In an industry that is increasingly focused on optimising efficiency, sustainability and crew welfare, digitalisation is transforming the way offshore service providers operate. The smart solutions that support better decision-making and enhancements in crew connectivity are driving soaring data consumption by offshore support vessels (OSVs).
This expert Q&A compares lower carbon solutions — from biofuels to electric propulsion. Learn More
Years of Experience, Technology and Knowledge from on-road vehicle electrification, results in better reliability today for the Marine IndustryScania’s in-house developed electric solutions draw on Scania's long experience, knowledge, and technology from electrifying on-road vehicles…
Calculate and report your lower carbon efforts by switching your fleet to biodiesel.
Taking place November 2 & 3, 2022, at the George R. Brown Convention Center, Houston, Texas, Electric & Hybrid Marine Expo North America is the place to discover the latest US maritime policies for the electrification and decarbonization of ports and vessels…
Are you prepared for the upcoming CII rating scheme?
Quick benefits during the project life cycle from an overall optimized design of vessels
At De Nora, our ballast water management solutions tap our century of innovation and environmental leadership to keep a vessel’s BWMS performing at its peak – helping to prevent unnecessary and unanticipated downtime, which help increase vessel and operational efficiency.
A New Five-Part Webinar Series from August 31 to October 5
As people scan social media, job boards, websites and other resources, looking for their next job, what they will earn is an important factor. Some organizations list hourly rates, while others list day rates- there are countless ways to see what you will earn in any position.
Hybrid winches - DMT Marine Equipment’s solution for effectively reducing greenhouse gas emissions
Understanding and meeting the needs of the Gen Z mariner for recruiting and retention
We all know the saying “relationships matter.” It is applicable to just about all areas of personal and business life. And, it certainly pertains to the insurance company you choose to protect your USCG marine license and professional reputation.
As maritime technology rapidly accelerates and the industry becomes increasingly dependent on internet, network, and satellite transmissions, vulnerability to ransomware attacks on systems ashore and afloat looms large. In order to prevent critical industry disruptions, shipowners, operators, and charterers must understand the risks at stake and what preventative actions can be taken.
Taiwan partnered with the Canadian Office of Maritime Technology (COMART) to complete an IMO compliant audit for the year 2022. This audit included three IMO auditors and encompassed the flag, coastal and port state obligations of Taiwan as they relate to the applicable IMO instruments.
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Answering the Call of Digitization and Sustainability
New business models are being adopted in the marine industry to increase efficiency, minimize risks, lower costs while ideally minimizing carbon footprint at the same time. One of these models is the digitalization and outsourcing of lifecycle services. It is not a new model for marine per se, but it is being adopted in new areas, such as hotel and crew areas.
Maintaining the status quo is not an option for global shipping companies in 2023.
Decarbonization is one of the most pressing topics in the shipping industry today, and shipowners and operators worldwide are working hard to map out their plans and strategies for reducing CO2 emissions in the coming years.