NEWS AND VIEWS FROM SHIPPINGINSIGHT MEDIA SPONSORS – WEEK OF FEBRUARY 6

Week of February 6, 2017

S-Mode: Have Your Say

art1January 31, 2017 — The concept of S-mode has been proposed under the agenda of the IMO e-Navigation initiative, and The Nautical Institute is now calling on the industry to have a say in its development. Continue Reading…

The Maritime Executive

Corvus to Supply Energy Storage for Hybrid Chemical Tanker

art2February 2, 2017 — Corvus Energy Inc. has announced  that it has been selected as the supplier of the lithium ion based energy storage system (ESS) for a new hybrid chemical tanker being built for Rederiet Stenersen AS of Norway. Continue Reading…

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Seafarers’ Fatigue Report Launched at IMO

art3January 31, 2017 — InterManager, the trade association for in-house and third party ship managers, together with The Warsash Maritime Academy, has presented the findings of its fatigue study, Project MARTHA, to The International Maritime Organization (IMO). Continue Reading…

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Radio Holland, Cisco partner to boost maritime digitization

art4February 2, 2017 — (ROTTERDAM, Netherlands) — Radio Holland Group, specializing in installing and maintaining maritime communications, navigation and automation systems along the global shipping routes, has signed a strategical agreement with the American ICT company Cisco. The aim of the cooperation is to play a key role in accelerating digitization in the maritime sector by developing and offering maritime ICT solutions, for example remote monitoring and diagnostics services, data management and networks on board. Continue Reading…

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Total and CMA CGM get set for stricter fuel regulations

art5February 1, 2017 — Preparing for ever stricter marine fuel regulations, Marseille, France, headquartered CMA CGM has signed a three year memorandum of understanding with Total, the world’s fourth-ranked international oil and gas company. Continue Reading…

MarineLog

Dear Life

art6October 2016 — You can’t put a price on health, but maintaining the health of seafarers is more than a moral choice for operators: it has positive commercial benefits, and thanks to the falling cost of technology, it’s a choice every ship operator can afford to make, writes Amy Berry. Continue Reading…

Futurenautics

Did You Know?

piechartMore than 230 delegates from 10 countries attended SHIPPINGInsight 2016. That’s a 40% increase over the year before. How did they like it? Nearly 90% of delegates filling out the survey questionnaire rated the “Overall Value” to be Excellent or Good. Plans are underway for another successful event in 2017. Online registration will open soon at www.shippinginsight.com.

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