Marine Propulsion

Schmiedag and Wildauer Schmiedewerke: 'We Forge Partnerships'

Olaf Wiertz, Sales Director at Schmiedag GmbH (SDG) and Wildauer Schmiedewerke GmbH & Co. KG (WSW) said: “We are more than just a supplier to our customers – we are their partner.

Lack of Ship Definition is a Threat to Investors

AKD says the lack of an unambiguous term to describe a ‘ship’ in several jurisdictions represents a potential threat to asset security for financiers, particularly

Rolls-Royce Propulsion for Polar Research Vessel

Rolls-Royce informs it has been awarded a contract by shipbuilder Fincantieri to supply a fully integrated propulsion system for Norway’s new Polar Research Vessel,

Wärtsilä's' New Plant in Brazil

   Following an investment of 20 million euros, Wärtsilä's' new unit will produce and test motor generators and thrusters   Wärtsilä's first unit at Porto do Açu in São João da Barra (RJ),

Mercury Marine Opens Distribution Center in Brazil

Mercury Marine  recently opened a new distribution center in Palhoca, Brazil.  Mayor Camilo Martins and executives from Mercury Marine were on hand for the official opening last week.

Kvichak to Build Catamaran Research Vessel

Kvichak Marine Industries, Inc. was recently awarded a contract for construction of a 60’ aluminum catamaran research vessel for the California Department of Water

Rolls-Royce to Supply Engines for First Seabed Mining Vessel

Rolls-Royce has secured a landmark agreement to supply six of its new B33:45 medium-speed diesel generator sets to China’s Fuijan Mawei shipyard for configuration

Carisbrooke Takes Fuel Regulations in Stride

"Our first three months of Emission Control Area operation have run without a hitch," said Carisbrooke Shipping CEO Robert Wester. "We put this down to careful

Finland: A Maritime Powerhouse

Innovation, superior technology and competitiveness are the characteristics that have brought the Finnish maritime industry world repute. Its well-knit maritime

EPA: MTU Must Audit Emissions Testing

MTU America Inc., a subsidiary of Rolls-Royce Power Systems AG, will implement an auditing program to ensure proper emissions testing and compliance with federal

RCCL Plans to Scrub Emissions into Shape

As new emission standards enter force across the commercial maritime sector, Royal Caribbean has opted to outfit 19 of its ships with scrubbers from two manufacturers.

ABB Launches Newest Azipod Electric Thruster

  Power and automation technology group ABB introduced a new addition, Azipod D, to its line of Azipod electric propulsion offerings today.   ABB’s gearless

Xin Yue Feng: Growth with a Range of Vessels

From the four-story office tower, housing 100 technical engineers and administration staff, to the 65,000-square-meter yard with extensive fabrication and machine shops and a huge dry dock,

The Switch Receives PM Shaft Generators Order

The Switch, a supplier of megawatt-class permanent magnet (PM) generator and full-power converter packages for wind power and other renewable energy applications,

New Azipod Thruster Launched by ABB

ABB unveils newest Azipod thruster to growing electric propulsion market    Power and automation technology group ABB has introduced Azipod D, a new addition

Nakashima Propeller, ClassNK Hold Joint Seminar

Nakashima Propeller and ClassNK held a joint technical seminar in Hamburg on March 19.   Nakashima Propeller and ClassNK, from their respective roles in the industry,

Rolls-Royce Extends Service Capability in S.Korea

Rolls-Royce has extended its service capability in South Korea by partnering with Busan-based ship repairer Sunjin Entech.   The new service agreement means

Wärtsilä Debuts LNG Carrier Designs

  The unmatched track record and expertise that Wärtsilä has in LNG fuel solutions for the marine industry is again emphasised with the company's launching of

Ferry Building: A Model of Efficiency

With an array of about 20 boats being built in assembly-line-like manner, the Guangdong Bonny Fair Heavy Industry shipyard (formerly known as Guangdong New China Shipyard) is a model of efficiency.

AEGIR-Marine Rings in 10 Years in Asia

In 2005, AEGIR-Marine opened its first Asian office in Shanghai, followed by a second Asian office in Singapore five years later. Today, the Chinese and Singaporean

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