- AMELS signs new 78-metre full custom yacht
- Bureau Veritas meets industry needs with the release of new rules for FSRUs
- Damen appoints new Sales Director Cruise New Building
- Gulf Craft Boosts European Presence with Three Superyachts Line-up at Monaco Yacht Show
- Veracel Celulose contracted Damen for a dredging solution to keep their maritime terminal accessible
- Join the Albwardy Damen Experience Day on 28 September
- 3D printed ship’s propeller takes step closer to completion
- Vetrotech Saint-Gobain introduces glass solution
- LLOYD'S REGISTER MARKET NEWS UPDATE
- Damen Shipyards Group delivers Shoalbuster 3209 to ISA Towage B.V.
- AMELS SIGNS NEW 78-METRE FULL CUSTOM YACHT
- BUREAU VERITAS MEETS INDUSTRY NEEDS WITH THE RELEASE OF NEW RULES FOR FSRUS
- DAMEN APPOINTS NEW SALES DIRECTOR CRUISE NEW BUILDING
- GULF CRAFT BOOSTS EUROPEAN PRESENCE WITH THREE SUPERYACHTS LINE-UP AT MONACO YACHT SHOW
- VERACEL CELULOSE CONTRACTED DAMEN FOR A DREDGING SOLUTION TO KEEP THEIR MARITIME TERMINAL ACCESSIBLE
- JOIN THE ALBWARDY DAMEN EXPERIENCE DAY ON 28 SEPTEMBER
- 3D PRINTED SHIP’S PROPELLER TAKES STEP CLOSER TO COMPLETION
- VETROTECH SAINT-GOBAIN INTRODUCES GLASS SOLUTION
- LLOYD'S REGISTER MARKET NEWS UPDATE
- DAMEN, DELIVERS SHOALBUSTER 3209
Damen CEO René Berkvens receives CEMT awardAward reflects contribution to the success of the European maritime industry
Banana and Container Express• Kloosterboer opts for new Liebherr port equipment to handle e.g. fruits•Excellent handling and driving characteristics made the difference as well ascost saving features•Bigger cranes represent the growth of the Dutch family business
Maersk Fluid Technology outlines the benefits of its SEA-Mate® Blending-on-Board lubrication systemWhat about BOB? Maersk Fluid Technology outlines the benefits of its SEA-Mate® Blending-on-Board lubrication system
Kenya signs amendment to regional maritime piracy agreementKenya has become the 13th signatory* to the Jeddah Amendment to the Djibouti Code of Conduct – the instrument developed and adopted by countries in the Western Indian Ocean and Gulf of Aden that has been a key factor in repressing piracy and armed robbery
Damen delivers RoRo ferry to the Gambia more than a month ahead of scheduleDamen has delivered a road ferry to a client in the Gambia more than a month ahead of schedule.
Shipowners Encourage EU-China Leadership in Shaping IMO CO2 StrategyFollowing the decision of the United States to withdraw from the Paris Climate Agreement, ECSA and ICS encourage the intention of the European Union and the People's Republic of China to intensify cooperation in achieving a global climate deal for shippin
Efficiency devices studied as Odfjell completes refitsOdfjell Tankers, MAN Diesel & Turbo and Norwegian University of Science and Technology’s marine faculty Marintek are to conduct research into the performance of energy saving devices after completing a 19-vessel retrofit programme.
Evoqua introduces remodelled SeaCURE ballast water management systemUsing the same approved electrochlorination technology, Evoqua Water Technologies has re-modelled its SeaCURE® BWMS to provide optimum high flow rate performance from what is now one of the smallest electrochlorination system on the market.
Damen vessels on display at Seawork International 2017Damen Shipyards Group will be attending the Seawork Commercial Marine & Workboat Exhibition & Conference in Southampton, UK, on 13-15 June 2017.
Conducting maritime security expertiseThe key IMO instrument helping to repress piracy and armed robbery against ships in the Western Indian Ocean and the Gulf of Aden – the Djibouti Code of Conduct – is part of discussions at an international conference in Morocco.
- Thordon bearings and drydocks world team up to convert ships to seawater lubricated shaft lines
- Propulsion problems put Australian warships out of action
- DP World Unveils Container Tracking Solution
- Belgium accedes to oil pollution response treaty
- Liebherr signs contract for bulk handling cranes in UAE
- Cutter Suction Dredger 350 delivered to Heuvelman Ibis