On 25 May, Dutch shipping company Future Proof Shipping (FPS) officially launched the first hydrogen-powered zero-emission inland container ship, H2 Barge 1, in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. The ship is also the first to receive the A-Zero emission label. Earlier in the...
Van Oord’s new water injection dredger Rhône saw the first daylight when taken out of the construction hall at Vahali Shipyards in Serbia. It was subsequently launched and is now on its way to the Kooiman Marine Group shipyard in Zwijndrecht for completion. Once...
Want to see how you insert a 37-metre section into an existing ship? Kooiman Hoebee did just that with the trailing suction hopper dredger Swalinge last year. The Dutch shipyard has now released an extensive timelapse of the work. The Swalinge has been refitted...
Van Oord has ordered two additional water injection vessels from Kooiman Marine Group that will follow sister vessels Maas and Mersey. The new vessels will have the same specifications, supplemented by optimisations. The first of the two vessels will be commissioned...
Kooiman Marine Group recently designed, installed and delivered two ballast water treatment systems for Amasus. The Eems Transporter and Fluvius Otter are the first of the 29 Amasus ships to be retrofitted with the system. To be able to integrate with the existing...
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