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ACO Marine to triple production 

Ship sanitation solutions supplier, ACO Marine plans to triple production at its Pribyslav plant in the Czech Republic to meet increased demand for its stainless-steel wastewater treatment products. ACO Marine Managing Director, Mark Beavis explained the boom in [Read more...]

January 13th, 2019|

Solar Solve equips both ‘Queen Elizabeths’

South Shields, UK based marine equipment manufacturer and supplier, Solar Solve Marine, recently dispatched a consignment of SOLAROLA products to be installed on all of the navigation bridge windows of the cruise liner ‘Queen Elizabeth’ . Type approved [Read more...]

December 17th, 2018|

Goltens completes fast scrubber installation

Engineering concern, Goltens recently won a contract to install two exhaust gas scrubbers on a cruise ship. The ship was fitted with four GMT/Sulzer 16ZAV40S and two GMT/Sulzer 12ZAV40S diesel electric generating sets. The scope of the project [Read more...]

December 17th, 2018|

Cruise ships switching BWTS to Alfa Laval

A growing number of customers, including MSC Cruises and Regent Seven Seas Cruises, are abandoning their selected UV ballast water treatment systems (BWTS) in favour of Alfa Laval PureBallast 3, the company claimed. “We increasingly see owners with [Read more...]

December 17th, 2018|

Bolidt has the ‘Edge’ on its rivals

Some of the eye-catching features on board ‘Celebrity Edge’ will be distinguishable by their inclusion of high quality decking from Bolidt Synthetic Products and Systems. The 2,908 pax capacity Celebrity Cruises ship embarked on her maiden cruise from [Read more...]

December 16th, 2018|

Gibdock begins Napoles LNG retrofit

Gibdock has started the conversion of Baleària ropax ‘Napoles’ to operate on LNG as a fuel. She is the first of six of the company’s ferries to be converted to burn LNG. The engines will be modified and [Read more...]

December 2nd, 2018|

Marseille to offer LNG as a fuel

A working group set up by the Port of Marseille Fos last year has confirmed the feasibility of LNG bunkering in both Marseille and Fos within a limited timeframe. This solution will consist of: 1. The rapid development [Read more...]

December 2nd, 2018|