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Next generation technology will play an increasingly significant part in upgrading maritime efficiency. However, as the Lloyd's List SMM Business Briefing will reveal, technology can be even more effective when working alongside a better understanding of the regulatory environment, and the needs of tomorrow's seafarers and shore teams
Associated British Ports, Rolls-Royce and Svitzer are to work jointly to develop new technologies to keep British ports at the forefront of sustainability and efficiency. At a kick-off meeting in Southampton, the three companies said the aim was to maintain UK ports’ competitive position
Dorian has selected Clean Marine to supply the seven hybrid all-stream exhaust gas cleaning systems
Cosco Shipping and China Merchants are encouraged to pioneer LNG-fuelled engines for their container shipping fleets
Lloyd’s List returns to Dubai in November for its annual celebration of maritime excellence across the South Asia, Middle East and Africa region. There are new award categories to reflect the region's diversity and dynamism
Luciano Bonaso says he has no fleet expansion plans just yet
The unsecured five-year corporate bonds are planned to be issued between August and September
Time is running out for shipowners to install exhaust gas cleaning systems. A surge of orders is limiting installation capacity but smaller manufacturers may still have space, says DNV GL’s head of environmental certification
Angeliki Frangou does not rule out retrofits but says it will pay to wait before making a decision
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