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HMM partners with SHI on smart ship technology

South Korean shipping company Hyundai Merchant Marine has signed a MoU with compatriot shipbuilding giant Samsung Heavy on smart ship technology. Under the MoU, the two companies will collaborate in the research, development and innovation in the field of smart ship solutions.

Tripartite Forums calls IMO, MSC and MEPC to improve collaboration

The Tripartite Forum met in Tokyo discussing the rapidly changing shipping industry and what will follow in the near future, based on the environmental, economic and technological changes that the industry will face. The Forum notes that although the targets are achievable, it is important to implement better and clearer regulation to easier achieve the goals set.

Singapore’s maritime single window system launched

Under the sidelines of this year’s Global Marine Forum, which took place in Singapore 30-31 October, Heng Swee Keat, Singapore’s Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Finance, announced the launch of ‘’, country’s maritime single window system that aims to drive decarbonisation and digital transformation.

ABS, HHI collaborate to advance digitalization and decarbonization

ABS, Hyundai Heavy Industries and Hyundai Global Service have agreed on a framework for exchanging of Digitalization and Decarbonization concepts to implement to existing and future designs. This new framework will be an industry first D&D ecosystem between class, shipyard and ship service company.

San Marino Republic to use blockchain to achieve carbon neutrality

An MoU was signed between the Republic of San Marino, Republic of San Marino Innovation Institute S.p.A, DNV GL Business Assurance Group AS and VeChain Foundation Limited, to guide the Republic toward the adoption of the blockchain technology. The blockchain MoU, aims to define models able of incentivizing sustainable behavior from citizens.

New UK maritime innovation centre to focus on decarbonization

A consortium of UK companies, academia and government, have formally established a new national centre for maritime innovation and technology (MarRI-UK). The centre is expected to provide a collaborative field for the maritime sector to address innovation challenges. The first area of focus is Clean Maritime.

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