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4th International Conference on Naval Architecture and Ocean & Marine Engineering (NAOME 2020)

2020 4th International Conference on Naval Architecture and Ocean & Marine Engineering (NAOME 2020) will be held in Christchurch, New Zealand on 23rd_25th November 2020. NAOME 2020 welcomes researchers, engineers, scientists, and industry professionals to an open foru...

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Insight: A day in the life of a naval architect

When looking at all of the available careers in the superyacht industry, it has to be said, that of the naval architect seems to be one of the least well understood by outsiders. Incorporating within it elements of mechanical, electrical, software, electronic and safety engineering as applied to the...

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Shipbuilding Market to Witness Huge Growth by 2025 | Hyundai, Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering, CSIC

A new Market Research from Stats & Reports, the Global Shipbuilding Market 2019-25, is expected to show tremendous growth in the coming years. Analysts also analyzed the ongoing trends in Shipbuilding and the opportunities for growth in the industries. These shareholders include the following ma...

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Med Marine Inks Deal With Kenya Ports to Build the Biggest Tugboat

MED MARINE INKS DEAL WITH KENYA PORTS AUTHORITY TO BUILD THE BIGGEST TUGBOAT ON EASTERN AFRICA’S INDIAN OCEAN COAST.   Med Marine, Turkey’s leading tugboat builder, towage and pilotage operator has signed an exciting new deal with Kenya Ports Authority (KPA) for a brand-new...

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GAC EXPANDS COVERAGE TO BANGLADESH

GAC has signed a Global Network Agent (GNA) agreement with Dhaka-based Uni-Global, expanding its coverage in the Indian Subcontinent. The alliance, operating as GAC-UniGlobal, will provide a wide range of ship agency services to vessels calling at all Bangladesh ports. Lars Hardeland, Managing Di...

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Bangladesh signs major maritime MoU

Bangladesh has taken a step toward transforming its maritime sector by signing a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Gentium and Damen Shipyards Group to establish a shipbuilding and repair industry. The MoU was signed by the country’s Ministry of Industry at a ceremony in the capital Dh...

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