IMMLA creates a window to blockchain logistics future

In the nearest days IMMLA (International multimodal logistics application on the basis of the blockchain platform) is launching ICO. It starts on September 15th.

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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Arklow Valiant

In mid-May 2016, Arklow Valiant left the harbour of Delfzijl, in The Netherlands, for her sea trials. In that same ...

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SeaDarQ: Chasing Oil Spills with the Latest Technology

A lot of green technologies revolve around efficiency. Normally it is about making more with the same amount of ...

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Prevention is Better than the Cure

With extensive training programmes and a drive to constantly improve safety procedures the cruise industry tries to ...

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Taking the Maritime Industry to the Next Level

Certainty is a scarce good in a continuously changing world. The speed with which new developments arise, seems to ...

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To Boldly Go Where No Cruise Ship Has Gone Before

When a market grows, it often creates room for a niche. That is true for the cruise industry. For those who have ...

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First DP2-Classed Feeder Vessel for CFL

On the 20th of April, CFL launched the first out of a series of ‘Joint Runner’ type DP2 Feeder vessels named Joint ...

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On Course for Autonomy

The moment when we finally see unmanned ships in our harbours and seas is still some way off. Yet, the technologies ...

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Computational Power Leads to Improved Ship Designs

In the last 15 years, computational fluid dynamics (CFD) software has made big leaps. What was once merely ...

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The General Cargo Fleet

You will never see a seagull following a ship from Groningen. This funny line refers to the tradition of never ...

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Mark Verhaar & Dick-Jan de Blaeij

Quickly responding 24/7 is very important in the maritime industry as well as within inland shipping, directors ...

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Two Sides to Every Story

Positive results from Dutch ship owners while global shipbreaking industry still slow to react The NGO Shipbreaking ...

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Superyachts Return Home for Upgrades

While the newbuilding market in superyacht construction was severely hit by the recession, the refit activity ...

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Ratification Just Around the Corner

Ballast Water Management Convention needs just 0.18% more global tonnage With several countries signing the IMO ...

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