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AAGE HEMPEL INTERNATIONAL

repair and sales of navigation and communication equipment in Spain, Gibraltar and Morocco.

Aage Hempel Spain

Aage Hempel repair and install navigation, communication and IT & networks equipments. Also we install VDR, AIS and SSAS.

AAGE HEMPEL, MARINE ELECTRONICS

Repair and install naviagation and communication equipments on board vessels.

Alfaship

Ship Agency

AMGM

Marine Assessment , Surveying and Certification

ASCARGO INTERNATIONAL S.L.

HATCH COVER SYSTEMS

asian marine international

supplies from China

ASTANDER S.A.

Two drydocks 230x32m and 160x23,8m; one slipway for 3500DWT vessels; 12 cranes up to 200T lifting capacity; 800m of berths for afloating repairs and tests. All kind of manufactures, specialists and representatives in the area.

BAITRA, S.L.

Wholesalers of marine equipment

BALIÑO S.A.

MARINE PROPULSION TURNKEY SUPPLIER

boa

Offshore

CEMENT BULK HANDLING CORP

shipbroking and trading

CEPSA MARINE FUELS, S.A.

BUNKER PHYSICAL SUPPLIER

CHORRO NAVAL

SURFACE TREATMENT

CHORRO NAVAL, S.L.

surface treatment

Maritime News

Aerial Drones Monitor Ship Emissions in the Strait of Gibraltar

Aerial Drones Monitor Ship Emissions in the Strait of Gibraltar

6 hours ago
Remotely piloted aircraft are assisting Spanish authorities in actively monitoring sulphur emissions from ships transiting one of the world’s busiest shipping lanes.Over the summer the European Maritime Safety Agency’s (EMSA) aerial drones have been monitoring the level of sulphur oxides released by ships transiting the Strait of Gibraltar. The operation carried out by the Spanish General Directorate of Merchant Marine  – under the direction of the Spanish Ministry of Transport, Mobility and Urban Agenda – marks the first time these emissions have been monitored by drone outside the special designated emission control areas (ECA) in Northern Europe.
India Seizes $2.7 Billion of Afghan Heroin from Containership at Mundra Port

India Seizes $2.7 Billion of Afghan Heroin from Containership at Mundra Port

6 hours ago
Indian officials said on Tuesday they had seized nearly three tonnes of heroin originating from Afghanistan worth an estimated 200 billion rupees ($2.72 billion) amid the chaos following last month's takeover of the country by the Taliban.Afghanistan is the world's biggest illicit opiate supplier, but since taking power, the Islamist Taliban have said they plan to ban the drug trade, without giving details on how.Two people had been arrested in connection with the haul and investigations were ongoing, an official in Gujarat said, declining to be named as he was not authorized to speak publicly.
HHI & KSOE Receive AIP for Ammonia Carrier

HHI & KSOE Receive AIP for Ammonia Carrier

7 hours ago
Bureau Veritas (BV) has delivered an approval in principle (AIP) to Hyundai Heavy Industries Co., Ltd. (HHI) and Korea Shipbuilding & Offshore Engineering Co., Ltd. (KSOE) for its innovative design and development of an ammonia carrier with ammonia-fueled propulsion.Ammonia, which continues to gain interest as a marine fuel worldwide, is one of the main alternative fuel options currently considered by shipping for net zero operations, in line with the targets set up by the International Maritime Organization (IMO) to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in the maritime sector by 2030 and 2050.
Australian Documents Showed French Submarine Project was at Risk for Years

Australian Documents Showed French Submarine Project was at Risk for Years

7 hours ago
France should not have been surprised that Australia cancelled a submarine contract, as major concerns about delays, cost overruns and suitability had been aired officially and publicly for years, Australian politicians said.Paris has recalled its ambassadors from Canberra and Washington, saying it was blindsided by Canberra's decision to build nuclear-powered submarines with the United States and Britain rather than stick with its contract for French diesel submarines.Yet as early as September 2018, an independent oversight board led by a former U.S.
Windcat Workboats Names Head of CSOV Business

Windcat Workboats Names Head of CSOV Business

8 hours ago
Offshore crew transfer company Windcat Workboats has informed that Stephen Bolton has joined its Executive Management Team as Managing Director CSOVs, as part of the company's plan to build a CSOV business.Commissioning service operation vessels (CSOV) are used as motherships for offshore technicians used in support of the construction and maintenance of offshore wind farms located far from shore.Announcing CSOV director appointment, Windcat Workboats said: "Having worked on the delivery of several generation 1 wind farms and then using this knowledge to improve elements of the subsequent generations especially in the area of offshore logistics including the establishment of a W2W SOV