Singapore based maritime eCommerce B2B platform, Marine Online has announced the launch of "Marine Credits" that offers a centralised credit facility between shipowners and suppliers.
Management consultancy BMT has signed multiple contracts with cruise lines including Holland America Line, Princess Cruises, Seabourn in North America and P&O Cruises Australia for office and ship-based licences of BMT’s REMBRANDT maritime simulator.
Danish shipping giant Maersk has launched its second cohort of start-ups under its OceanPro programme that aims to boost innovation and help strengthen its digital agenda.
Maritime training provider Videotel has announced that it is offering the maritime industry free access to its new training package, “The 2020 Sulphur Regulations – Achieving Compliance”.
While geopolitical tensions ensured that one risk to shipping played out in the full media glare over the summer of 2019, quiet but profound change was being brought to the emergency services that keep around 1.6 million seafarers safe day in, day out.
The Jiangsu Maritime Institute (JMI) in China has chosen KONGSBERG’s most advanced K-Sim simulator technology as part of its major facilities expansion.
IEC Telecom has extended its portfolio through a new partnership with specialist satcoms manufacturer Lars Thrane.
Dry bulk and tanker company Scorpio Group has confirmed a deal with Sea IT for its BlueCORE ICT solution, covering IT equipment purchasing and warehousing, onboard deployment and day to day maintenance.
Marlink’s high-speed internet services for vessels plying the Northwest Passage and other remote destinations has delivered a major connectivity boost to its expedition cruise clients.
OneWeb has announced plans to deliver 375 Gbps of capacity above the 60th parallel North, bringing high-speed, low-latency internet service to the Arctic.
As the global shipping industry learns that the UK-flagged Stena Impero seized by Iranian forces in July was 'spoofed' and begins to accept the extent to which vessels unprepared for a cyber event can be affected, Itai Sela, CEO of cybersecurity pioneer Naval Dome, says that original equipment manufacturers are not doing enough to provide end users with the level of protection required to secure critical systems.
A constellation of satellites jointly operated by France and India to track and monitor ships in the Indian Ocean is under development, the French National Space Agency (CNES) and the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) have confirmed.
Höegh Autoliners has signed a new agreement with Marlink to supply its 38 car and truck carriers with the maritime-optimised IT solution KeepUp@Sea.
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