The Busan Port Authority (BPA) concluded an agreement so as to develop a smart maintenance system facility at the port and boost digitalization within its facilities.
Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP), Asiapetro and Novasia Energy inked a MoU with Binh Thuan People’s Committee to develop the 3.5 GW La Gan offshore wind project off the coast of Binh Thuan.
Hyundai Mipo Dockyard along with Korea Maritime Transport and the Korean Register shake their hands and inked a MoU for the Joint Development Project (JDP) of a 1.800TEU class container ship.
After the MoUs conducted a joint concentrated inspection campaign (CIC) in 2019, they revealed that the muster lists lacking sufficient detail was one of the most notable deficiencies found.
DNV GL and the technology company Alpha Ori Technologies (AOT), shake their hands and inked an MoU in order to collaborate and develop marine industry’s ongoing digital transformation.
The weather service provider, StormGeo along with the Norwegian classification society, DNV GL shake their hands and inked an MoU in order to further develop digitalization and accelerate maritime data sharing within the maritime community.
India along with Portugal shake their hands and inked an MoU for the development of the National Maritime Heritage Complex (NMHC) at Lothal, Gujarat. Namely, the agreement was signed from the President of Portugal H.E.Mr Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa and the Minister of National Defense of Portugal, Shri Mansukh Mandaviya.
BOS Offshore & Marine, the subsidiary of BH Global Corporation Limited, shake hands with Penguin International Limited, Danfoss, Durapower Technology and Bureau Veritas Marine, signing MoU for the joint design, development and establishment of Singapore’s first plug-in hybrid electric fast launch.
On 24 January, the shipbuilding company Fincantieri shake hands with Barzan Holding and inked an MoU in order to boost their strategic partnership. In fact, both sides through evaluation and studies of new technologies and capabilities, aim to lead to a future acquisition of new vessels in the defense field.
The Indian Union Cabinet approved the Model Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for unilateral/bilateral recognition of Certificates, pursuant to Regulation 1/10 of International Convention on Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping (STCW) for Seafarers.
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- Maritime Health
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- Cyber Security
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