Technical ship management

Wilhelmsen and MPC Capital join forces in technical vessel management

Posted on Jul 21, 2020 1:33 PM by The maritime executive Wilhelmsen Ship Management, a third-party ship management service provider headquartered in Singapore, and Hamburg-based asset and investment manager MPC Capital AG, have agreed to combine their activities in technical port management. -containers. To this end, Wilhelmsen Ship Management acquires a 50% stake in Ahrenkiel […]

Ship maintenance

Government of Canada awards contract to support maintenance of Halifax-class ships

As stated in Canada’s defense policy, Strong, Secure, Engaged, the Government of Canada is committed to providing the Canadian Armed Forces with the modern and efficient equipment necessary to support its operations. This includes supporting the Royal Canadian Navy (RCN) combat vessel fleet to ensure they remain operationally efficient and capable until the transition to […]

Ship maintenance

The Navy mobilizes reservists to support ship maintenance

Last week, the Navy announced it was mobilizing 1,629 reservists to support maintenance of aircraft carriers and submarines at its four public shipyards from July. This mobilization will help reduce the maintenance backlog that has developed due to the Covid-19 pandemic. In March, Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) authorized weather and safety holidays for shipyard […]

Ship maintenance

Bath Iron Works wins additional $ 42.8 million contract for vessel maintenance and modernization

The $ 42.8 million contract will fund updates and maintenance work on the Naval Fleet’s Arleigh Burke-class destroyers, such as the USS Thomas Hudner, pictured above. Photo courtesy of Bath Iron Works BATH – The Navy awarded Bath Iron Works an addition of nearly $ 43 million to a previous contract to continue to perform […]

Ship maintenance

The Navy mobilizes reservists as part of the SurgeMain program to support vessel maintenance> Naval Sea Systems Command> Module Saved News

WASHINGTON – The Navy is mobilizing 1,629 reservists to support the maintenance of aircraft carriers and submarines at its four public shipyards from July. This mobilization will help reduce the maintenance backlog that has developed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In March, Naval Sea Systems Command (NAVSEA) authorized weather and safety holidays for shipyard personnel […]

Ship managers

Ship managers resort to charter flights for crews on the move as deadline approaches

Indian ship and crew management companies use charter flights to move sailors to and from overseas ports. The move is likely to bring business to struggling private airlines, such as SpiceJet, which have been hit by two-month restrictions on air travel to fight the coronavirus. While international flights have yet to resume operations to India, […]