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Tech-Hub HANSA -HUB CONTAINERSHIPPING DNV GL and Hudong present 25,000 TEU ship CSSC, the largest shipbuilding group in the world, has entered into a new strategic partnership with DNV GL. It will focus on developing future-proof solutions and competencies for shipping in a variety of fields including alternative fuels and environmentally friendly technologies, new vessel designs to meet the IMO greenhouse gas targets, digitalization and cyber security. During the trade fair, DNV GL and CSSC group shipyards had announced several joint projects, including an Approval in Principal (AIP) to Hudong-Zhonghua shipyard for the design of a gas-fuelled 25,000 TEU container vessel, which would be the largest ship of its type to date. Knut Ørbeck Nilssen, CEO of DNV GL-Maritime, awarded the certificate to Chen Jun, President of Hudong-Zhonghua. The new mega boxer would be 432.5 m long, 63.6 m wide and would have twelve cargo holds. In nominal terms this would even be enough for 25,600 containers. BUREAU VERITAS Approval in Principle for LNG Bunker Vessel Concept Marinnov’s dual-fuel LNG bunkering vessel (LNG- BV) concept is one of the most sophisticated and largest capacity liquefied gas bunkering designs to be approved to date, the classification society Bureau Veritas (BV) stated. Bureau Veritas Marine & Offshore has granted Approval in Principle (AIP) to the innovative design for a 19,000 m3 LNGBV with a GTT membrane type tank – the »Quadelprop«. The vessel will be equipped with four azimuth thrusters fitted at each corner of the hull, four dual fuel generator sets that are installed in the engine room compartment and complemented by an energy storage system to provide power to the ship and in particular to the electric thruster motors and a redundant dynamic positioning (DP) system that controls and enhances the azimuth capability. Two LNG bunkering manifolds are provided amidships and portside, with large diameter connections allowing a max transfer flow rate of 2.000 m3/h and a stern bunkering manifold with smaller diameters for transfer flow rates of 250 m3/h. The starboard side amidships manifold is dedicated to LNG loading at terminal and is designed for high loading flow rates. • Drahtseile • Tauwerk • Festmacher • CASAR Bordkranseile • Anschlagmittel • Prüflasttest bis 1.000 t • Segelmacherei • Taklerei • Montage Walter Hering KG Porgesring 25 22113 Hamburg Telefon: 040 – 73 61 72 -0 eMail: info@seil-hering.de www.seil-hering.de INDIAN REGISTER OF SHIPPING Cooperation with ShipParts.com The Indian Register of Shipping (IRClass) and Ship- Parts.com have signed a cooperation agreement to develop mutually beneficial business opportunities across the Indian and international maritime industries. IRClass will certify the Indian equipment suppliers and manufacturers that use the ShipParts.com e-procurement platform and provide third party verification of products transacted on the site. ShipParts.com will establish an »IRClass Pavilion« on the platform to provide certified Indian suppliers with an established digital route to international maritime markets. It will also be authorised to introduce IRClass services to both China and international manufacturers looking to access the sub-continent’s maritime sector. 48 HANSA International Maritime Journal 01 | 2020

Tech-Hub AMERICAN BUREAU OF SHIPPING New Bulker-design approved With an Approval in Principle (AIP), the American classification society ABS has paved the regulatory way for the market launch of a new bulker design. The AIP was awarded to Deltamarin, Finnish subsidiary of the Chinese Avic Group, and French tank manufacturer GTT. The Newcastlemax bulk carrier with dual-fuel engines should be able to comply with current and future environmental regulations. The design includes LNG membrane tanks from GTT integrated at the rear. According to the partners, the tank concept is designed to maximize the loading capacity, whereby the additional tank has no influence on the available cargo space or the dimensions of the ship’s hull, »Such a design would allow owners and operators to exploit the potential of LNG as marine fuel without compromising cargo volume,« said Patrick Janssens, ABS Vice President Global Gas Solutions. HYBRID VESSELS Wärtsilä and CSSC team up Wärtsilä has signed a strategic development agreement with Chinese state-owned shipbuilder CSSC Huangpu Wenchong Shipbuilding Company. The five year agreement is aimed at the joint development of a hybrid powered dredger but could possibly extend to other hybrid vessels as well. The purpose of the agreement is to build a cooperation framework and working mechanism for the research and development of hybrid power systems. Wärtsilä will support Huangpu Wenchong during the design and construction phases with technology innovations, system selection, performance calculations, and longterm services. »Collaboration with industry partners is at the very core of Wärtsilä’s Smart Marine approach to raising efficiencies, and eliminating waste throughout the shipping sector. This is one more example of this philosophy, and we look forward to cooperating with Huangpu Wenchong to create hybrid powered vessels that will benefit the industry by lowering costs, and benefit the planet by reducing greenhouse gas emissions,« says Henrik Wilhelms, Director Offshore and Special Vessels at Wärtsilä. »We are very happy to be cooperating in this project with Wärtsilä, a proven technology innovator and industry leader in hybrid solutions for the marine industry,« says Li Dong, Chief Engineer at CSSC Huangpu Wenchong Shipbuilding Company. The initial work will be based on a hopper dredger, a vessel that the shipyard already builds. Evaluations will be carried out to determine the most suitable hybrid solution for that class of dredgers. NEWBUILDINGS Silverstream collaborates with SWS Silverstream Technologies, an air lubrication provider, has announced the completion of three Joint Development Projects with SWS (Shanghai Waigaoqiao Ship Building) across two new energy efficient vessels. The projects iclude a 180,000 dwt dual fuel bulk carrier design that has gained Agreement in Principle from Lloyd’s Register, and a separate 300,000 dwt dual fuel VLCC design that has achieved Agreement in Principle (AIP) from both Lloyd’s Register and ABS. The Joint Development Projects will see Silverstream’s team of naval architects and marine engineers support the yard to integrate the system from the very beginning of the design phase of the new vessels. This reflects the growing demand for the implementation of proven clean technologies that drive operational and environmental efficiencies on newbuilds. By integrating clean technologies at this early stage in a vessel’s lifecycle, optimum efficiency gains can be designed and priced into the overall newbuild plan, lowering the barrier to entry for the adoption of clean technology even further. HANSA International Maritime Journal 01 | 2020 49

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