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On April 12th, 2017, HYDRUS Group in collaboration with ALMI Tankers completed its first accredited assessment of the MRV monitoring plan for the vessel M/T ALMI SKY. The assessment was carried out by EMICERT, the world’s first accredited verifier, with great success.
Our Principals Messrs SEEPEX recently launched a VR app which enables users to directly interact with 3D models of their complete range of products.
“This app provides our customers with an interactive tool to support their maintenance tasks on our leading SCT pumps,” explains Dr. Christian Hansen, Vice President of Engineering & Innovation and CTO of the SEEPEX group.
“Without having to tediously browse the manual, technicians are digitally guided through the step-by-step instructions directly at the pump.”
Machinery Problems with fuels bunkered in Houston area ports On April 26 2018, Viswa reported that six vessels had experienced machinery fuel problems when using fuel bunkered in the US Gulf, mainly in the Houston area (Texas City, Bolivar Roads, Deer Park and Houston).
The number of ships experiencing problems has now increased to 15. Multiple suppliers and barges have supplied these fuels.
Athens, Greece, April 24, 2018. Capital Ship Management Corp. was awarded the “Best Oil Tanker Management Specialists – Europe” Sea Transport Award 2018 by UK publication “Transport News” and AI Global Media Ltd. «in order to pay further homage to those whose extraordinary work accomplishments have created a storm within the industry».
During his presentation at the last GREEN4SEA Conference, Mr. Stylianos Mavrelos, Technical Director, Capital Ship Management, addressed different compliance options and ULSFO availability. As postponement of the Sulphur cup regulation seems unlikely,
2020 Sulphur Cap is a regulation that the industry has to comply with and there is no simple solution. As different compliance options are available, the most optimum solution will be dependent on fuel price differentials and evaluation of other compliance options, which are dependent on:
ATHENS, Greece and LEER, Germany, Jan. 25, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Capital Ship Management Corp (‘Capital’) and Liberty One (‘Liberty’), today announced the establishment of a joint venture under the name ‘Capital Liberty Invest’ (‘Capital Liberty’ or the ‘Joint Venture’).
The new entity will combine the forces, excellent track record and reputation of Capital and Liberty with the aim to provide commercial and technical ship operating platforms across different shipping segments and sizes in the German shipping market.
Athens, November 26, 2017 Capital Ship Management Corp. announced that Mr. Evangelos Marinakis, the Chairman of Capital Maritime & Trading Corp., was voted as Lloyd’s List’s “Greek Shipping Personality of the Year” for 2017.
The award caps a very active year for Mr Marinakis and the Capital Group as it expanded significantly across the tanker, container and dry bulk sectors growing the fleet under management by 17 vessels to a total of 71 vessels including 45 tankers, 19 container carriers and 7 bulk carriers.