Asia – Page 11

  • Solar power – cost saving for safety and the environment

    Singapore gets Sealite solar power


    Australian navigational aid expert, Sealite, has installed its SAL-01 Solar LED area lights along a new wave breakwater structure at Singapore''s International Cruise Terminal - meaning improvements for both the environment and for safety.

  • GreenPort South Asia 2013

    GreenPort South Asia 2013 launched


    Mercator Media has announced that it will hold the inaugural GreenPort South Asia conference on 20 to 22 March 2013 at the Trident Hotel, Nariman Point, Mumbai, India.

  • Wärtsilä 34DF engines have been selected for China's first gas-fuelled tugs

    Chinese LNG tug engine order for Wärtsilä


    Wärtsilä says that it is to supply the main engines for two environmentally sustainable LNG-fuelled tugs being built for CNOOC Energy Technology & Services (CETS), a subsidiary of the state-owned China National Offshore Oil Corp (CNOOC).

  • Bdelta37 vessels will be equipped with VFD versions of MacGregor bulk handling cranes. Photo: Deltamarin

    China Navigation orders Cargotec cranes


    China Navigation (CNCo) has ordered 16 electrically-driven bulk versions of variable frequency drive (VFD) MacGregor cranes from Cargotec.

  • Bromma Greenline spreaders are flying off the shelves

    Bromma electrifies Asia


    Leading crane spreader expert, Bromma, has won major new contracts for the supply of Greenline all electric spreaders to terminals in Sri Lanka, Malaysia, and China.

  • Hybrid car carrier Emerald Ace

    World's first hybrid car carrier completed


    Last week, Mitsui O.S.K. Lines, Ltd. (MOL) announced the completion of the Emerald Ace, the world''s first newly built hybrid car carrier that combines solar power panels with a diesel engine.

  • Dr Oh Kong-gyun, chairman of the Korean Register of Shipping

    KR verification under Clean Shipping Index


    The Clean Shipping Index has certified the Korean Register of Shipping (KR) as a verification body, making it the first Asian organisation to be accredited.

  • MRE System is a revolutionary wind & solar power solution for ships

    New power solution for ships in testing


    Early this month, Eco Marine Power Co. Ltd. (EMP) will start testing its Aquarius MRE System in a facility in Osaka in Japan. The Aquarius MRE System is a revolutionary wind and solar power solution for ships.

  • The MOU underlines the commitment of the Chinese ship recycling industry to reducing the environmental impact of a ship's complete life cycle

    GL promotes green ship recycling in China


    Germanischer Lloyd (GL) and the China National Ship Recycling Association have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to promote green ship recycling in China.

  • Electrifying news from Laem Chabang

    RTG conversion for Laem Chabang


    Shareholders of a container terminal at Laem Chabang in Thailand have made a bold commitment to environmental sustainability with a contract to electrify its Rubber Tyred Gantry Cranes (RTGs).

  • MPA has unveiled a new fleet of low emission patrol craft

    Low emission patrol craft for Singapore


    The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) has unveiled its brand new fleet of six low emission patrol craft.

  • MPA and DNV are working towards promoting LNG bunkering in Singapore

    Future LNG bunkering in Singapore


    The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) has set up a joint industry project to investigate the feasibility of LNG bunkering in Singapore in collaboration with Det Norske Veritas (DNV).

  • News

    USA to raise issue of bottlenecks in Indian ports


    The infrastructure and congestion of Indian ports is a matter of concern for the US companies operating in India, as informed by Under Secretary of Commerce for International Trade Francisco J Sanchez.

  • WSS are tackling ship pollution in China

    Wilhelmsen Ships Service addresses Chinese regulations


    Wilhelmsen Ships Service (WSS) has announced the introduction of agency services covering Ship Pollution Response Organization (SPRO) regulations for vessels calling at Chinese ports.

  • News

    Where the world of shipping meets India


    India - The seventh India Shipping Summit brought together, from 10 till 12 October 2011, international maritime leaders and the top Indian shipping executives in a highly successful two day event in Mumbai, India.

  • Jurong Port is investing in green technology and productivity projects in the port over the next five years.

    Boost for green port solutions in Singapore


    Jurong Port (JP) and the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) have committed to a large investment in green port technology and productivity over the next five years.

  • Right: Mr Kenichiro Hirata, Managing Executive Officer, Development Bank of Japan. Left: Mr Shugo Aoto, Managing Executive Officer, Mitsui OSK Lines Ltd.

    MOL Earns Environmental Ratings from DBJ


    Mitsui OSK Lines has purchased the DBJ Environmental Ratings from the Development Bank of Japan.

  • News

    Q1 Losses for Hanjin too


    The Korean shipping giant also reported a Q1 2011 operating loss, despite higher revenues.

  • News

    S$100mil Green Boost


    The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore has launched a comprehensive package to promote environmentally-friendly shipping.

  • News

    Salalah sets higher targets for less CO2


    Having achieved a 10% reduction in CO2 emissions in the last year, the Omani Port of Salaah plans to extend the scheme.