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Tuesday, August 11, 2020

Hybrid Technologies News

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Kalmar Hybrid RTGs for Argentina

Kalmar, the provider of cargo-handling solutions and services to ports and terminals,  is delivering two rubber-tyred gantry cranes (RTGs) with hybrid drivelines for Exolgan S.A. container terminal in Buenos Aires, Argentina.The order that follows the delivery of four hybrid RTGs to the terminal this December, was booked in Cargotec's 2019 Q4 order intake with delivery scheduled to take place in late 2020, said a press release from the unit of Cargotec.The Exolgan terminal in Buenos Aires is a container-handling port terminal with strategic road, rail and river transport connections.

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Wärtsilä, PSA Marine Collaborate on Clean Energy Shipping

Wärtsilä and Singapore-based PSA Marine have agreed to collaborate in the co-creation of smart technologies for the marine sector. The focus will be on solutions that are human-centric and deployable. The Letter of Intent was signed on November 14 as part of the events celebrating the anniversary of the opening of the Wärtsilä Acceleration Center in Singapore.Specific collaboration areas envisioned include the use of electric or hybrid technologies that further the use of low-emissions energy and propulsion systems…

Pic: Exolgan Container Terminal

Buenos Aires' Exolgan Orders Four Hybrid RTGs from Kalmar

Cargo handling solutions company Kalmar has signed an agreement with Exolgan S.A. to supply a total of four rubber-tyred gantry cranes (RTGs) with hybrid drivelines for its container terminal in Buenos Aires, Argentina."The order, which also includes the supply of a spare parts package for the machines, was booked in Cargotec's 2018 Q4 order intake with delivery scheduled to take place in late 2019," said a press release from Kalmar, part of Cargotec. The Exolgan terminal in Buenos Aires is a general cargo and container-handling port terminal with strategic road…

OSK-ShipTech Acquires Jørgen Petersen

OSK-ShipTech A/S has acquired consulting naval architects A/S Jørgen Petersen who has more than 40 years of experience in ship design and consulting in the marine industry. The acquisition took effect April 1, 2015. Citing strong business development within passenger vessels in recent years, OSK-ShipTech A/S welcomes the expertise and experience of A/S Jørgen Petersen, specialists in smaller passenger ferries. Going forward, the pooling of know-how of the two companies will reinforce OSKShipTech’s position covering the entire span of passenger vessels, the company said.

6.8 meter diameter propeller and matching Becker Mewis Duct

Green with Envy: the “ECO” Ship is Calling

There is no argument: International maritime transport is the most energy efficient mode of mass transportation available today. The entire world fleet contributes less than 2.7% to global CO2 emissions according to a 2007 IMO report and those emissions are shrinking as “slow-steaming” is applied to every sector. The IMO MEPC work on energy efficiency and GHG emission control has developed technical and operational reduction measures that will no doubt improve the maritime sector’s carbon footprint even further.