maritime

WinGD launches new engines in response to increasing eco-engine demand
Building on the proven WinGD technology the new additions to the portfolio; X40DF, X82D and X82DF engines, will provide a wider variety of compliant choices to the ship owner.
Wartsila on the environmental challenges and climate demands facing shipping
Global emissions need to be lowered dramatically and the maritime industry has a significant stake in making it happen.
Thuraya VSAT+ empowers smart shipping and digitalization as sector aims for sustainability
With digitalization now a major driver of change in the maritime sector, Thuraya VSAT+ is the ideal satellite service to help fleet operators increase operational efficiency, gain market advantage and meet growing demand for monitoring and compliance.
Rivertrace publishes new white paper on scrubber technology and washwater monitoring
Entitled ‘To Scrub or not to scrub?’, the white paper provides the industry with a need-to-know guide to all options for compliance
Iranian mines likely caused UAE tanker blasts says US
The UAE has not yet blamed anyone for the sabotage of four vessels, including two Saudi tankers, near Fujairah
Bam completes first two phases of Saqr Port expansion
Dutch contracting giant Bam says Phases 1 and 2 of Ras Al Khaimah port were delivered to client in spring 2019
Saudi Arabian tanker hit in the sabotage attacks off UAE is leaking oil
Satellite images show Saudi tanker damaged off the coast of the UAE in mid-May appears to have leaked a trail of oil
DP World chairman meets with Brazilian Minister of Foreign Affairs
They discussed social reform, a stable and efficient regulatory framework to attract investors alongside public private partnerships to encourage foreign direct investment (FDI).
Wärtsilä simulator software selected for mariner training
Wärtsilä simulator software selected to teach modern navigational skills at three Netherlands training locations
Gulf Navigation Holding announced 19% revenue growth in Q1 despite dip into red
This represents a year-on-year increase of 19%, but still resulted in a net loss of AED 11 million in Q1 2019 compared to profits of AED 5 million during the same period last year.
London marine insurers widen threat zone to include UAE after ship attacks
The move by the London insurance market’s Joint War Committee could push up premiums, tightening the screws on shippers operating services to the GCC.
Ruler of Fujairah visits port days after reports of attacks
Sheikh Hamad bin Mohammed Al Sharqi says Fujairah Port aims to become global bunkering hub during visit after incorrect media reports of explosions at the port

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