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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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Mr Torbjørn Andersen has been employed as head of Corporate Communications and Investor Relations in Aker Yards. Andersen comes (Read more)

Ultra Dynamics, manufacturer of the UltraJet range of waterjets report that waterjets are currently the first choice of propulsion (Read more)

Aker Yards has been awarded a contract by Reederei F. Laeisz GmbH in Rostock (Germany) to build six container ships of the newly (Read more)

In the week starting August 13, 2007 the first Cat C7 ACERT marine engine left Caterpillar’s new Marine Centre of Excellence (Read more)

When UK-based boat builder Multimarine Composites Ltd was chosen to build the revolutionary “Maryslim”, it needed an engine (Read more)
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Bearings improve efficiency and safety of marine drives
Luxury cruise liner 'Celebrity Solstice', which was put to sea for her maiden voyage at the end of 2008, uses drive technology that incorporates sophisticated bearing technology from Schaeffler. The (Read more)
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Ambex and Domo unveil SeaVue, a “secure situational awareness system” for RIB’s
Ambex Ltd and Domo have launched the highly impressive SeaVue. SeaVue is a secure situational awareness system for the law enforcement of daughter crafts. It allows a RIB to be deployed at long range (Read more)