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Nor-Lines, Rolls-Royce Sign Service Agreement

Photos courtesy of Rolls-Royce

Nor Lines and Rolls-Royce have signed a “Power-by-the-Hour” service agreement for the two vessels Kvitbjørn and Kvitnos. The new service offering harnesses the power of “big data” to monitor, plan and perform maintenance and repairs on all the equipment it has installed on the cargo vessels.   Power-by-the-Hour

Keppel to Build Additional Dredgers for Jan De Nul

Keppel Offshore & Marine's (Keppel O&M) wholly-owned subsidiary Keppel Singmarine Pte Ltd (Keppel Singmarine) has secured contracts from Codralux S.A., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Jan De Nul Group, to build two Trailing Suction Hopper Dredgers (TSHDs). The dredgers are valued at approximately $120 million, including owner-furnished equipment.

Cannon Tapped to Lead FLIR Systems

James J. Cannon  (Photo: FLIR Systems)

FLIR Systems, Inc. has appointed James J. “Jim” Cannon as its new president and chief executive officer, effective June 19, 2017, succeeding Andy Teich, who will retire after 33 years of service. Cannon previously served for more than 16 years in a variety of senior leadership positions at Stanley Black & Decker, Inc.

Coldharbour, Hansun Ink China Distribution Deal

From right to left: Andrew Marshall, CEO Coldharbour Marine Ltd (seated) and Graham Cole CBE, Chairman, Coldharbour Marine Ltd (standing). On the left, Jason Lee, General Manager, Hansun (Shanghai) Marine Technology (seated) and Simon Gu, Chairman, Hansun (Shanghai) Marine Technology (Photo: Coldharbour Marine)

Coldharbour Marine, developer of a unique in-tank, in-voyage and inert gas-based ballast water treatment system for large tankers, bulkers and LNG vessels, has signed an agreement with Hansun (Shanghai) Marine Technology Co Ltd covering the marketing and distribution of Coldharbour products in mainland China.

US Supplier Finds Success with Boat Drain Plugs

Photo: Vesconite Bearings

A US supplier of marine parts has found considerable demand for Vesconite T-handle and flatter stern screw-in drain plugs for a particular brand of wake surfing boats built between 2006 and 2014. The original drain plugs were made of brass and also had a brass base. They were found to corrode due to galvanic corrosion,

ACE Winch Solution for DolWin Topside Float-over

ACE Winches said it has mobilized and installed a winch package for use on the jacket installation and float-over of the DolWin Topside platform, one of the world’s largest high voltage direct current (HVDC) converter platforms, generating enough power to provide approximately 1 million households with clean energy.

Intelligent Self-sufficient Systems for Powerful Drive Tasks

Stand-alone self-contained electro-hydraulic servo axis (SHA): Functionalities identical to that of electromechanical variants. (Image: Bosch Rexroth)

 Standalone self-contained electro-hydraulic servo axis (SHA) from Bosch Rexroth   New from Bosch Rexroth are standalone axes with identical servo-drives for actuators with mechanical or hydraulic force transmission, offering new degrees of freedom for machine manufacturers in finding drive solutions that suit specific application requirements.

Safety Partnership Builds on its Success

Photo: Salvare

International safety expert Salvare has secured a number of orders for its Seapod and Mini-Pod lifesaving systems through its U.K. sales agent SeaSafe over the last year.   The latest contract for five units went to a U.K. west coast fleet operator, which wants to kit out all of its vessels to help ensure its crews stay safe at sea.

Marine Travelift: School’s Out

Photo: Marine Travelift

 Helping to keep distributors and service technicians trained on the latest industry innovations and better serve customers, Marine Travelift’s CustomerCare team recently concluded its annual service school at its manufacturing facility in Sturgeon Bay, Wis.   The two-week course included the introduction

MTU Propulsion for High-speed Ferry

Photo: MTU

Rolls-Royce said it will supply four 20-cylinder Series 8000 engines from MTU to Australian shipyard Incat Tasmania. The engines will be installed in the new high-speed RoPax ferry to be used by the Virtu Ferries company on the Malta-Sicily service that it operates daily throughout the year.   Set