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Shiprepair & Maintenance: 3rd Quarter 2022

A major VSP overhaul on an offshore vessel is a highlight of the company’s service operations over the past year

Shiprepair & Maintenance: 3rd Quarter 2022

Knock-on effects of Chinese shipyard restrictions and growing demand for urgent environmental retrofits are leading to high levels of dock utilisation

Shiprepair & Maintenance: 3rd Quarter 2022

Studies show PPG Sigmaglide 1290 fouling release coating can be used to help achieve carbon reduction goals

Shiprepair & Maintenance: 3rd Quarter 2022

Joint venture project with Porto Montenegro is set to transform the former Bijela Shipyard into a premium superyacht repair and refit facility

The Naval Architect July/Aug 2022

With a burgeoning orderbook and persistent port congestion, container operators are enjoying the best of times, but for how long?

The Naval Architect July/Aug 2022

Marlink’s maritime president tells TNA how hybrid communications provide a secure route to operational efficiency and regulatory compliance.

The Naval Architect July/Aug 2022

The Japanese class society is offering an expanded suite of services to assist shipping’s pursuit of decarbonisation.

The Naval Architect July/Aug 2022

Having recently celebrated its centenary, the German propeller manufacturer has bold plans for the next 100 years.

Warship Technology Jul/Aug 2022

June 2022 saw Huntington Ingalls Industries (HHI) successfully demonstrate the ability of an amphibious warship to launch, operate with and recover a large-diameter unmanned underwater vehicles (LDUUV).

Warship Technology Jul/Aug 2022

General Dynamics Electric Boat conducted a keel-laying ceremony for the first Columbia-class ballistic-missile submarine, USS District of Columbia (SSBN 826) at Quonset Point, Rhode Island, on 4 June 2022.

Warship Technology Jul/Aug 2022

Low carbon fuels and pathways to decarbonise shipping have become a major topic of conversation. In the naval sphere, the discussion is only now getting going, but a study by BMT in the UK suggests that, as in the commercial sector, methanol could offer a way forward.

Warship Technology Jul/Aug 2022

China’s new aircraft carrier Fujian is a great leap forward in a number of respects, but the conventionally powered vessel does not match the capability of the US Navy’s flat tops.

The Naval Architect June 2022

As a special tribute Her Royal Highness we take a look at her contribution to maritime.

The Naval Architect June 2022

Building China’s first methanol-fuelled newbuilding is GSI’s latest step on it journey with new fuels.

The Naval Architect June 2022

The founder of Nordic Explorer speaks to TNA about the company’s fully electric cruise ship concept and the importance of both showcasing and protecting Norway’s fjords.

The Naval Architect June 2022

As shipyards strive to develop the greener ships they must make the most of a new asset: real-life operational data, says Olli Puustinen of NAPA Design Solutions.

The Naval Architect June 2022

The Zero Emissions Energy Distribution at Sea consortium aims to a chain of offshore clean energy hubs for  Northern Europe’s busiest shipping corridors.

Shiprepair & Maintenance: 2nd Quarter 2022

The pandemic has given GDI time to make progress in some new areas, including ROVs and  thickness measurement drones.

Shiprepair & Maintenance: 2nd Quarter 2022

Cruise ships are gradually returning to service to provide substantial volumes of work for the group’s yards in both Palermo and Trieste.

Shiprepair & Maintenance: 2nd Quarter 2022

Customers for the Gdansk yard have included Finnlines, Stena Line, TT-Line and DFDS.

Shiprepair & Maintenance: 2nd Quarter 2022

A number of technical innovations are underway which will aid the industry’s sustainability agenda.

The Naval Architect May 2022

Spurred by the Japanese government, a number of zero-emission hydrogen and ammonia based projects have recently been launched.

The Naval Architect May 2022

Best known for its e-navigation solutions, the Norwegian company is diversifying into vessel analytics and performance optimisation.

The Naval Architect May 2022

While perhaps not the ‘Frankenstein fuel’ some have alleged, low-sulphur fuel continues to pose a handling challenge for ship operators, says technical consultancy Brookes Bell.