...

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New Sanctions on Iran Would Have Chilling Effect on Business

Following the easing of sanctions against Iran by the US and five other world powers, Europe has been eager to ...

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The Dutch Maritime Cluster Monitor 2016

The Netherlands is a maritime nation. This fact is proven by the numbers recently released by Maritime by Holland, ...

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All Hands on Deck

Looking back, I have to conclude that it has been a turbulent year for the Dutch maritime industry. We’ve had both ...

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Digital Optimisation

Taking a look at the world around us, it is clear that technology is making boundless industrial and societal ...

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Rotra Vente & Rotra Mare

In this article, Maritime Holland looks at two coasters, which are specifically converted for efficient ...

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New Rules on the Horizon

Emissions regulations have a big impact on the maritime industry. What is coming and are the new standards workable ...

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Looking at the year 2050 with NISS

When celebrating a centennial anniversary, it is tempting not to look back. But the National Institute for Shipping ...

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Meriaura Group Introduces Eeva VG EcoCoaster

In December 2014, the Finnish Meriaura Group entered into a contract with Dutch shipyard Royal Bodewes for the ...

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Decommissioning - Just Round the Corner

The maritime industry is gearing up for exciting times in an expanding sector The next 30 to 40 years will see the ...

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Flying the Dutch Flag on Superyachts in 2017

HISWA Holland Marine Industry originally developed the “Commercial Cruising Vessel Project (CCV)” in ...

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Ballast Water Is no Longer a Bottleneck

The times are gone that a green mindset is just for the idealistic ones among us. Those with a good business sense ...

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Wind Assisted Propulsion

As Maritime Holland readers undoubtedly know, the 2015 Paris Climate Agreement makes no reference to the shipping ...

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Jun Yang 1

In August 2016, after successful completion of sea trials, Trailing Suction Hopper Dredger (TSHD), Jun Yang 1, was ...

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Micanti Antifouling

The last time a battle ship was transferred to the water at the old navy yard near the central station of ...

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Texelstroom

The largest of the Dutch Wadden Sea Islands, Texel, is connected by a modern ferry service from Den Helder. The ...

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‘Here Comes The Sun’ Joins the Amels Fleet

Amels launched Here Comes The Sun, the first yacht in the Limited Edition (LE) 272 series. The first 83-metres, and ...

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Holland Goes Paraguay

A country that is landlocked can be a market for maritime companies. Take Paraguay. It has no seaport, but 70 ...

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