LR award Approval in Principle for Daphne Technology’s PureMetrics emission monitoring and reporting system

PureMetrics uses stack measurement to monitor and report greenhouse gases released from the exhausts of maritime and land-based combustion engines. Lloyd’s Register (LR) has awarded Daphne Technology with Approval in Principle (AiP) for its PureMetricsTM emission monitoring and reporting system, a key tool for understanding and mitigating emissions resulting from methane slip. Methane slip, where […]

Swedish Club appoints new Head for Team Sweden

The Swedish Club is delighted to announce the appointment of Fredrik Bergqvist as new Area Manager for Team Sweden. Fredrik brings a wealth of experience and expertise to the position and will play a crucial role in the Club’s team of Regional Managers. He joined The Swedish Club more than ten years ago and has […]

LISW23 welcomes the Netherlands as its first ever National Pavilion Partner

The organisers of London International Shipping Week 2023 (LISW23) are delighted to welcome the Netherlands as the first ever National Pavilion Partner, highlighting the strong and close relationship between the two maritime nations. The Netherlands boasts a thriving maritime hub and the government-backed partnership will enable the cluster to showcase all it has to offer […]

Cyprus Shipping Deputy Ministry urges amendment of EU Ship Recycling Regulation

Ahead of the closing of the European Commission’s public consultation on evaluation of the EU Ship Recycling Regulation (SRR) today (7 June), the Cyprus Shipping Deputy Ministry has welcomed the review as a welcome opportunity to address what it calls “a significant loophole” in the SRR. In addition to the circumvention from obligations of SRR, […]

AlfaWall Oceanbird and Cristina Aleixendri Munoz scoop Nor-Shipping awards

In addition to Swedish/Danish tanker operator Terntank’s previously report4d win of the coveted Next Generation Ship Award, wind power pioneer AlfaWall Oceanbird and Bound4Blue Co-founder and COO Cristina Aleixendri Munoz also scooped awards at the 29th Nor-Shipping this week. Expert judging panels described the competition for the accolades as “fiercer than ever”, reflecting on the […]

LR and LISCR award Design Approval for world’s first 22,000cbm multi-gas carrier

Lloyd’s Register (LR) and the Liberian International Ship & Corporate Registry (LISCR) have awarded Design Approval to HD Korea Shipbuilding & Offshore Engineering (HD KSOE) and Hyundai Mipo Dockyard (HMD) for the development of the world’s first 22,000cbm multi-gas carrier as part of a Joint Development Project for LCO2 Carrier design and development. A ceremony […]

Survitec digitalises ship safety management with new interactive graphical monitoring solution SMARR-TI

Global Survival Technology solutions provider Survitec aims to substantially improve onboard ship safety with a new interactive safety management solution. The solution, a Safety Management and Rapid Response Technology Interface (SMARR-TI), uses a graphical monitoring interface to integrate fire detection and fire suppression systems within one system. SMARR-TI, which Survitec developed in cooperation with Turkish […]

NAPA and Simwave partner to improve access to stability training for seafarers and ship operators

Global provider of maritime software and data services NAPA has announced a partnership with Simwave, a leading maritime training provider, to facilitate access to advanced stability training for seafarers and ship operators, both in person and remotely. This partnership aims to make critical safety training more accessible, convenient, and efficient for crews, increasing the number […]

WinGD and Mitsubishi Shipbuilding sign MoU for ammonia collaboration

Swiss marine power company WinGD and Japanese shipbuilder and technology developer Mitsubishi Shipbuilding Co., Ltd. have signed a memorandum of understanding to enter into a partnership on ammonia-fuelled vessels. The project will see WinGD applying its X-DF-A ammonia-fuelled engines to a range of vessel designs, with Mitsubishi both designing the vessels and completing the fuel […]

Kongsberg unveils range of next generation platform supply and anchor handler vessels

Kongsberg Maritime has this week unveiled a new range of ship designs in its extensive UT Design portfolio. The new anchor handler (AHT) and platform supply vessels (PSV) have the option to include alternative energy sources and fuels, such as methanol, ammonia, and hybrid-battery power. Kongsberg has been a leader in the design of PSV […]

The Britannia Group hosts P&I Academy for Members in London

Representatives from its Members around the world are in London this week for a programme of presentations, workshops and networking events designed to improve delegates’ knowledge and understanding of P&I and learn more about the Britannia Group and the Managers, Tindall Riley. The week-long programme is aimed at employees of Members who are relatively new […]