Quijano: We Have Had to Come Out of Our Shell

Jorge Quijano

WMN interviews Administrator of the Panama Canal, Jorge Quijano.

MOL, KHI to Develop Steering Gear with Sensing Capability

MOL vessel

MOL and Kawasaki Heavy Industries will jointly develop steering gear with new sensing capability and big data analysis.

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Ballast Water Treatment Association Established

De-ballasting

The manufacturers and stakeholders in the ballast water treatment equipment market have set up a unified association.

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Wärtsilä Pioneers Autodocking Technology on a Ferry

Folgefonn ferry

Finnish technology group Wärtsilä has tested its autodocking technology on a ferry.

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GTT, Sembcorp Marine Ink Membrane Tank Solutions Deal

The inside of a GTT cryogenic membrane tank

GTT has signed a license agreement with Sembcorp Marine for the design and construction of membrane tank solutions.

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Maersk Testing Out AI-Powered Situational Awareness Tools

Maersk Vistula

A.P. Moller-Maersk to trial perception and situational awareness technology aboard one of its newbuild boxships.

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Singapore to Develop Autonomous Vessels

MoU Signing MPA Singapore

MPA singapore is looking to boost its productivity and enhance safety by introducing autonomous harbor ships.

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OOCL Resorts to Artificial Intelligence

OOCL, MSRA

OOCL is looking to boost its performance by applying Artificial Intelligence to its operations.

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Hurtigruten Going Hybrid

Hurtigruten cruise ship

Hurtigruten to convert the main engines on up to nine cruise ships from diesel to gas power.

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How to Comply with High-Sulphur Fuel Ban?

bunkering

Owners and operators faced with a dilemma on how to comply with upcoming high sulphur fuel ban.

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Singapore to Get New Tech Preventing Ship Collisions

Fujitsu, SMU and IHPC are developing new technologies for vessel traffic management in the Port of Singapore.

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MSC’s Newbuildings Break 23,000 TEU Threshold

MSC containership

The giant containerships ordered by MSC at Korean yards last year will feature 23,000 TEU.

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Smart Tech Companies Flock to Posidonia

Posidonia

Over 60 Information Communication Technology companies to exhibit at this year's Posidonia.

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World's 1st Ferry Fitted with Wind-Powered Rotor Sail

Viking Grace

Viking Line's passenger ship M/S Viking Grace has been fitted with a rotor sail for the utilization of wind power.

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SAAM to Invest USD 85 Mn in Fleet and Infrastructure

Terminal

SAAM to invest USD 85 million to reinforce its tug fleet and maintain port equipment and infrastructure.

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First Remote Control Gantry Cranes Arrive at Felixstowe

Remote controlled gantry cranes

UK's Port of Felixstowe has taken delivery of its first two remote control ship-to-shore gantry cranes.

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Damen Installs Exhaust Gas Scrubbers on P&O Cruises' Ship

P&O Cruises' vessel Ventura departed Damen Shiprepair Brest facility with two new exhaust gas scrubbers.

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Maersk- IBM Blockchain JV Gets Nod from EU Regulator

Maersk has secured clearance from the European Commission for its joint venture with IBM.

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Sinopacific Names Two LEG Carrier Newbuilds

Sinopacific named the first two vessels in a series of five LEG carriers for a Chinese shipowner on March 28.

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Spotted: PhilaPort Welcomes Super Post-Panamax Cranes 

PhilaPort received its first two super post-Panamax cranes.

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NYK Tests STS Connection for Navigation Support Tool

NYK and MTI have successfully tested a ship-to-shore connection for the ship navigation support tool J-Marine NeCST.

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Crowley Extends Wärtsilä's ATB Maintenance Deal

Wärtsilä has won an expanded deal for the maintenance of Crowley's articulated tug barges.

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Star Bulk to Explore Renewable Energy for Its Bulkers

Star Bulk and EMP are to jointly study installing renewable energy technologies onto existing and new ships.

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IACS: Adapting to Industry Change Requires Cooperation

The world's biggest classification societies need to pull together to adapt to the rapid pace of change in the industry.

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Hyundai Samho Unveils World's 1st Scrubber-Fitted VLCC

Hyundai Samho completed the world's first VLCC fitted with an exhaust gas cleaning system.

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Rolls-Royce Signs Propulsion Supply Deal with Sanmar

Rolls-Royce has secured an extensive supply order from Turkish builder Sanmar Shipyards.

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Interview: Unmanned Ships - Are We There Yet?

Oskar Levander speaks of the current state of play with regard to the development of autonomous ships.

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APM 2018 Launched amid Industry Anticipation for Upturn

Asia's exhibition and conference Asia Pacific Maritime (APM) was officially launched on March 14.

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