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SKF helps increase rotating equipment performance for BP
SKF has signed a three-year, multi-million-pound contract with BP to supply condition monitoring services to its UK offshore assets. As well as collecting data from a range of rotating equipment – including fans, motors and generators – SKF will provide analytics, reports and (Read more)
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In its 43 year history, US boat builder Viking Yacht Company has had a mission: “to build a better boat every day”. Its latest (Read more)

Building upon the “recognised performance and durability of their previous M 25 series marine engines”, the new M 25 C (Read more)

On October 15, 2007, SBF Shipbuilders in Freemont, Australia, handed over the “Tenggara Explorer”, a custom-built, (Read more)

Marintec China 2007 will probably set another record in visitor attendance and Caterpillar Marine Power Systems (CMPS) is looking (Read more)

When you call the police, you expect an immediate response, regardless of where you are, but in Hong Kong, in the P. R. China, (Read more)
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Pains Wessex launch new Compact Distress Signals
Pains Wessex have launched the new lightweight Compact Distress Signals pack. This contains three red aerial flare cartridges and an integral penjector with firing mechanism, all enclosed in a (Read more)
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Chemring Marine helps to influence Government thinking
Chemring Marine and its leading brand, Pains Wessex, are directly helping to influence Government thinking regarding the marine trade. Robert Hill has been chairman of the Marine Sector Advisory Group (Read more)