OCTOBER 7, 2015 —The amount of hazardous sulfur in the air above Denmark has been reduced by more than half since the introduction in the new year of international regulations requiring ships sailing in the…
OCTOBER 6, 2015—To remain competitive and comply with impending regulations, shipping companies worldwide are adding new energy-efficient, fuel-sipping Eco-Ships. One of these is Italy’s d’Amico International Shipping S.A, which recently launched two eco-ships at Hyundai…
SEPTEMBER 28, 2015 — Law firm Blank Rome has alerted clients that the U.S. Coast Guard has issued a new policy letter that streamlines the process for vessel owners and operators to apply for an…
SEPTEMBER 23, 2015 – Seattle, WA, based engineering consultancy Glosten reports that Marine Systems Inc. (MSI) has delivered a pair of Ballast Treatment System Deck Modules, designed for tank barge and ship operations. MSI turned…
SEPTEMBER 23, 2015 — Norwegian ballast water treatment (BWT) specialist Optimarin has secured a fleet agreement for the installation of ten systems for an undisclosed Asian shipowner in a group of 6,700 TEU containerships.
SEPTEMBER 23, 2015 — CMA-CGM has fitted its largest containership, the 18,000 TEU Vasco de Gama, with a 2,000 cu.m/h Bio-Sea 2000 BWTS supplied by French ballast water treatment specialist Bio-UV.
SEPTEMBER 22, 2015 — The International Chamber of Shipping is getting ready to defend the industry's achievements on emissions reductions at the UN Climate Change Conference in Paris (COP 21).
SEPTEMBER 21, 2015 — Turkish RO/RO and bulker operator Ulusoy Denizyollari Isletmeciligi A.S. has selected the Trojan Marinex Ballast Water Treatment (BWT) system to retrofit 12 vessels, including bulk carriers. The project was secured in…
SEPTEMBER 17, 2015 — Five pilot projects will be pursued as part of Norway's Green Coastal Shipping Program, which aims to encourage the research and implementation of green technology concepts in the country's shipping sector.
AUGUST, 21, 2015—This past May, Jets Vacuum’s Ecomotive Biological Sewage Treatment Plant was approved by the United States Coast Guard. The recent USCG approval will allow U.S. shipbuilders to install the system on vessels being…
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