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Cybersecurity and the ferry operator

Ferry operators are adopting new technology that leverages advances in digitalization, but that could increase the vessel’s cybersecurity vulnerabilities. At the same time, shoreside booking operations that result in online interactions with

These dark paints defeat the heat

Although white paint doesn’t look clean for long, marine coatings of a darker shade absorb more heat pushing up the ship’s heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) requirements and fuel costs. Now

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Damen picks Wärtsilä for second large dredge

Damen Shipyards Group has again selected Wärtsilä to provide the main propulsion solutions for a large Marine Aggregate Dredge (MAD). The dredge is being built for the U.K. company Hanson Aggregates, a

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C-Job to open Houston office

C-Job Naval Architects, the largest independent ship design and engineering company in the Netherlands, is aiming to expand its business in the United States by opening a dedicated branch office in Houston

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Schuyler Line wins $10.6 million MSC contract

Schuyler Line Navigation Co. (SLNC), Annapolis, Md., has been awarded a $10,595,700 Military Sealift Command contract with reimbursable elements, for employment in worldwide trade forwarded a $10,595,700 for employment in worldwide trade

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Gulf Coast braces for Barry

As Tropical Storm Barry churned through the Gulf of Mexico, offshore oil and gas operators in the Gulf of Mexico evacuated platforms and rigs in response – and ion shore worries mounted