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CMA CGM announced in November 2017 that its nine new 22,000 TEU containerships would be equipped with engines fueled by liquefied natural gas (LNG), an industry first. The series' first two vessels are currently being built in China for expected delivery in 2019.

The October 2018 edition of Maritime Reporter & Engineering News, the world's largest audited circulation maritime magazine serving the maritime b2b space, will feature a special magazine supplement commemorating the Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers (SNAME) 125th anniversary. For more information contact: Frank Covella at [email protected] or 561-732-1659.

Aug 1, 2018

 

Naval Architecture

Europort Finalizes 2019 Program

Photo: Europort

Europort 2019 has finalized the most extensive conference and events program in its history

C-Job Naval Architects Opens Houston Office

Photo: C-Job

C-Job Naval Architects will expand its business to the United States by opening a dedicated branch

Will High-Speed Container Transport Ever Work?

Figure 2 is a first pass sketch of what it may look like (I already see various areas for improvement on this sketch, but for illustrative purposes it will do). Photo credit: Martin & Ottaway, Inc.

Every few years I am handed a high-speed container transport proposal. Generally it consists of

Container Ships

ONE Launches India-Europe Direct Service

Map: Ocean Network Express

Ocean Network Express (ONE)  announced the launch of a new direct service, the Indian Ocean

GSL Fixes Keta with OOCL

Pic: Global Ship Lease

Marshall Islands-incorporated Global Ship Lease (GSL) has agreed a new charter for the 2003-built

Two Container Giants Visits Austalian Port

Image: Fremantle Port Authority

Two of the largest-capacity container ships to ever visit Australia are making calls to the

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