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The Finnish company will supply dual-fuel engines, the LNGPac fuel storage and supply system, the propulsion system, as well as provide a number of other services.
The global cargo handling NGO has opened the 2nd TT Club Innovation in Safety Award, inviting submissions from anyone involved in cargo logistics.
The shipping company has cut a 10-year deal with the supplier of energy storage systems for its fleet of hybrid ferries.
Following a later of intent from last year's November, Viking Line has now signed a conditional shipbuilding contract with the Chinese Xiamen Shipbuilding Industry.
Klaipedos nafta, the operator of Port of Klaipeda's large-scale Liquefied Natural Gas terminal, has received the first three tanks for its currently under construction reloading station.
Avic Dingheng Shipbuilding has delivered the fourth and last dual-fuel (LNG) oil products tanker to Terntank.
Project partners of the EU co-financed Blue Baltics initiative met for the first time in Klaipeda, discussing LNG infrastructure synchronisation across the Baltic Sea region.
Stena Line, owning the Port of Holyhead, has partnered with the also Gothenburg-based Minesto for carrying out a project aimed at producing renewable electricity from the ocean.
The company's brand-new LNG-run car carriers Auto Eco and Auto Energy have linked the Baltic and North Seas with the English Channel.
The three year-long agreement, Wärtsilä's way of contributing to the Finland 100 project, will include the installation of the floating rubbish bin V5 Hybrid.