Winterthur Gas & Diesel confirms Wärtsilä and CSSC Marine Service as global service providers

To extend their global service offerings, Winterthur Gas & Diesel (WinGD), recently signed agreements with Wärtsilä Services and CSSC Marine Service Co (CMS) as Authorized Global Service Providers. With these new agreements, valid from 1st January, 2018, both providers can now offer support for all two-stroke engine brands from Winterthur Gas & Diesel, namely WinGD, Wärtsilä and Sulzer. The support… Read more →

NBS MARITIME

Focused on what matters to you! NBS Maritime is an international ship supply company, dedicated to provide a full range of services, tailored to the specific needs of the maritime sector. NBS regional ship supply centers, based in the Netherlands (Rotterdam area), Turkey (Istanbul), Romania (Constanta) and Bulgaria (Varna), and NBS global supply unit, cover all ports in the Netherlands,… Read more →

aqua-tools to participate in new ISO standard for ballast water sampling and analysis

Paris-based aqua-tools is to participate in the formulation of an international standard for ballast water sampling and analysis. The company, which specialises in the biological monitoring of water quality for various applications, including ships’ ballast, will work with French standardisation organisation AFNOR (Association Française de Normalisation) and the International Standards Organisation (ISO) to establish new chapters for ISO 11711 –… Read more →

MSX announces management buyout

Macintyre Scott Xtra (MSX), a UK specialist in bonded warehousing, has announced a management buyout by its senior management team. The new owners of MSX will comprise: Peter Blatch, Business Development Director; Rob Glanville, Operations Director; and Mark Pullen, Finance Director. Starting in the industry in 1974, and owned by the Ridges-Jones family for nearly 35 years, MSX established its… Read more →

Moons Marine

Your better choice for supplying all of South Korea Established August 2000 For the past 17 years we have worked hard and established ourselves in Inchon as marine service and merchants for the sale of general goods. For many years we have also worked as marine service company manager, doing considerable business with the commercial shipping sector in this capacity.… Read more →

2017 was good, but 2018 will be great, says Optimarin ahead of BWT boost

Optimarin has revealed that 2017 was its best ever year in business. The Norwegian-headquartered ballast water treatment (BWT) specialist delivered more than 60 of its USCG compliant Optimarin Ballast Systems (OBS), recorded a healthy pretax profit, and saw continued investment provide a solid platform for on-going growth. Optimarin CEO Tore Andersen (pictured) said: “We’ve been exclusively focused on developing BWT… Read more →

Poseidon help keep you on course

As the shipping industry becomes increasingly more complex and regulated, we know that ship operators need to choose business partners that they can rely upon. Such a partner is Poseidon Navigation Services Ltd, a newly established business, under the leadership of Thomas Gunn. Challenger The Challenger software has been designed and developed by Poseidon to provide the Mariner with a… Read more →

Anchors aweigh for charity’s new HMS Victory coffee

A new coffee that shares its name with Nelson’s famous flagship has been launched to raise money for two maritime charities. The new HMS Victory BySea coffee is the idea of Hampshire-based Sailors’ Society, in partnership with The National Museum of the Royal Navy. Sailors’ Society’s CEO Stuart Rivers said: “As a charity, we’ve been fortunate to receive longstanding support… Read more →

Mombasa Shipchandlers Ltd – suppliers to ships docked at the Port of Mombasa

Our policy: Our policy is to make the customer number one and fulfil their requirements through a quality-focused, secure and efficient supply chain within an infrastructure that considers the environment and the stakeholders who support it. In line with our goal for continuous improvement, we strive to constantly assess and re-assess our business processes and make sure each stage contributes… Read more →

MO4 introduces new vessel motion forecasting technology

At Offshore Energy 2017, new company MO4, powered by Siri Marine and Mocean Offshore, introduced a new vessel motion forecasting technology, enabling captains and OIM’s to use the full potential of their ships. MO4 is considered a disruptive technology mainly for two reasons; it outperforms other systems in accuracy, and it is available both online and onboard and is extremely… Read more →

Welcome to Primekok

Who we are Primekok Logistics Ltd provides a diverse portfolio of products and services to the marine and industrial markets ranging from general ship supplies and bonded stores to specialised gas detection instruments, safety and technical equipment and logistics. Our years of experience and expertise is our driving force in sourcing and creating our superior and extensive product range that… Read more →

Alfa Laval PureBallast 3 first on the ballast water treatment market with revised G8 certificate

Alfa Laval PureBallast 3, the third generation of the market’s leading ballast water treatment technology, is the first solution to meet the revised IMO G8 testing requirements. DNV GL, acting on behalf of the Norwegian Maritime Authority, issued an updated type approval certificate on 2nd February, making Alfa Laval the first supplier compliant with the revised G8 demands. Since its… Read more →

Spry Asia Group

Spry Asia Group Co., Ltd.is a part of a group of offices, who has branches located in Singapore, Hong Kong, Vietnam and Thailand, undertaking supplies and marine services to the shipping, naval organizations and oil and gas offshore majors and their contractors at all ports in Thailand. Spry Asia Group Co., Ltd. supplies food, beverages, consumables and technical stores and… Read more →

Lack of due diligence now could prove an expensive mistake in the future, warns Coldharbour Chief Executive

Many ship operators require a far better understanding of ballast water treatment technologiesand their shortcomings in real-life applications, Coldharbour Marine Chief Executive, Andrew Marshall (pictured), has warned. Inadequate due diligence now could result in expensive operational problems in the future, and potential long-term reputational damage. Mr Marshall predicts major problems ahead for those ship operators who have adopted a strategy… Read more →

Fame Charters success is built on the satisfaction of its clients

With vast experience in the shipping industry the company has earned a reputation for its extensive experience, high grade service and dedicated team who have helped the company to grow and adapt to meet the challenges of today’s demanding maritime industry. Fame Charters success is built on the satisfaction of its clients and the company aims to remain at the… Read more →

Get to know ship supplier Klevenberg

Located in one of the largest and most advanced ports in the world, Klevenberg Shipping Center provides literally anything that is needed aboard a vessel, for both ocean-going and inland shipping. Besides our headquarters in Rotterdam, we have international offices in Houston and Antwerp. Due to these key positions it is possible for us to optimise our operations and maximise… Read more →

Two-year ship trial confirms Selektope antifouling power

A two-year trial of a hull coating containing the bio-repellent active agent Selektope on a 46,067dwt chemical and products carrier has confirmed the antifouling ingredient’s hard fouling prevention power. Selektope is an organic, non-metal compound that works to prevent barnacle fouling by temporarily activating the swimming behaviour of barnacle cyprid larvae, making it impossible for them to settle on the… Read more →