Today, Höegh Autoliners announced the launch of their Aurora Class Car Carrier. Designed for 9,100 car equivalent units, they say it will be the world's most environmentally friendly car carrier
On 19 March, Höegh Autoliners accelerated its decarbonisation efforts successfully completing its first carbon-neutral voyage from Europe to South Africa.
During this voyage the New Horizon vessel Höegh Trigger ran on advanced
Anyone for a green smoothie? In a 12-month trial, United European Car Carriers (UECC) replaced conventional fuel with biofuel onboard the 20-year-old, 140m long RoRo vessel Autosky. According to UECC,
Plans to build a German international spaceport are firming up according to Harren & Partner. Several Bremen-based partners are collaborating to start rocket launches from the German North Sea
K Line has held the naming ceremony of their latest newbuilding CENTURY HIGHWAY GREEN, an LNG fueled car carrier.
The launch of this car carrier is in line with K Line's
Roll Group is upgrading their MC-class vessel, BigRoll Bering, with a DP2 system. Bakker Sliedrecht and RH Marine have been awarded to execute the upgrade.
Bakker Sliedrecht and RH Marine will
The energy transition is going to affect every shipowner on the planet. Over the next few decades, fossil fuels like HFO and MDO are going to be replaced with cleaner,
Future Proof Shipping (FPS) today announced that Holland Shipyards Group will retrofit their inland vessel the “Maas” to sail completely on hydrogen by the end of this year.
Having completed months
The Korean Register (KR) has published a technical report outlining the safety regulations and resulting design implications for ammonia fueled ships.
The report provides information for industry stakeholders such as shipowners,
When Teva Biotech planned to build a new automated production facility in Ulm, Germany, Mammoet was called upon to provide all transportation, lifting, and installation of its vital process technology.