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Are you ready for the IMO Climate Strategy?

Posted to Maritime Reporter ( by Alfa Laval ) on October 15, 2019

The next fuel emissions challenge  Alfa Laval Adaptive Fuel Line Greenhouse gas and your fuel line Even as preparations for the 2020 global sulphur cap are still underway, the marine industry is already moving on to tomorrow’s environmental compliance challenges.

Navigate presents marine industry’s hottest topics

Posted to Maritime Reporter ( by NaviGate, Nordic Maritime Expo ) on October 9, 2019

Navigate – international fair for professionals. Navigate 2020 gathers together the marine industry, shipping companies and maritime logistics Navigate, Nordic Maritime Expo – on January 22nd to 23rd 2020  – is an important meeting place that offers participants the opportunity to network…

Chris-Marine® introduces Liner Condition Camera to help customers avoid costly replacement of their cylinder liners

Posted to Maritime Reporter ( by Chris-Marine ) on October 8, 2019

At least 10% of newbuildings need to have their cylinder liners replaced already before the first dry-docking, a costly consequence of failing to keep the liners in top condition. However, this problem can easily be prevented with the right equipment.

Receive Information on moisture in oil

Posted to Maritime Reporter ( by Vaisala ) on September 29, 2019

Moisture measurements are essential when there is a need to protect engines. Moisture measurements are essential when there is a need to protect engines or to ensure high-quality oil with moisture in oil measurements. Avoiding moisture in concrete…

QUIET – A DNV GL class notation for airborne external noise from ships

Posted to Maritime Reporter ( by DNV GL ) on May 28, 2019

The DNV GL class notation QUIET, to be launched on 1 July 2019, addresses the external noise emitted from a vessel that is either berthed in port, idle or in working condition. Ensuring the practicality of measurements is a priority for DNV GL.


Posted to Maritime Reporter ( by Optimarin ) on September 17, 2018

Cheap does not necessarily mean good value. Don’t get the cheapest system for your fleet, get the right one.In the competitive world of shipping, with often wafer thin margins and uncertain demand, cost control is key to success. But sometimes the cheapest buys end up costing your business the most.

Understanding Water Quality & BWMS Limitations

Posted to Maritime Reporter ( by EcoChlor ) on March 25, 2019

Trade routes and operating conditions determine the most effective Technology for your vessel. Treating ballast water presents unique challenges as the quality and characteristics of the water can be inconsistent depending on the ballasting location.

Ship Repair & Conversion at Blohm+Voss

Posted to Maritime Reporter ( by Blohm+Voss ) on March 24, 2019

Ship repair, class renewal and conversion of passenger and commercial ships in Hamburg, Germany. Blohm+Voss offers ship repair, class renewal and conversion of passenger and commercial ships in the heart of the port of Hamburg. Our experienced…

Manufacturer Support is Critical to BWMS Regulatory Compliance

Posted to Maritime Reporter ( by Ecochlor ) on January 6, 2019

When choosing a ballast water management system, Ole Christian Schroder, Director of Environmental Compliance, Scorpio Group prioritized, “compliance, safety and reliability” as the key factors in his decision for their fleet of product tankers.

Can I install a BWT unit myself?

Posted to Maritime Reporter ( by Optimarin ) on November 12, 2018

Do It Yourself BWT installation: NOT A PROBLEM FOR RORO SPECIALIST SEATRUCK!Every shipowner wants to minimize downtime and maximize earnings. So what if it was feasible to fit your own BWT systems while in operation, without the need for dry-docking? Is that possible?

BWT scare stories

Posted to Maritime Reporter ( by Optimarin ) on October 7, 2018

Are you having a nightmare with your existing BWT system? It may not be much of a consolation, but you’re not suffering alone… Cast your mind back to last year and you may recall a report from class society ABS that, for many with a stake in the BWT segment…
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