Evoqua Water Technologies’ partnership with Krosys was strengthened today with the unveiling of a SeaCURE® Ballast Water Treatment System during the Kormarine 2017 exhibition in Busan, South Korea. The electrochlorination unit (ECU) skid showcases the Korean engineering company’s competence in building, installing and commissioning Evoqua’s high-end ballast water treatment technology in the Korean newbuild and retrofit markets. JaeWook Bae, Team Manager of the BWMS Business T
On Friday the 15th of September, a seminar was held at the Rydes hotel in Wellington, New Zealand, which brought together representatives from Damen and Corrosion as well as Corrosion’s regional agent, Bowmar. The event focused on the prevention of fouling on box coolers and the benefits presented by Corrosion’s Impressed Current Anti-Fouling (ICAF) system. Present at the event were a number of vessel owners, including Damen client Centreport Wellington, operator of two Damen
Second tugboat in the series of four delivered to SAAM SMIT Wilson Sons shipyard, part of the WilsonSons Group, has delivered yet another tugboat. The SST-Aruá is the second tugboat delivered to SAAM SMIT Towage Brazil and is part of a total order of 4 Vessels. The first of the series the SST-Aimoré was delivered in June this year. “It took just over 18months to deliver the second tugboat from the moment of signing the contract. In a challenging time for the shipbuilding indu
A series of two-day training courses is being held to help companies grow their business. The sessions are being staged by SCORE, the grants and support programme helping nurture innovation and improvement in the offshore renewable energy sector. The courses – available to all small and medium-sized enterprises across all business sectors - are at Lowestoft on November 7-8 and December 4-5 and at Norwich on November 22-23. They are aimed at business owners, senior or aspiring
Energy Minister Richard Harrington assured the East of England energy industry that its disappointment about a lack of a regional sector deal in the Government’s industrial strategy was “temporary.” There would be a second round with “much to achieve”, he told companies from the unique all-energy East of England at a special reception at Westminster. Simon Gray, CEO of the East of England Energy Group (EEEGR), said the minister’s acceptance in principle of a potential regiona
Britannia P&I today unveiled its new brand identity to reflect its role as a dynamic, market leading P&I Club owned by and operated for the benefit of its Members. The new image visually depicts how Britannia has developed and modified its services to meet the changing demands of its Members in a challenging marketplace, whilst recognising its roots in shipping.
The oldest and one of the most respected P&I Clubs, Britannia is also the strongest club in the International Gro
Shipping companies are paying out unnecessary high costs by continuing to pay seafarers with cash, says leading financial services provider ShipMoney, who is currently attending the ACI HR and Crew Management Summit in London. EVP Greg O’Connell says that on an average fleet of 50 ships, shipping operators face spending nearly $500,000 in delivering cash to vessels. Annually more than $6billion in hard currency is delivered to the global merchant fleet.
With the cost of del
Montrose Port Authority has announced the appointment of a new Chairman of its Board of Trustees. John Carmichael has been vice chairman of the Port for the last year, holding the position of a non-executive member for seven years prior to this. His knowledge has seen him advise on a range of port management matters, with particular emphasis on infrastructure and development. Throughout his career, Mr Carmichael played an instrumental role within engineering services company