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Sunday, September 19, 2021

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Drivers for Shipbuilding Across Asia

Posted to Maritime Reporter TV ( by Greg Trauthwein ) on March 31, 2021

Schulte Marine Concepts’ Krzysztof Kozdron MD, based in Shanghai, discusses shipbuilding, repair and conversion trends at the shipyards across Asia.

ONE SEA Helps Guide Maritime’s Autonomous Future

Posted to Maritime Reporter TV ( by Greg Trauthwein ) on March 29, 2021

Päivi Haikkola discusses advances in maritime autonomy, automation and digitalization.

Scrubber Installations Double as Bunker Fuel Prices Settle

Posted to Maritime Reporter TV ( by Greg Trauthwein ) on March 24, 2021

As the spread between HSFO and LFSO has settled, BIMCO's chief shipping analyst Peter Sand discusses how bunker fuel pricing spread is impacting the uptake of scrubber installations across the world fleet.

Profiles in Training: Dr. Michael Manuel, Professor, World Maritime University

Posted to Maritime Reporter TV ( by Greg Trauthwein ) on March 19, 2021

Dr. Michael Manuel, Professor, World Maritime University, discusses the importance of the MarTID 2021 survey of global maritime training practices. The survey targets vessel owner/operators, maritime education and training institutions and seafarers.

Crowley Unveils New Partnership with ESVAGT to Build, Operate SOVs Serving US Offshore Wind

Posted to Maritime Reporter TV ( by Greg Trauthwein ) on March 16, 2021

As the U.S. offshore wind market gains steam, Crowley’s Jeff Andreini discusses a new partnership with ESVAGT to capture its piece of this historic new market.

C-Job Debuts an Innovative New TSHD Design

Posted to Maritime Reporter TV ( by Greg Trauthwein ) on March 15, 2021

With an eye on an aging trailing suction hopper dredge fleet, C-Job is set to debut an innovative new THSD design series with an focus on modularity and sustainability.

Turbocharging to Help Meet Emerging Emissions Regulations

Posted to Maritime Reporter TV ( by Greg Trauthwein ) on March 12, 2021

ABB Turbo’s president discusses technical solutions to address emerging maritime emission regulations.

5G Private Networks & Port Efficiency

Posted to Maritime Reporter TV ( by Greg Trauthwein ) on March 11, 2021

Jan Diekmann discusses a recent report from Ericsson which explores the value of a private 5G network across the port and logistics chain.

Strong Offshore Wind Lifts U.S. Maritime, Port and Logistics Companies

Posted to Maritime Reporter TV ( by Greg Trauthwein ) on March 8, 2021

Insights on the burgeoning U.S. Offshore wind market from Philip Lewis, director of research at World Energy Reports, who says 2021 is the year when this growing industry begins to realize its potential.

Stromag Helps to Outfit the Modern Marine Drivetrain

Posted to Maritime Reporter TV ( by Greg Trauthwein ) on March 7, 2021

Stromag’s director of engineering discusses the company’s breadth of integrated drivetrain solutions for maritime applications.

Wärtsilä’s Compact Reliq Reliquefaction Plant for Maritime

Posted to Maritime Reporter TV ( by Greg Trauthwein ) on March 1, 2021

Inside the Compact Reliq solution and its reversed nitrogen Brayton cycle refrigeration technology.

Damen & Sea Machines Ink Collaboration Agreement on Vessel Autonomy

Posted to Maritime Reporter TV ( by Greg Trauthwein ) on February 28, 2021

Damen and Sea Machines announce a new collaboration agreement that promises to help fast track maritime autonomy.

Wärtsilä Voyage Helps to Define and Drive Maritime’s Automated Future

Posted to Maritime Reporter TV ( by Greg Trauthwein ) on February 17, 2021

As the maritime industry faces numerous environmental and efficiency challenges, the future is ship automation, and Wärtsilä Voyage is a driver.

DNV GL Identifies ‘Safety Gap’ as Maritime Transforms

Posted to Maritime Reporter TV ( by Greg Trauthwein ) on February 17, 2021

As the marine industry digests decarbonization, digitalization and autonomy, DNV GL warns that a keen eye must stay on identifying and mitigating safety risks.

Insights on Modern Ferry Design

Posted to Maritime Reporter TV ( by Greg Trauthwein ) on February 12, 2021

Sylvain Julien, Director of Naval Architecture , BMT, discusses the digitalization, decarbonization and autonomous trends driving ferry design.

4th Annual MarTID Survey: Maritime Training Practices, COVID-19 & Seafarers

Posted to Maritime Reporter TV ( by Greg Trauthwein ) on February 10, 2021

COVID-19 and its impact on global maritime training practices is the focus of this year’s MarTID Survey.

Engineered Cooling Solutions Help Improve Environmental Footprint

Posted to Maritime Reporter TV ( by Greg Trauthwein ) on February 8, 2021

As owners and operators work to achieve dramatic new emission reductions, don’t overlook your vessel’s cooling solutions.

The Pace of Offshore Wind in the U.S. is Picking Up Fast

Posted to Maritime Reporter TV ( by Greg Trauthwein ) on January 29, 2021

World Energy Reports’ latest projections for the U.S. Offshore Wind market is promising news for the maritime, subsea, ports and logistics markets.

Profiles in Training: The Ferry Industry

Posted to Maritime Reporter TV ( by Greg Trauthwein ) on January 28, 2021

Though slammed by COVID-19, the international ferry industry continues to invest in maritime training, education and safety. Mike Corrigan, the head of global trade association Interferry, weighs in.

Discussing the Allianz Risk Barometer for 2021

Posted to Maritime Reporter TV ( by Greg Trauthwein ) on January 27, 2021

Allianz’ annual survey of business risks for 2021 is headlined, unsurprisingly, by COVID-19, business interruption and cyber security.
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