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CMB BIWA

Bulk Carrier | Flag: Belgium | Port: ANTWERP

LAKE DOLPHIN

Bulk Carrier | Flag: Belgium | Port: ANTWERP

LOWLANDS LONGEVITY

Bulk Carrier | Flag: Belgium | Port: ANTWERP

LOWLANDS OPAL

Bulk Carrier | Flag: Belgium | Port: ANTWERP

LOWLANDS ORCHID

Bulk Carrier | Flag: Belgium | Port: ANTWERP

MINERAL BEIJING

Bulk Carrier | Flag: Belgium | Port: ANTWERP

MINERAL CHINA

Bulk Carrier | Flag: Belgium | Port: ANTWERP

MINERAL DALIAN

Bulk Carrier | Flag: Belgium | Port: ANTWERP

MINERAL DRAGON

Bulk Carrier | Flag: Belgium | Port: ANTWERP

MINERAL KYOTO

Bulk Carrier | Flag: Belgium | Port: ANTWERP

MINERAL MANILA

Bulk Carrier | Flag: Belgium | Port: ANTWERP

MINERAL NEW YORK

Bulk Carrier | Flag: Belgium | Port: ANTWERP

MINERAL NINGBO

Bulk Carrier | Flag: Belgium | Port: ANTWERP

MINERAL NOBLE

Bulk Carrier | Flag: Belgium | Port: ANTWERP

MINERAL STONEHENGE

Bulk Carrier | Flag: Belgium | Port: ANTWERPEN

MINERAL TIANJIN

Bulk Carrier | Flag: Belgium | Port: ANTWERP

MINERAL WATER

Bulk Carrier | Flag: Belgium | Port: ANTWERP

Maritime News

ME-GI Engine Sails Through Gas Trials

ME-GI Engine Sails Through Gas Trials

4 hours ago
MAN Energy Solutions announced that the first ME-GI engine featuring its newly-developed pump vaporizer unit (PVU) has completed liquefied natural gas (LNG) trials in Korea.The engine is installed aboard the first in a series of six neo-Panamax boxships—built by Hyundai Samho Heavy Industries (HSHI), and ordered by Singapore-based Eastern Pacific Shipping (EPS), the Singapore-based shipping company—each powered by individual MAN B&W 11G90ME-GI main engines. French container shipping company CMA CGM has already chartered the vessel, named Tenere, from EPS.
Canada Steamship Lines Decommissions 41-Year-old Bulker

Canada Steamship Lines Decommissions 41-Year-old Bulker

3 hours ago
Canada Steamship Lines' 41-year-old self-unloading bulk carrier Salarium has reached the end of its service life and will be dismantled at a ship recycling yard in Turkey, CSL Group announced.The long-serving 35,656 DWT bulker made its final voyage at the end of 2019, loading salt in Bécancour, Que. on December 19 for discharge it in Oshawa, Ont. on December 27. The vessel was then laid up in Toronto until April 2020 when it was moved to Montreal.A CSL Group spokesperson told MarineLink the company will finalize the ship recycling yard in Turkey next week, noting the dismantling will be performed in accordance with local legislation, international conventions and CSL’s Ship Recycling Policy.
Rolls-Royce to Boost Output for the US Navy

Rolls-Royce to Boost Output for the US Navy

an hour ago
Rolls-Royce and the Defense Production Act Title III office will invest millions of dollars to upgrade the company’s capability and capacity for U.S. Navy ship propulsion components in its facility in Pascagoula, Miss.The DPA Title III office has already agreed to invest $22 million for equipment, with Rolls-Royce making an additional investment for building improvements, supplemented with support from Jackson County and the state of Mississippi.Naval components manufactured by Rolls-Royce at Pascagoula include controllable-pitch propeller systems, fixed pitch propellers, and water jets. The components help power the majority of U.S.
Socha Joins Conrad Shipyard’s Senior Management Team

Socha Joins Conrad Shipyard’s Senior Management Team

5 hours ago
Conrad Shipyard announced it has hired Robert A. Socha to lead the company’s sales and marketing efforts as vice president of sales and marketing. He will work collaboratively with other Conrad business groups, including business development, engineering and product development, contracts, estimating and operations.Socha has served in numerous roles of increasing responsibility with various companies in the offshore and inland marine transportation, shipbuilding, oil and gas exploration, and offshore engineering/construction industries.
Ecochlor Expands Service Support Network in Singapore

Ecochlor Expands Service Support Network in Singapore

5 hours ago
U.S.-based ballast water management system (BWMS) manufacturer Ecochlor announced it has opened a service support center in the world's top shipping hub. Michael Madely, VP of Global Service at Ecochlor, said the new Singapore location is the first of many planned for Ecochlor’s spare parts support network outside the United States.“Having an inventory of spare parts located in Singapore will provide a faster response time to all vessels in Asia with our system on board. Our goal is to have parts located in the three main time zones – Asia, Europe and the USA – in an effort to provide real-time response to our customers’ requirements for maximum system operation with minimum downtime
Maritime Reporter and Engineering News (July 2020)
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