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  • 1 December 2023
    Automation, Business Developments & Projects, Collaboration, Green Marine, Outlook & Strategy, Research & Development, Vessels

    Japanese shipping company Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha (K Line) has tested an autonomous navigation system on the 11,413 gross-ton large RORO cargo ship HOKUREN MARU No. 2, operated by K-Line on a round-trip route of approximately 1,600 km between Hitachi Port and Kushiro Port. The system was trialed in three voyages starting on October 1, 2023, […]

  • 12 April 2024
    Business Developments & Projects, Green Marine, Vessels

    Navigator Holdings, a UK-headquartered owner and operator of a fleet of handysize liquefied gas carriers, has performed its first ship-to-ship ammonia transfer.

  • 27 March 2024
    Collaboration, Technology, Vessels

    UK design and engineering firm BAR Technologies (BARTech) has partnered with Finnish tech company Groke Technologies (Groke) for the design and development of autonomous navigation systems for BARTech’s WindWings technology.

  • 15 March 2024
    Automation, Business Developments & Projects, Innovation, IT & Software, Research & Development, Technology

    A research team from National Korea Maritime & Ocean University in South Korea has developed a new control method that can optimize autonomous ship navigation.

  • 17 April 2024

    Singaporean shipping company Navig8 has taken delivery of the second of six newbuild MR tankers with emission-reducing technology from New Times Shipbuilding (NTS).

  • 1 February 2024
    Business Developments & Projects, Infrastructure, Regulation & Policy, Rules & Regulation, Vessels

    Deploying fleets efficiently along specific routes, combined with educated fuel and technology choices will be crucial for navigating new EU regulations, according to a new Lloyd’s Register report.

  • 26 March 2024
    Business Developments & Projects, Technology

    Avikus autonomous navigation is proven to reduce fuel use by as much as 15% and is expected to reduce carbon emissions by 10%, the autonomous navigation in-house startup of South Korean shipbuilding giant HD Hyundai said.

  • 22 December 2023
    Authorities & Government, Business Developments & Projects, Green Marine, Market Outlooks, Outlook & Strategy, Ports & Logistics, Regulation & Policy, Rules & Regulation, Vessels

    In recent weeks, the Red Sea has become the epicenter of heightened tensions as Yemen’s Houthi group escalated their attacks on commercial vessels, sending shockwaves throughout the maritime industry. Germany’s Hapag-Lloyd and Hong Kong’s OOCL joined on Thursday numerous shipping companies, including Maersk, MSC as well as oil major BP, in announcing that they would […]

  • 29 January 2024

    Singaporean shipper Navig8 has taken delivery of the first of six eco-friendly newbuild MR IMO 2 vessels from New Times Shipbuilding (NTS).

  • 22 November 2023
    Business Developments & Projects, Collaboration, Outlook & Strategy, Regulation & Policy, Research & Development, Rules & Regulation, Safety

    The Federal Maritime and Hydrographic Agency (BSH), a central maritime authority in Germany, is developing the next generation of electronic nautical charts in an effort to make shipping safer, more efficient and sustainable.

  • 11 March 2024
    Business Developments & Projects, Infrastructure, Innovation, Vessels

    South Korean shipbuilder Hyundai Mipo Dockyard (HMD) has unveiled the country’s first pilot vessel intended for autonomous navigation.

  • 28 February 2024
    Business Developments & Projects, Green Marine, Infrastructure, Technology, Vessels

    Türkiye’s Tersan Shipyard has received a shipbuilding order from Norwegian ferry operator Fjord1 AS for four battery-powered autonomous double-ended ferries, said to be the world’s first. Tersan and Fjord1 revealed the shipbuilding contract on February 27, stating that the new ferries will “revolutionize coastal transport, combining efficiency, safety, and innovation”. These zero-emission ferries will operate […]

  • 8 December 2023
    Certification & Classification, Vessels

    Classification society ABS has issued approval in principle (AiP) to Lemissoler Navigation for its design of a methanol-fueled Ultramax bulk carrier, the first such methanol vessel for China’s shipbuilding industry.

  • 8 March 2024
    Business Developments & Projects, Equipment, Operations & Maintenance, Technology, Vessels

    Exail’s DriX uncrewed surface vessel (USV) has finished what is said to be a first-of-its-kind fisheries research survey for assessment of the impact on biomass and fish stock before, during, and after wind farm construction.  The DriX USV performed the survey offshore Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and New York for NOAA Fisheries Northeast Fisheries Research Science […]

  • 31 January 2024
    Business Developments & Projects, Infrastructure, IT & Software, Vessels

    Taiwanese bulk shipping company Ta-Ho Maritime Corporation is strengthening digitalization efforts by installing NAPA’s performance monitoring, voyage optimization and navigational risk monitoring on eight vessels.

  • 14 March 2024

    Japanese shipping company NYK and compatriot LPG trader and importer Astomos Energy have held a christening ceremony for a new liquified petroleum gas (LPG)/ammonia carrier.

  • 18 December 2023
    Business Developments & Projects, Green Marine, Market Outlooks, Outlook & Strategy, Vessels

    Leading liner companies, including industry giants Maersk, MSC, CMA CGM, HMM, and OOCL, have suspended trading on their Red Sea trade routes. This decision comes in response to a series of targeted attacks on merchant ships operating in the region, raising alarms within the global shipping community. The Red Sea, a critical maritime route connecting […]

  • 5 April 2024
    Infrastructure, Vessels

    Dutch towage and maritime company KOTUG International has signed a framework agreement with compatriot shipbuilding and ship repair specialist Padmos to build ‘the complete lineup’ of E-Pusher, an electric pusher tug.

  • 27 December 2023
    Business Developments & Projects, Green Marine, Outlook & Strategy, Transition, Vessels

    Starting in fiscal 2024, Japanese shipping company NYK plans to launch full-scale trials of the long-term use of biofuels in navigating its existing heavy oil-fired vessels. Biofuels are produced from biological sources (biomass), such as waste cooking oil, and are considered to have net-zero CO2 emissions during combustion. Biofuels are gaining traction in the maritime industry […]

  • 4 March 2024
    Business Developments & Projects, Green Marine, Infrastructure, Project & Tenders, Vessels

    Norway-based HAV Design has been selected to design and develop four newbuild autonomous battery-powered zero-emission ferries for compatriot Fjord1. Described as the world’s first, the ferries will operate the Lavik-Oppedal crossing on the northwest coast of Norway. HAV Group’s ship design business signed the contract on March 1, building on Fjord1’s earlier commitment to utilize […]

  • 19 April 2024

    Japanese feeder operator Imoto Lines has partnered with local technology company Marindows to build a next-generation, zero-emission domestic containerships capable of hybrid operation.

  • 16 January 2024
    Business & Finance, Business Developments & Projects, Collaboration, Equipment, Infrastructure, Innovation, Operations & Maintenance, Outlook & Strategy, Project & Tenders, Technology

    Norwegian subsea services provider DeepOcean and oil and gas player Aker BP have completed subsea trials with an autonomous inspection drone (AID) at an Aker BP-operated field in the central North Sea. As part of a ten-day inspection campaign, Aker BP and DeepOcean inspected subsea trees and other subsea infrastructure at the Alvheim subsea field on […]

  • 24 April 2024
    Collaboration, Human Capital, Outlook & Strategy, Transition

    Maersk Training, part of Danish shipping giant A.P. Moller-Maersk, and compatriot Green Marine, a pioneer in methanol-powered maritime solutions, have entered into a strategic partnership to establish Maersk Training powered by Green Marine.

  • 22 April 2024
    Business Developments & Projects, Infrastructure, Vessels

    Eureka Shipping, a cement carrier services provider jointly owned by Cyprus-based SMT Shipping and Canada’s CSL Group, is building a biofuel-capable, shore power-ready mechanical/pneumatic cement ship.

  • 23 January 2024
    Automation, Business & Finance, Business Developments & Projects, Collaboration, Equipment, Innovation, Operations & Maintenance, Outlook & Strategy, Project & Tenders, Technology

    A French consortium comprising three partners has secured a €3 million grant to develop and qualify subsea resident patrol technologies. The consortium is made of Ifremer, a French research institute dedicated to the ocean, FinX, a start-up specialized in bio-inspired underwater thrusters, and led by Forssea Robotics, a French provider of smart remotely operated vehicle (ROV) assets and […]