Power & Propulsion – Page 2

  • Brunvoll propulsion expertise for Liafjord
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    Brunvoll propulsion expertise for Liafjord

    2021-05-12T11:14:00Z

    Brunvoll has signed a contract with the Cemre yard in Turkey to deliver the propulsion and manoeuvring system for Liegruppen Fiskeri’s new pelagic trawler Liafjord.

  • Larsnes fits Yanmar power to fish carrier
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    Larsnes fits Yanmar power to fish carrier

    2021-04-21T11:35:00Z

    Yanmar Europe has delivered its 160th engine for the Nordic region’s fisheries sector.

  • Netter’s all-Mitsubishi re-power
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    Netter’s all-Mitsubishi re-power

    2021-03-19T07:30:00Z

    The owners of a Danish netting boat went to West Diesel for a suite of new engines to re-power Maria Bork L-66.

  • Time-saving repair job for Russian trawler
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    Time-saving repair job for Russian trawler

    2021-02-24T12:28:00Z

    When Russian trawler LLV Kaprodon was docked in Norway for a refit, the news that a vital spare part could take four months to obtain took the owners instead to Marine Shaft in Denmark.

  • Spelve farm manager, Alan Tangny Photo: Scottish Sea Farms
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    Hybrid powered feed barge ‘fantastic’

    2021-02-15T10:33:00Z

    Scottish Sea Farms is piloting a bespoke hybrid power system on board one of its feed barges, reducing fuel consumption, carbon emissions and operating costs.

  • Webinar provides Mexican market gateway
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    Webinar provides Mexican market gateway

    2020-10-20T14:57:00Z

    A series of well-attended webinar conferences broadcast during the first Covid lockdown has resulted in Thordon Bearings securing a contract from a Mexican fishing vessel operator.

  • PrimeServ upgrade slashes emissions
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    PrimeServ upgrade slashes emissions

    2020-10-20T07:30:00Z

    MAN Energy Solutions’ after-sales division, MAN PrimeServ, has completed the installation of a SCR (Selective Catalytic Reduction) system to a fishing vessel operated by Norwegian company Ivan Ulsund Rederi, slashing CO2 and NOx emissions.

  • The ‘Nordbas’ aims to be the greenest trawler and seiner vessel Photo: Finnøy Gear & Propeller
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    Propulsion renewal gives greener fishing

    2020-10-01T14:52:00Z

    Nordnesgruppen has begun rebuilding ‘Nordbas’, which aims to become the market''s greenest trawler and seiner vessel, at Nye Kleven Verft in Ulsteinvik, Norway.

  • The new Cat C32B engine Photo: Caterpillar Marine
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    Caterpillar unveils new marine engine

    2020-09-03T09:00:00Z

    Caterpillar Marine has launched a new marine engine with a rated engine speed of 2300 rpm.

  • Baudouin engines for Scottish twin-rigger
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    Baudouin engines for Scottish twin-rigger

    2020-07-22T12:27:00Z

    UK and Ireland distributor for Moteurs Baudouin, the Southampton-based Proteum, has won the contract to supply power systems to the largest steel fishing boat to be built by C. Toms & Sons.

  • Albacora seiner features Schottel SCP
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    Albacora seiner features Schottel SCP

    2020-06-10T12:50:00Z

    Albacora Group, operators of the largest tuna fishing fleet in the European Union, recently commissioned a new purse seiner to be built at Vigo-based shipyard Astilleros Armón, which will feature Schottel controllable pitch propeller.

  • Finnøy production
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    Future-focused tech keep production at home

    2020-01-07T11:04:00Z

    At a time when increasingly more Norwegian industrial companies are moving production to low-cost countries, Finnøy Gear & Propeller is choosing to focus on robotisation and automation in order to keep its propulsion systems production in the country and reduce costs.

  • Wärtsilä is supplying a new engine, NOX reducer and shaft generator for the 'Brenholm' Photo: Gunnar Larsen
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    Wärtsilä upgrades Norwegian fishing vessel

    2019-11-25T10:14:00Z

    Technology group Wärtsilä is to supply a 12-year old fishing vessel with a Wärtsilä 32 engine, a NOx reducer selective catalytic reduction (SCR) system, and a shaft generator.

  • Downtime costs money
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    Downtime costs money

    2019-11-19T16:08:00Z

    James O’Mahony’s background is in agriculture, and a quick repair gadget he invented initially for farming machinery is what brought him make an acquaintance with the fishing industry.

  • Mermaid brings new engine range to UK market
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    Mermaid brings new engine range to UK market

    2019-08-27T11:06:00Z

    Mermaid Marine are bringing something new to the UK market with a range of diesel engines manufactured in China by Yuchai Diesel.

  • Perfect Pairing for Bristol Bay
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    Perfect Pairing for Bristol Bay

    2019-08-27T07:30:00Z

    One of the largest heavy-gauge aluminium boatbuilders in the United States, North River Boats is now offering a prop-powered fishing vessel designed specifically to meet the needs of Bristol Bay’s seasonal fishery.

  • Electric propulsion gets relevant for fishing
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    Electric propulsion gets relevant for fishing

    2019-03-03T07:00:00Z

    While many types of ships has been using diesel-electric propulsion for many years now, few fishing vessels have so far gone in this direction.

  • Sulphur limits on track at IMO
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    Sulphur limits on track at IMO

    2019-02-26T09:42:00Z

    The IMO has made substantial progress towards the its final preparations for the new global sulphur regulation which enters into force on 1st January 2020.

  • Cetus AS opts for ABC powerplant
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    Cetus AS opts for ABC powerplant

    2019-02-25T10:00:00Z

    Less than two years after last ordering a new fishing vessel from Fitjar Mek Verksted, Cetus AS went back to both Salt Ship Design and the same yard for the new pelagic vessel Vikingbank.

  • US pelagic trawler gets TMC compressors
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    US pelagic trawler gets TMC compressors

    2019-02-06T07:00:00Z

    Thoma-Sea Marine Constructors has awarded TMC Compressors of the Seas (TMC) a contract to deliver a complete marine compressed air system to a 100 metre pelagic trawler the yard is building for the Seattle-based Arctic Storm Management Group.