BG Freight to add four new “green” reefers; ABS issues guide on W2W crew transfer systems

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BG Freight to add four new “green” reefers
August 26, 2016 — BG Freight Line, Rotterdam, the Netherlands, a subsidiary of Peel Ports Group, will add four 1,004 TEU short sea feeder vessels to its Irish Sea Hub services.

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Hapag-Lloyd Cruises orders two expedition ships
Designed for cruises in polar regions in the Arctic and Antarctica and being built to Polar Class PC6, they will also be prepared for operations in warm water destinations such as the Amazon.

ABS issues guide on W2W crew transfer systems
The new “ABS Guide for Certification of Offshore Access Gangways” provides requirements for offshore access gangway system certification.

Topaz: One OSV operator with profitable first half
Business highlights in the half year included a $350 million deal signed in May to construct, supply and operate 15 vessels for a minimum period of three years for a Chevron operated TCO in Kazakhstan.

Twenty years on, MTU Series 4000 is still a leader
The engines were the first of their kind to be fitted with common rail injection as standard and the Series 4000 has gone on to become MTU’s biggest selling engine in production.

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