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Cable Laying | WindEnergy | Shipping Banks | Liners’ H1 reports | Interview Kitack Lim/IMO | MPP Market Report | Maritime Future Summit | Special Edition SMM 2018

SMM Preview BWM

SMM Preview BWM Convention which took effect in 2017. This necessitates investments in the order of billions. In a study of the global ballast water management market between now and the year 2026, the U.S. market research firm Stratistics MRC forecasts a growth rate of nearly 40% – per year. Understanding which types of BWM system are suitable for a specific ship type, and which of these systems meet both the IMO rules and the stricter requirements of the U.S. Coast Guard is challenging. »Numerous manufacturers are reporting record numbers of incoming orders,« says Claus Ulrich Selbach, Business Unit Director – Maritime and Technology Fairs & Exhibitions at Hamburg Messe und Congress (HMC). This year’s fair will again feature various theme-based routes to help visitors find the exhibition highlights they are looking for. »We have added a Cruise & Ferry Route to our programme,« says Selbach. »From the engine room to the bridge through to passenger cabins, this route spreads out the entire value chain before our visitors.« Claus Ulrich Selbach Business Unit Director Maritime and Technology Fairs & Exhibitions Hamburg Messe und Congress (HMC) Cruise industry as pioneer When it comes to eco-friendly ship operation, the cruise industry is one step ahead of most other shipping segments, not only in response to increased environmental awareness among passengers but also because the many highly sensitive waters visited by these ships must be protected. It is the segment’s explicit goal to minimise the effects of every trip on the marine environment and on coastal regions. Here again, LNG ship fuel plays a key role. For example, AIDA Cruises ordered their third LNG-ready cruise vessel from Meyer Werft just a few weeks ago. The Japanese NGO Peace Boat’s Ecoship concept likewise favours LNG power. Apart from its dual-fuel engine, the vessel will feature ten retractable, rigid sails doubling as photovoltaic panels as well as wind turbines, and an additional 6,000 m2 of ondeck solar panels. Further information on what may will be the »greenest« cruise ship yet will be available in Hall A5.RD For a list of all exhibitors, please take a look here: Photo: HMC 26 HANSA International Maritime Journal – 155. Jahrgang – 2018 – Nr. 9

SMM Preview SEEFAHRT IM SINN Wie kann ich mein Schiff zukunftsfähig machen und die Emissionen senken? Ganz einfach. Man nehme einen Power Drive, kombiniere ihn mit einem Permanentmagnetantrieb und erschaffe ein hybrides oder komplett elektrisches System. Als Meister der Gleichstromverteilung und der Redundanz helfen wir bei Yaskawa Environmental Energy Ihnen dabei, unbedingte Ausdauer zu erzielen. Wie wir das machen? Fragen Sie uns. www.theswitch.com HANSA International Maritime Journal – 155. Jahrgang – 2018 – Nr. 9 27

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