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Wärtsilä chosen for enviro-friendly hopper dredger from Damen Shipyards
The dredger is being built for the U.K. company Hanson Aggregates, a leading supplier of heavy building materials for the construction industry
Wärtsilä and COSCO grow exhaust gas cleaning in China
Wärtsilä & COSCO Shipping Heavy Industry to cooperate in growth of exhaust gas cleaning market in China
Wärtsilä delivers first vessel with HY hybrid technology
The Wärtsilä HY is the first hybrid power module in the marine industry, and its operational application onboard the ‘Vilja’ marks a new era in shipping.
Wärtsilä forms Biogas Solutions unit to speed up adoption of clean fuels
The technology group Wärtsilä further strengthens its commitment to environmental sustainability with the formation of Wärtsilä Biogas Solutions
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.
Wärtsilä HY for Dredger enhances dredging efficiency and sustainability
The product was presented at a Future Dredger Day event held at the company’s Hybrid Centre in Trieste, Italy.
Wärtsilä simulator software selected for mariner training
Wärtsilä simulator software selected to teach modern navigational skills at three Netherlands training locations
Long-term Wärtsilä Service Agreements support optimal performance for LNG Carriers
Wärtsilä’s Dynamic Maintenance Planning (DMP) proposition with performance guarantees is recognised as adding considerable value to the customers’ operations.
Wärtsilä redesigns organisation, splits energy and marine operations
The new organisational structure will be operational as of 1 January 2019.
PICS: Wartsila’s new enviro-tugs
The technology group Wärtsilä is introducing a new portfolio of tug designs, to be known as the Wärtsilä HYTug series, with the emphasis on environmental sustainability.
Wärtsilä successfully tests remote control ship operating capability
Although the test vessel was in the North Sea, the remote control navigation was carried out from the Wärtsilä office located in San Diego, California, 8,000 km (5000 miles) away.

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