Marine Power

KR Launches Software to Aid ECA Compliance

The Korean Register (KR) has launched an in-house developed software program to assist vessels with fuel oil change over when complying with the new low sulphur regulations.

New Defense Cooperation with India

  Today, on his historic visit to India, President Obama and Prime Minister Modi announced new, ground-breaking agreements on defense cooperation between India

Asean: Malaysia Prepares to Set Sail Into Maritime Disputes

Will Malaysia’s chairmanship of Asean spur the establishment of a long-delayed maritime Code of Conduct (CoC), aimed at resolving territorial disputes between China

Naval Air Forces Holds Change of Command

  Commander, Naval Air Forces (CNAF) held a change of command ceremony aboard the aircraft carrier USS John C. Stennis (CVN 74) at Naval Air Station North Island Jan.

Xunlong Shenzhen Orders Dutch-designed Ferry

CoCo Yachts B.V. inks contract with Xunlong Shenzhen Ferry Company for one Coastal Cruiser 300 Xunlong Shenzhen Ferry Company has ordered a Coastal Cruiser 300 ferry from CoCo Yachts,

GE Profit Beats Street Despite Weak Oil & Gas Unit

General Electric Co's quarterly earnings topped Wall Street's estimate on Friday as its business of selling power-generating turbines drove a 9 percent increase

Taiwan Naval Fleet Adds Home-Grown Vessel

Taiwanese Navy formally took delivery Friday of a new locally designed supply vessel that it said will help enhance Taiwan's maritime combat capabilities.   In

Indian Shipping Ministry Seeks Tax Sops

India's shipping ministry is asking for a tax holiday and more incentives for the shipbuilding industry in the upcoming Union budget, according to a report in the Economic Times.

Lindner Sees Strong 2015

On the last day of what proved to be a busy Workboat show in New Orleans, Mikael Lindner, President, Scania North America, sat with Maritime Reporter & Engineering

Vane Brothers Orders Two Tugs from Chesapeake

Chesapeake Shipbuilding has signed a contract with Vane Brothers to build two new tugs, marking the 13th and 14th tugs that Chesapeake will have built for Vane Brothers in the last several years.

100th PMI Auto-tuning Retrofit Package Sold

MAN PrimeServ, MAN Diesel & Turbo’s service division, has announced the 100th sale of its Pressure Measuring Instrument (PMI) Auto-tuning retrofit package. The MSC Filippa,

Australia’s Submarine Dilemma

The government of Australia came under fresh pressure to reject Japanese submarines as the spearhead for a new undersea fleet, with one of the country’s top security

ABB Bags Record Azipod Orders

  ABB, a global leader in power and automation technology, has  received record levels of new orders for the marine part of the group’s business, driven by solid

YANMAR America’s EPA Compliant Engine

YANMAR America’s EPA Tier III compliant commercial marine diesel engine is rated at 755 mHP and 1900 RPM. The new 20.38-liter 6AYAM-ET uses a fully mechanical control

BP Remains Singapore's Top Marine Fuel Supplier

BP Singapore kept its spot as a top marine fuel supplier by volume for the eleventh straight year in 2014 at the world's biggest bunkering port, the Maritime Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) said.

Cummins' Carter to Retire

Cummins Inc. announced that Distribution Business President Pamela Carter, the first woman to lead one of the company's four main business units, will retire April 1.

China Eyes Africa for its Maritime Silk Road

 Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi, who is visiting Africa, has accelerated its drive to draw the continent into the Maritime Silk Road — Beijing’s ambitious transcontinental initiative,

Saab, Damen Jointly Pursue Submarine Contracts

Saab, Damen ink partnership agreement to pursue prospects in the international submarine market Swedish defense and security company Saab has partnered with

ABB Wins Orders for Star Cruises Ships

ABB has won orders worth $60 million to deliver complete electrical power plant and propulsion systems for two new vessels for Star Cruises operated by Genting

Wärtsilä, CSSC to Commence 2-stroke Joint Venture

The joint venture agreement between Wärtsilä and China State Shipbuilding Corporation (CSSC) for the takeover of Wärtsilä's two-stroke engine business, which was announced in July 2014,

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