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DNV GL, StormGeo to boost maritime data sharing

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.

Portugal, India for National Maritime Heritage Complex

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.

Collaborators for Singapore’s first hybrid marine launch

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.

Fincantieri inks strategic agreement with Barzan Holding

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.

NYK, Van Oord ink MoU to boost Japan’s wind power

The shipping lines Nippon Yusen Kaisha (NYK) along with the European expert in the wind power, Van Oord shake their hands and inked a MoU in order to jointly own and operate offshore wind installation vessels under the Japanese flag. Specifically, both sides goal to begin operations using a jack up vessel in Japan until 2022, the earliest. 

Damen inks MoU to boost shipbuilding in Bangladesh

On 14 January, Damen Shipyards Group along with Gentium Solutions inked a MoU with the Ministry of Industry of Bangladesh in Dhaka, in order to boost the development of shipbuilding and ship repair industry in Bangladesh. Representatives of the Netherlands Embassy in Bangladesh, were also present at the signing ceremony.

Høglund and DNV GL join forces on data improvement

Høglund Marine Solutions along with DNV GL shake their hands and inked a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) in order to boost and improve big data from ships. Specifically, through this partnership, both companies aim to take the maritime industry’s digitalization a step forward.

Port of LA inks an MoU with Indonesia Port Corporation

The Port of Los Angeles along with the Indonesia Port Corporation PT Pelabuhan Indonesia II (Persero), shake their hands and inked an MoU to collaborate and share their information. Through the agreement both sides will focus on boosting their business in trade, on the digital supply chain efficiency, and the environment and infrastructure development.

IRClass and FMT agreed on advanced bulk carrier designs

The Indian Register of Shipping (IRClass) along with the Further Marine Technology (FMT) shake their hands and inked an MoU, in order to boost their strategic cooperation. This collaboration, aims to benefit both sides by expanding their business in the South East Asian market.

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