Germany’s multipurpose shipping company United Heavy Lift (UHL) has taken delivery of UHL Fresh, the newbuild no. 18 in the company’s F900 Eco-Lifter fleet. United Heavy Lift The 14,100 dwt multipurpose ship has commenced its maiden voyage from Tianjin, China to Europe with project cargo onboard after being officially delivered to
South Korean shipbuilder Hanwha Ocean, formerly known as Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (DSME), secured its first order for 2024 with an agreement to build two 93,000 cbm ultra-large ammonia carriers equipped with eco-friendly technology. Image credit: Hanwha Ocean The vessels, valued at approximately KRW 331.2 billion ($247 million), were
South Korean shipbuilder Hanwha Ocean has reportedly entered into a unique agreement with compatriot rival Samsung Heavy Industries (SHI), marking the first-ever collaboration between two shipbuilding heavyweights. Image credit: Hanwha Ocean While specifics of the deal remain undisclosed, reports suggest that Hanwha Ocean will supply blocks to SHI, contributing to
The Port of Trelleborg has inked a deal with German wind power company ENERCON for the construction of two 120-meter-high wind turbines. This move aligns with the port’s ambitious plan to become a major energy hub, ensuring self-sufficiency in energy production for its future needs, including shore power for vessels.
French classification society Bureau Veritas has added its vote of confidence to Swiss marine power company WinGD’s ammonia-fueled X-DF-A dual-fuel engine, granting approval in principle (AiP) for the engine’s safety concept. WinGD The certificate ceremony was held last week at the Marintec exhibition in Shanghai. Specifically, the safety concept describes
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Japanese shipping major NYK Line has taken delivery of the second of four LNG-fuelled pure car truck carriers (PCTC), named Wild Rose Leader. Image credit China Merchants Jinling Shipyard The 7,000-CEU car carrier was built by Chinese shipbuilder China Merchants Jinling Shipyard (Nanjing) Co. The four units were ordered by NYK
Maersk, the Danish container shipping major, has announced the design details of its first methanol-powered vessel. Image credit Maersk The company shared photos of the vessel’s design on its social media channels, showing off the feeder vessel from multiple angles. This is a significant milestone for the company and the
Canada’s Chamber of Commerce (CMC), representing over 100 Canadian & U.S. ports, shipowners, and other marine transportation companies operating in the Great Lakes-St., has unveiled its 2023 wish list to legislators and policymakers targeting the creation of a “green corridor” in the Great Lakes–St. Lawrence region. Illustration, Image credit: Provided