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JUNE 1, 2018 — It is clearly a time of transformation in the maritime industry. One of the latest drivers of change is the implementation of the International Maritime Organization’s global 0.5% sulfur cap on…
MAY 23, 2018 — When constructing an offshore support vessel, ferry or cruise ship, a shipyard might be required to install thousands and thousands of feet of pipe. Installing those pipes and fittings can be…
MARCH 23, 2018 — This year, naval architectural and marine engineering firm Elliott Bay Design Group (EBDG) will mark its 30th anniversary. Over that 30-year span, the Seattle-based, employee-owned company has built a solid portfolio…
MARCH 12, 2018 — Never one to shy away from ruffling a few feathers, Frank Coles has embraced the role of disruptor. Coles, CEO of Transas, wants his company to be an integral player in…
FEBRUARY 20, 2018 — Shipping is being transformed by disruptive technology. Increasing automation and digitalization are turning the traditional shipping model on its head. In the age of big data and the Internet of Things,…
FEBRUARY 14, 2018 — While offshore wind energy has grown rapidly in Europe, it has been slow to take hold in the U.S. But a favorable breeze may be picking up as states such as…
DECEMBER 27, 2017—Despite the overall slump in global shipbuilding, German shipbuilders were able to maintain a strong orderbook in 2017, driven by a buoyant cruise ship sector and Navy vessel construction. The value of vessel…
DECEMBER 18, 2017 — Optimizing performance, reducing fuel consumption, and improving profitability for ATB, tug, and workboat operators is more important than ever. Founded in 1972, Nautican engineers and manufactures hydrodynamic solutions for tugs, workboats…
DECEMBER 12, 2017—For almost one hundred years, Victaulic has been producing mechanical pipe joining solutions for some of the most complex piping challenges faced by engineers, shipbuilders, naval architects, contractors and distributors. For decades, Victaulic’s…
JUNE 1, 2017—Ship’s ballast water is full of aquatic species, both visible and invisible to the naked eye. Water taken aboard ship as ballast in one coastal region and discharged in another untreated can lead…
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