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Monday, October 15, 2018

Ship Repair

All ships need maintenance and repairs. Many repair and maintanance operations can be performed at sea or by the crew in port. Complicated or large-scale repairs might require the ship to be removed from commercial operation. Classification Society supervision is required for most large-scale repairs, particularly those carried out in a ship repair yard. For oceangoing ships, particularly tankers, the ship has to be prepared for repair at a Deballasting Station. The tank must be thoroughly cleaned and its slops (grey water and hydrocarbon residues) must be pumped ashore according to environmental regulations.

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Brent Sappington (Photo: Consolidated Ship Repair)

Consolidated Ship Repair Hires Sappington

Consolidated Ship Repair has hired marine industry veteran Brent Sappington as Marine…

Image: European Community Shipowners' Associations

ECSA Mulls More Capacity on EU Recycling

The European Shipping industry welcomes the European Commission’s current inspections…

(Photo: Eric Haun)

Kosonen Named Managing Director of Turku Repair Yard

Oskari Kosonen has been named managing director of Turku Repair Yard, a Finnish ship…

USS Gettysburg (CG 64) (Photo: BAE Systems)

BAE Systems Wins $146.3 Mln US Navy Contract

BAE Systems said it has been awarded a $146.3 million contract from the U.S. Navy…

(Photo: Fincantieri)

Shipbuilders Fincantieri & CSSC Extend Partnership

Shipbuilding giants Fincantieri and China State Shipbuilding Corporation (CSSC) have…

Photo: May Ship Repair

Ship Repair: May Ship Repair Diversifies

The shipbuilding and repair market has been slightly increasing over the past year…

LNG Vessels at NKOM Shipyard. Photo: NKOM

Ship Repair: N-KOM Repair Volume Up 25%

BWMS, Scrubber Install Outlook is GoodOperating since 2011, Qatar’s Nakilat-Keppel…

(Photo: Damen)

Albwardy Damen Opens Fourth Location in the Middle East

Albwardy Damen, a joint venture providing shipbuilding and ship repair services to…

Photo:  Azerbaijan Caspian Marine Shipping

Azerbaijan Caspian Marine Shipping Repairs Gahraman Asadov

The tanker “Gahraman Asadov”, which belongs to the Transportation fleet of the Azerbaijan…

Ship Repair: Damen Wins Stena Don Refit Contract

Damen Verolme Rotterdam (DVR) won a contract by Stena Drilling for a refit of its…

Image: Volga Shipping Company

Russia: 3 Killed in Volzhsky Shipyard Explosion

A gas explosion has taken place at the Volzhsky Ship Repair Yard in Russia’s Volgograd Region…

SMS Completes Hat Trick of European Refits

UK ship repairer and marine engineering services provider SMS has completed three refits this month.

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