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GRS successfully arranges shipping of CTV new-build from Asia to Europe

GRS has been commissioned to ship a new-build vessel again. The Hamburg-based specialist shipbroker was able to successfully provide the appropriate tonnage for the transportation as well as support for the project. The shipowner Njord Offshore from the UK was pleased to take delivery of the 26-metre long CTV from the Strategic Marine shipyard in Antwerp. “GRS arranged a […]

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Global Renewables Shipbrokers opens office in Aberdeen

David Gault Fresh breeze for the UK: Global Renewables Shipbrokers opens office in Aberdeen Hamburg-based shipbroker GRS continues to forge ahead with its growth strategy by establishing a new branch office. Growth continues unabated. Now GRS is not just supporting its clients from its Hamburg headquarters, but also from its office recently established in Aberdeen. “The new UK […]

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New name and logo, same excellent service – German Renewables Shipbrokers now Global Renewables Shipbrokers

The purpose of rebranding GRS is to send a clear message to the global offshore market for renewables. The company is underscoring the fact that from Hamburg it operates around the world. Four years after founding GRS German Renewables Shipbrokers, the German specialist shipbroker is giving itself a new name. “Adopting a global mind-set to […]

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Six survey vessels from German Waterways and Shipping Offices in Bremen, Bremerhaven, Hamburg, Stralsund, Tönning and Wilhelmshaven will be retrofitted with hydrographic survey systems from Kongsberg Maritime. Two vessels have had an EM3002 before and the other four will get KONGSBERG systems for the first time. All will have latest generation of shallow water multibeam […]

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First departure for the new scheduled RoRo service from the Cuxport terminal to Norway

The official launch of the Nor Lines RoRo service between Cuxhaven and Norway took place on 7 May with the first departure of the MS “Kvitbjørn”. One departure per week will link the Cuxport terminal with a large number of Norwegian ports from now on. Cable drums formed part of the cargo on board the freighter “Kvitbjørn”, which is […]

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The Rhenus Group Bundles its Activities for the Offshore Sector unter One Roof

The Rhenus Group is repositioning itself in the logistics business for the offshore wind energy sector: the newly established company Rhenus Offshore Logistics GmbH & Co. KG started work as a central contact Point for the industry at the beginning of August. With the help of experienced logistics professionals from Rhenus’ Bremen office, it can […]

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Battery Charging Technologies for Advanced Submarine Requirements

Battery Charging Technologies for Advanced Submarine Requirements Requirements for submarines have continuously changed over the years. This article ’ specifications, while also improving the characteristics of the proven Series 396 submarine engines. The availability of the first generating sets is planned for 2016; however, project specific time schedule alignments are possible.

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Engineering firm Australian Marine Technology acquired

ThyssenKrupp strengthens presence in Asia/Pacific With its technical expertise and numerous innovations, ThyssenKrupp is one of the leading global system suppliers for submarines and surface naval vessels, with a shipbuilding tradition that stretches back centuries. To strengthen the company’s presence in the Asia/Pacific region it is now acquiring the Melbourne-based Australian engineering firm Australian Marine […]

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