Pacific Maritime Magazine - Marine Business for the Operations Sector

 
JT Marine Delivers A Third Hyak Tug

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On page 6 this month (Pacific Maritime Magazine, April 2015) is the story of Japan’s Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL) and its plans to build six 20,150-TEU container ships to operate between Asia and... Full story

JT Marine Delivers A Third Hyak Tug

Eighteen months after delivering the first 120-foot ocean-going tug to Hyak Maritime in August 2013, the JT Marine shipyard in Vancouver, Washington handed over the third vessel in this series, the... Full story

Green Terminal Design

Many cargo handling equipment manufacturers have already moved to electrification in order to reduce emissions, but there are other ways to make cargo-handling equipment and terminals more... Full story

MOL Confirms Orders for Mega-Ships

Japan’s Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL) has confirmed its intentions to add six 20,150-TEU container ships to its fleet, with two of the vessels to be built in Japan by Imabari Shipbuilding while four will be built in South Korea by Samsung Heavy... Full story

Big Changes Coming to German Shipbuilding

The German shipbuilding industry is on the verge of big changes, due to a new development strategy recently approved by the national government. The new strategy, known as the National Master Plan for Marine Technology (NMMT), is expected to... Full story

 
 
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