- LOC takes next step for MWS services across North Africa
- CEOs and leaders of the subsea cable industry head to Submarine Networks 2018
- New Norwegian Autonomous Shipping Test-Bed Opens
- MJM Group secures first drydock contract in China
- Hai Cheung signs agreement to build Evoqua SeaCURE® BWMS in China
- Northumbria law academic advises Norwegian Government on international maritime safety laws
- NorSea Group to build a new ro-ro facility at Polarbase for NOK 60 million
- Ashtead bolsters US team to drive growth in the Gulf of Mexico
- Aegean Marine Petroleum Network Inc. announced three-year Secured Global Borrowing Base Multicurrency Revolving Credit Facility for $750 million
- Subsea UK and Scottish Enterprise launch £15million research and development funding call for underwater innovation
Equipment and Services
Innovators and senior industry executives of the global subsea cable industry will be heading to Europe next year for Submarine Networks 2018, aiming to discuss the growing issues of this quickly developing market sector.
Evoqua Water Technologies has initiated the second phase of its partnership with Chinese marine equipment supplier Hai Cheung Trading Co. Ltd.
Vessel operators and maritime training centres are continually investing to create best practice and innovative training programs.
Global Marine Group, a market leader in offshore engineering services to the telecommunications, renewables and oil and gas industries, has announced that it has completed its previously announced acquisition of Fugro N.V.’s trenching and cable lay services business.
Xeneta, the largest real-time and on-demand ocean freight rates global benchmarking and market intelligence platform today announced availability for reefer container rate data in its platform.
Cobham SATCOM has revealed an innovative new solution that can significantly reduce the cost and simplify the installation and management of Inmarsat Global Xpress (GX) networks using multiple Ka-Band antennas. Multiple antennas are frequently used on board to overcome link losses caused by satellite blocking from the ship structure or other deck equipment.