Marine Equipment

Chevron Cylinder Oil Gains NOL from Wärtsilä

Chevron Marine Lubricants’ 100BN cylinder oil, Taro Special HT 100 has received approval for its use in another engine range – products made by Winterthur Gas & Diesel Ltd.

Hapag-Lloyd Announce Service Improvement

  For the benefit of increased schedule reliability, Hapag-Lloyd and partner lines have decided to take the following measures: Implementation of a fourth vessel

Volvo Penta Doubles Service Interval

  Volvo Penta today announced a new extended service interval for its commercial marine diesel engines.   Under the new program, owners can double the maximum oil change interval to 1,

Wärtsilä 31 Engine for Aker ARC 124 Icebreaker

  The recently introduced Wärtsilä 31 engine, which has been acknowledged by Guinness World Records as being the world's most efficient four-stroke diesel engine,

Carnival Corporation Adds Third Berth to Cozumel Pier

  Carnival Corporation & plc today officially opened an all-new, highly anticipated expansion of its operations in Cozumel, Mexico, adding a third berth to the company's pier at Puerta Maya,

Approvals Launch VIKING Nadiro into New Markets

  New lifeboat release systems and bracket type approvals for VIKING Nadiro SOLAS products are extending the company’s core capabilities beyond cargo to offshore

Using Big Data for Engine Preventive Maintenance

 Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd. announced that it has started a demonstration test of a next-generation condition-based engine monitoring system called “CMAXS e-GICSX”

SI TECH Launches VEGA Inflation Valve

SI TECH has launched Inflation Valve with cable entry – for extended range diving in cold environments. VEGA combines inflation of gas and passage for power cables to heated undergarments etc.

Accelerating Mapping, Surveys with High Speed ROV Ops

MMT completed offshore integration trials of its new high-speed remotely operated vehicle (ROV) with Sonardyne International’s SPRINT inertial navigation system.

OTT Hydrometry & the New Monitoring Network for Scottish Ports

Historically, ferry masters operating off the west coast of Scotland would have to sail to a port and on arrival visually assess the weather and tide conditions

ROV Put to the Test

VideoRay Pro 4 ROV: Surviving 19-Month Remote Wireless Deployment in the North Sea ROV First Deployed November 2013 as an Experimental Emergency Response System While

Borets Appoints Business Development Manager

Borets, a company that engineers, manufactures, sells and services electric submersible pump (ESP) systems, has appointed Nicholas P. Boyaci as the business development manager,

Servowatch IPMS Completes FATs for UK Navy

The fully integrated platform management system Servowatch designed and built for three new offshore patrol vessels for the U.K. Royal Navy has completed BAE Systems’ Factory Acceptance Tests (FAT).

Injecting 45 Years of New Life

When the Dan Bravo Complex came on stream in 1972, the facility – Denmark’s first producing offshore oil field – was expected to produce for 25 years. Now, thanks to a complex,

Tackling Subsea Blockages

Subsea blockages are a common industry challenge that can be so complex and costly to treat that some operators are known to leave multiple flow lines blocked for over a decade.

Yanmar to Display New Common-rail Diesels at METS

Yanmar Marine International (YMI) will show its new range of common-rail fuel injected marine diesel engines rated for leisure marine and workboat applications at METS 2015,

Singapore Delegation Visits ACE Winches

ACE Winches hosted a delegation from SPRING Singapore to its Towie Barclay Works facility for a visit to share an overview of its products and services, including

Mercury Marine, FPT Partner for Diesel Engine Launch

Mercury Marine informs it has signed a supply agreement with FPT Industrial to make the FPT 6.7L mechanically fuel injected NEF engines available for sale in global markets.

Sea Truck's DP3 Construction Ship Passes Sea Trials

Sea Trucks has completed sea trials of the DP3 offshore construction vessel Jascon 18 in Singapore. Jascon 18 features a 1,800-metric-ton crane, 1,800 sq m deck and a 750-metric-ton pipelay system.

MAN 32/44CR Engine for Trawler Newbuild

Voyager Fishing Company, Ltd., based in Kilkeel, Northern Ireland, has ordered a new trawler/purse seiner, designed by Salt Ship Design in Norway and to be built at Karstensens Skipsværft in Skagen,

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