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Finnish engineering company, Norsepower has received €3million in investment from a syndicate led by venture capital fund Power Fund III and has installed a second rotor sail on Bore’s Ro-Ro vessel MS Estraden

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Kerry Logistics Network Limited has commenced construction of Phase Four of the expansion at Kerry Siam Seaport (KSSP) in Laem Chabang, Thailand, as it continues to develop the facility into a key cargo gateway for the increasing trade in ASEAN and to cope with the growing business demand in countries within the Greater Mekong Region (GMR) including Thailand, Cambodia, Myanmar and Laos.

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Testing at Panama Canal. Best practice guidelines released. Welcome to Miami. Delivering quality.

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National Maritime (NMDG) has opened Blue Space @ SusCon, an outstanding innovation, business and education centre for sustainable industries

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BG Group and Keppel Offshore & Marine have secured the license to supply LNG bunker to vessels in the Port of Singapore after submitting a joint bid to the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore

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James Fisher Offshore (JFO), part of James Fisher and Sons plc and Aquatic Engineering & Construction Ltd (Aquatic), an Acteon company, have signed a co-operation agreement

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Optimarin has won a contract to install its Optimarin Ballast System (OBS) on Østensjø Rederi’s Edda Fides, the world’s only purpose built monohull accommodation vessel. The Norwegian ballast water treatment (BWT) specialist secured the business following on from the success of a previous installation on the firm’s Edda Fortis in 2015.

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A high-skill vessel repair package has been completed for Runcorn-based international fuel bunkering firm Whitaker Tankers by Merseyside marine hydraulics specialist V&A. The Birkenhead-based family-run firm has delivered a series of complex hydraulic upgrades to the short haul fuel tanker, Keewhit. V&A Hydraulics managing director Vic Seddon explained that the

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The growth outlook for the global shipbuilding industry has deteriorated marginally, according to the latest Castrol Marine Trade Barometer. Though down slightly since the last report, annualised five-year growth rates for the sector are still forecast to reach a healthy three to five per cent, before picking up substantially after

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The London Boat Show bore witness to the signing of an agreement of co-operation between The Global Marina Institute (GMI) and PIANC, the World Association for Waterborne Transport Infrastructure. The organisations plan to collaborate in a number of areas with the aim of enhancing the training of marina managers, designers

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