Following the successful launch of Norwegian Epic, the Company s largest and most innovative ship to date, Norwegian Cruise Line announced today that it has reached an agreement with MEYER WERFT GMBH of Germany to build two new next generation Freestyle Cruising ships for delivery in spring 2013 and spring 2014, respectively.
Germanischer Lloyd changed its legal form from a German stock corporation (“AG”) into a European company “Societas Europaea (SE)”.
Mr Erik van der Noordaa (49) has been appointed Chairman of the Executive Board of Germanischer Lloyd SE with effect on 1 December 2010.
Farstad Shipping has been awarded with a charter contract of total value of approximately NOK 335 million for a 5 year firm period.
STX Finland Oy and Viking Line ABP have signed a preliminary agreement for the construction of an environmentally friendly, new generation cruise ferry for Viking Line. The agreement includes an option for a sister ship. The ship price will be about 240 million euros, and will be built at Turku shipyard for delivery in the beginning of 2013.
The three-and-a-half-hour drill began at 1 p.m. Friday, October 22. The intent of the exercise was to strengthen the foundation of corporate social responsibility laid out in the MOL Group Corporate Principles
On October 21, the European Commission set out concrete steps to enhance the effectiveness and cost efficiency of surveilling European Seas.
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Sweco has been awarded a major contract in connection with expansion and renovation of the Passenger and Cargo Terminal at the Baltic Sea port of Klaipeda in Lithuania. The contract is worth about EUR 1 million.
Maersk Line Limited, Damco and Maersk Container Industries (MCI) have joined forces with Intermodal Structures (IMS), a modular building company headquartered in San Francisco, to take on a new market: multi-purpose, transportable, building structures.
The Dutch independent engineering company for wind turbines, Lagerwey Wind, received the evaluation report of wind turbine L 82 with 2 MW from GL Renewables Certification.
The Kongsberg Maritime Simulation & Training division has developed a sophisticated Green Ship Engine Room Simulator (ERS) model based on a Wärstilä 12RT-flex 82C low-speed common-rail engine, built for a Panamax container ship of 4800 TEU, with reefer capacity of 800.