Marine Equipment

Thordon Bearings Secures AK Ferry Contract

Thordon Bearings has received an order to supply its COMPAC system to two Alaska Ferry newbuilds under construction at the Vigor Industrial shipyard in Ketchikan, Alaska.

L-3 to Supply UMM Systems for US Navy

L-3 KEO has been awarded a multimillion dollar contract from the Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) to supply Universal Modular Masts (UMMs) for use on Virginia-class submarines.

New Wire Electrode for Marine Industry

Welding products manufacturer Lincoln Electric said it continues to expand its consumable portfolio with its latest solution, UltraCore HD Marine.   The gas-shielded,

New Wireless Multi-Sensor Indicator

Hirschmann Automation and Control (PAT) has introduced the iSCOUT PRS90 wireless indicator, designed to improve productivity in lifting applications and meet industry standards for indicating devices.

Sea Hawk Paints Provides Epoxy Training Videos

autical coating brand Sea Hawk Paints has introduced a new series of informative Hawk Epoxy training videos to provide marine service professionals and do-it-yourselfers

UK Navy Chooses Effer Crane Again

Cranes manufacturer Effer informs its marine crane has recently been installed aboard the U.K. Royal Navy’s patrol vessel HMS Mersey.   The new 5s 275M crane,

Students to Pilot Pioneering Falcon ROV

America’s very first Bachelor of Science in Maritime Technology program, offered by Northwestern Michigan College, is to get a special Falcon ROV.    In what

Mercury Marine Debuts New Flo-Torq Propeller Hub System

Mercury Marine has introduced the Flo-Torq SSR HD, a propeller hub system designed to improve shift noise and vibration on high-horsepower outboards that use a heavy-duty 1.

Activists Block Shell's Arctic Drilling Quest

Greenpeace protestors dangling from a bridge on Thursday in Portland, Oregon, halted an icebreaker that Royal Dutch Shell needs in northern Alaska before it can

Fire-stricken Icebreaker Overhauled

SENER concludes the Almirante Irizar icebreaker engineering works for re-outfit and overhaul   SENER reports it has completed the engineering works relating to

Google Maps Goes Coastal with Unmanned Boat

A new high-tech unmanned vessel, launched with the help of Google, will use innovative technologies from the boatbuilding and mapping fields to map shorelines and

SeaKing Partners with Finnish Tech Firm

Merseyside marine electrical engineering firm SeaKing is ramping up overseas cooperation after forming a strategic partnership with Finnish oil technology firm Valmet.

Korean Registry Okays Transas ECDIS

  Transas, one of the world's leading providers of integrated navigation solutions, received ECDIS type-approval from the Korean Registry (Korea Marine Equipment Research Institute),

MOL Wins Eco Awards in California

  Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd. earned recognition from the ports of both Los Angeles and Long Beach, California, today, for its efforts to ensure compliance with

WGMA Urges Participation in Menhaden Survey

  The West Gulf Maritime Association (WGMA) is urging its members with ships arriving at any port in the western US Gulf to participate in the Menhaden survey.

Two New Hybrid RTGs for Port of Shanghai

Corvus Energy informs it will provide the battery systems for an additional two hybrid solutions for new rubber-tired gantry cranes (RTGs) that will be produced

INTERSCHALT VDR Earns CCS Certification

INTERSCHALT maritime systems AG, the provider of maritime software, services and systems for navigation and communications systems (NavCom) and manufacturer of Voyage Data Recorder (VDR) systems,

Coxreels Introduces Three-way Brake for 1600 Series

Hose, cord and cable reel manufacturer Coxreels announced the addition of an optional accessory to improve efficiency and safety of its 1600 Series reel, adding

Four Rescued from Boat Fire in California

U.S. Coast Guard and firefighter crews helped rescue four people from a boat fire Tuesday afternoon in Alameda, Calif.   Coast Guard Sector San Francisco Command

Arctic Range of Liferafts Introduced

Ship operators working in polar regions can now equip vessels with liferafts from the SurvitecZodiac range that have been manufactured to meet Arctic operating conditions.

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