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ABB Software Leads to Fuel Savings for Stena Line

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Stena Scotia’s fourth generation DEGO IV speed governor and actuation system adds roll-damping and a new fuel-saving dimension to vessel performance management software   An upgraded vessel control software package is delivering measurable operational efficiency gains to Stena Line for the freight

SJSB Launches Caribbean Landing Craft

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Florida based shipbuilder St. Johns Ship Building (SJSB) launched a newly built 190-foot landing craft vessel for owner Bahamas Ferries on July 28.   Designed for transport in the Bahamian islands, the vessel the Grand Master II is outfitted for Caribbean transport with a forward, hydraulic bow ramp and 6,400 square feet of cargo space.

Pasha to Boost Vehicle Imports at Grays Harbor

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Pasha Automotive Services to process FCA US imports via Lázaro Cárdenas to Port of Grays Harbor, Wash.   Pasha Automotive Services said it will provide a new volume of port-processing services at its Port of Grays Harbor facility in Washington for FCA US LLC, a member of the Fiat Chrysler Automobiles N.

Stena Line, Caterpillar Marine Begin Digital Partnership

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Ferry operator Stena Line and Caterpillar Marine, together with Pon Power, have entered into a digital partnership where the Cat Asset Intelligence solution will provide vessel monitoring of multiple Stena new builds with planned delivery during 2019 and 2020. The vessels will be optimized for efficiency

NYK to Pay $20 Mln for Cartel Conviction

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Australia has fined and convicted Japanese shipping firm Nippon Yusen Kabushiki Kaisha (NYK) for operating as a cartel in relation to the transport of vehicles into the country, its competition regulator said on Thursday.   The charges relate to the transportation of motor vehicles to Australia between 2009 and 2012,

Port of Baltimore Continues to Set Cargo Records

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The Helen Delich Bentley Port of Baltimore’s public marine terminals have for the first time surpassed one million tons of general cargo in one month, handling a total of 1,007,704 tons in May and leapfrogging past the previous record of 923,030 tons set in January. The port also set a record by handling 86,

Turnkey Logistics: The Crowley Way

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60 years of experience in the Puerto Rico trade corridor provides Crowley with the knowhow, means and staying power for the 60 that will surely follow.   In March, the announcement that three new, ship-to-shore container cranes were scheduled for delivery to Crowley Puerto Rico Services’ Isla Grande

Samskip Scoops up Nor Lines

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European multimodal transport provider Samskip said it will acquire activities associated with Nor Lines AS, marking a major expansion of its shipping, transport and logistics businesses in Norway.    Subject to approval by Norway’s competition authorities, Samskip has agreed with the DSD Group to acquire the activities of Nor Lines,

Port Canaveral Reports RO/RO Imports Milestone

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More than 10,000 imported automobiles have crossed port docks bound for Florida markets   Port Canaveral staff recently boarded the MOL Mermaid Ace to welcome the captain and crew on her inaugural visit to the port. The vessel is the 13th roll-on/roll-off (RO/RO) vessel to visit the port in recent months.

Boskalis Bags Stockholm Norvik Port Contract

Royal Boskalis Westminster N.V. said it has been awarded a contract by Ports of Stockholm to construct the quay wall for the new Stockholm Norvik Port in Sweden. The contract value amounts to approximately €60 million ($69 million). The project will commence in the autumn of 2017 and is expected to complete in the spring of 2020.

Deltamarin Wins Contract for Viking Line Newbuild

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Deltamarin Ltd said it has signed contracts with Chinese shipbuilder Xiamen Shipbuilding Industry Co., Ltd (XSI) for engineering and construction support services for the Viking Line Liquefied natural gas (LNG) fuelled ro-pax vessel newbuilding. The contracts cover basic and detail design as well as

Port Autonome de Papeete Orders Tug for Tahiti

Damen’s local agent, Damien Barrow, Boris Peyterman, Technical Director PAP, George Puchon, CEO PAP and Damen Sales Manager Vincent Maes. (Photo: Damen)

Damen Shipyards said it has won an open tender for the supply of a tug to Port Autonome de Papeete on the Pacific island of Tahiti. Tahiti is part of French Polynesia, an overseas territory of the French Republic. The tug will be Damen’s popular ASD 2810 model, a rugged, versatile vessel capable of delivering 60 tonnes of bollard pull.

Port Security: Indonesian Ports Select Radar Solution

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In order to ensure the safe entry and exit, management and monitoring of vessels, two ports in Indonesia have selected variants of the SBS-800 Upmast X-Band SharpEye range from Kelvin Hughes, a developer of radar systems for maritime navigation and other security and surveillance applications   The second largest port in Indonesia,

Wärtsilä Waterjets for New Danish High-speed Ferry

The new Molslinjen high-speed ferry (Image: Wärtsilä)

Wärtsilä informs it has been contracted to supply four waterjets plus the hydraulics and control system for a new 109-meter-long high-speed RoPax ferry being built at the Austal Ships Pty yard in Australia for Molslinjen A/S of Denmark. The order with Wärtsilä was booked in May 2017.   The new vessel

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