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Technology

Damen launches its first Service-Operations vessel

damen

Damen announced that the first of its purpose-built Service Operations Vessels, with Walk-to-Work (W2W) capability, Bibby WaveMaster 1, was officially launched at Damen Shipyards Galati in Romania, on March 24th. The aft ship has been adapted to the tasks that is designed for, including stern to waves operations.

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New system for ship-to-shore transfer to be launched soon

wartsila

Because of environmental considerations and high investment costs, communities typically have a limited appetite for the major civil works required for building new harbours, quays and jetties. Wärtsilä has entered into a new agreement for the development of an innovative system for transferring LNG from the carrier vessel to shoreline terminals where no jetty exists.

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Saipem, Siemens to collaborate on subsea applications

applications

Saipem announced that signed a Joint Development Agreement with Siemens that aims at qualifying and promoting an open standard Subsea Control Systems for Saipem’s Subsea Bus architecture. The Saipem Subsea Bus is an extendable Open Framework platform of software and hardware components, designed to support and integrate into all subsea applications.

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First of four STS cranes starts work at Port of Savannah

cranes

The Georgia Ports Authority announced that has commissioned the first of four new Neo-Panamax ship-to-shore giant cranes at the Port of Savannah Garden City Terminal. The growing crane fleet, working over nearly 10,000 contiguous feet of dock, will be able to handle more than 1,000 container moves per hour, when all 30 cranes are in place.

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GTT equips new HHI LNG carrier

HHI

GTT has received an order from Hyundai Heavy Industries to equip a new LNG carrier with its Mark III Flex containment system. Hyundai's shipyard based in Ulsan will build the vessel of on behalf of the Norwegian shipping company Knutsen and the delivery is scheduled in 2019.

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MAN engine selected for US Navy new fleet

navy

MAN Diesel & Turbo announced that the US Navy has chosen the Fairbanks Morse MAN 12V48/60CR engine as main propulsion for a new series of 17 ships, as it begins plans to phase out its existing tanker fleet. The engine was chosen on the basis of the set programme goals of energy efficiency, equipment reliability and cargo-handling efficiency.

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