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Nearly Half of Interlake Fleet Fit with Scrubbers

Photo: Interlake Steamship Company

The M/V Mesabi Miner has sailed from Fincantieri Bay Shipbuilding Company in Sturgeon Bay, Wis., becoming Interlake Steamship Company’s fourth self-unloading bulk carrier to be outfitted with exhaust gas scrubbers.    Interlake became the first U.S.-flag fleet to test freshwater scrubbers on the Great

White Paper Addresses Bilge Water Noncompliance

Photo: Alfa Laval

A new white paper from Alfa Laval addresses ship owner concerns to ensure vessel compliance with bilge water regulations worldwide. Even if a traditional system with type approval is operating on board, the paper states, there are still risks of violating applicable laws and damaging the marine environment.

New SatCom Terminal From Lars Thrane

Photo: Lars Thrane A/S

Lars Thrane A/S is presenting its first satellite communication terminal.  The LT-3100 Iridium Communications System will be shown to public at the exhibition SEA ASIA in Singapore running from April 25 to 27. The terminal will be available this Summer.   The LT-3100 Iridium Communications System is a maritime satellite communication product,

AEGIR-Marine Adds Stabilizer Repair Services

AEGIR-Marine, full service provider for stern tube seals and propulsion systems for the maritime industry, said it has added stabilizer and steering gear repair services to its portfolio of maritime services. In February 2017 the company reinforced its team with Alan, a specialist in stabilizer engineering services.

TecNiq Grows North American Sales Team

Photo: TecNiq

LED lighting manufacturer TecNiq Inc. has hired Jennifer McNees and Marcus Nelson as sales associates. The two will share similar responsibilities at TecNiq representing the full line of products. McNees will focus on trailers and Nelson on marine. McNees brings over 15 years of sales experience to TecNiq.

First Aluminum Hull Reference for Thordon Seal

Photo: Thordon Bearings

Fullers Group’s has provided a first reference for Thordon Bearings’ TG100 seal on an aluminum hulled fast ferry.   The New Zealand ferry operator’s new 34.9m (114.5 ft.) catamaran Korora, delivered from the Q-West shipyard in December, features a water lubricated propeller shaft arrangement based around a Henley Integrated Propulsion System.

Ampelmann Unveils the Icemann

Photo: Ampelmann

Ampelmann, provider of offshore access to the energy industry, has unveiled its latest walk to work system which has been specially designed for operation in extreme cold conditions. The N-type, nicknamed Icemann, was officially launched in front of 200 guests on Thursday, April 20, in Rotterdam, Netherlands.

Hull Cleaning Robot Deployed in Rotterdam

Photo courtesy of René Klootsema

Recently the hull of the vessel Vlieborg from Wagenborg has been cleaned in the Port of Rotterdam by Fleet Cleaner and OH Ship Cleaning. The vessel was heavily fouled with slime and algae, which were all removed from the hull and captured by the installation. The collected wastewater was carefully filtered

MAN Cryo to Supply FGSS for LNG Ferries in Norway

Illustration of the coming double-ended RoPax ferries (Image: Multi-Maritime)

MAN Cryo, MAN Diesel & Turbo’s marine-LNG fuel-gas-system manufacturer, has signed a contract with the Vard Shipyard Group in Norway to deliver a fuel-gas supply system (FGSS) to two ferries for shipowner and ferry operator Torghatten Nord.   Each ferry will be equipped with a gas-electric, hybrid-propulsion

GNS, SEALL Partner on ECDIS Tech

Photo: GNS

GNS, a provider of maritime navigation solutions, and SEALL ECDIS Limited, the maritime software and ECDIS company, have announced a strategic partnership. Combining GNS’s expertise in back of bridge navigation software and navigational data with SEALL’s ECDIS and software development capability, the