Strength is an essential feature in mooring lines – especially given the extreme conditions LNG carriers usually operate in. Strength isn’t just crucial to commercial success, but also to the safety of crew members and port worker
Advanced emission reduction technology enables shipowners to operate in the increasing number of emission control areas worldwide without compromising payload or incurring additional operating expenses
To protect your trade, choose a solution that has IMO revised G8 type approval today – even if you’ll install it later. Alfa Laval PureBallast 3 was the first ballast water treatment solution with a revised G8 certificate. Moreover, the PureBallast Compliance Service Package can safeguard your compliance, year in and year out. Find out more about the new IMO type approval rules, including the reasons behind them and how they impact your decisions.
Time is running out for manufacturers who have not yet received IMO BWMS Code (otherwise known as revised G8) Type Approval and it may have an impact on shipowners who plan to install these systems on their vessels.
Shipping is experiencing the rapid adoption of digital tools and services for understandable reasons - any technology that promises greater efficiency and reduced costs will gain traction - but challenges must also be faced.
Leading ballast water treatment (BWT) specialist Optimarin has released a film aiming to create greater public awareness of the issue of ballast water, invasive species and the role the shipping industry has in combating this major environmental threat
Our Passenger Ship Webinar Week will focus on the challenges and opportunities associated with building vessels in China; the pathway to zero-emissions for ferries and the implications for reactivated cruise ship operations. Each 45-minute webinar features a panel of maritime professionals expert in their chosen fields.
Our Tanker Shipping & Trade Webinar Week will focus on safety, future fuels and ballast water retrofits. Each 45-minute webinar features a panel of maritime professionals expert in their chosen fields.
Riviera’s Carbon Capture and Storage Tech & Ops Webinar Day will focus on carbon capture and storage from four perspectives: shipboard use and emissions monitoring; scaling up CO2 infrastructure; maritime clusters; and the powering of future-fuelled fleets