Marine Propulsion & Auxiliary Machinery
Shell leads the conversation
Shell leads the conversation
Marine Propulsion & Auxiliary Machinery February/March 2015
Newly appointed Shell Marine Products (SMP) general manager Jan Toschka is clear about what the main drivers have been – and remain – for his industry. “Environmental restrictions, ...
New fluid check eliminates premature failure
New fluid check eliminates premature failure
Marine Propulsion & Auxiliary Machinery February/March 2015
Exol Lubricants has launched a new fluid analysis service that will help to eliminate the risk of machinery failing prematurely. Fluid Check allows operators to regularly monitor the condition of ...
New method to separate cat fines effectively
New method to separate cat fines effectively
Marine Propulsion & Auxiliary Machinery February/March 2015
At SMM 2014 in Hamburg, GEA Westfalia Separator Group presented the CatFineMaster, a system capable of separating catalyst residues (cat fines) from fuel more effectively, at the touch of a ...
New oil cuts liner wear in half
New oil cuts liner wear in half
Marine Propulsion & Auxiliary Machinery February/March 2015
ExxonMobil is introducing Mobilgard 410 NC, a zinc-free high-performance oil that improves piston cleanliness by up to 20 per cent, reduces liner wear by up to 50 per cent, and significantly enhances ...
ExxonMobil MGO available from Port of Le Havre
ExxonMobil MGO available from Port of Le Havre
Marine Propulsion & Auxiliary Machinery February/March 2015
ExxonMobil Marine Fuels & Lubricants has expanded the availability of its marine gas oil (MGO) to include the key port of Le Havre, France. This expansion is part of the company’s offer to ...
Regulators should encourage and enforce
Regulators should encourage and enforce
Marine Propulsion & Auxiliary Machinery February/March 2015
Shipping companies are the end-users of all the great ideas created by designers and manufacturers. We do not employ scientists: we leave that to the developers. Our focus is to get the best ...
LUKOIL Marine supplies the world’s largest container vessel from MSC
LUKOIL Marine supplies the world’s largest container vessel from MSC
Marine Propulsion & Auxiliary Machinery News desk 15 January 2015
With the launch of the MSC OSCAR, Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC) sets a new record: with its 19,224 TEU capacity, the latest addition to the MSC family is the largest container vessel ever ...
Nominations open for 2015 Marine Propulsion Awards
Nominations open for 2015 Marine Propulsion Awards
Marine Propulsion & Auxiliary Machinery December/January 2014/15
After the success of the inaugural awards, launched for the 2014 Marine Propulsion conference, more categories have been introduced for 2015. An independent judging panel, with expertise across all ...
WR Systems recruits Mark Mahoney to lead  global NAVCOM expansion
WR Systems recruits Mark Mahoney to lead global NAVCOM expansion
Marine Propulsion & Auxiliary Machinery News desk 21 January 2015
Naval communications (NAVCOM) and maritime technology company, WR Systems Ltd (WR), has appointed Mark Mahoney as its new director of domestic maritime business. Mr Mahoney brings 25 years ...
Regulating at the forefront of technology
Regulating at the forefront of technology
Marine Propulsion & Auxiliary Machinery December/January 2014/15
When stakeholders from across the maritime industry gathered in Copenhagen in October for the Danish Maritime Forum, it became very clear that, as regulators, we need to do more to support ...
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