Wight Shipyard to build four ferries for Malta; AWO comments on electronic chart and publications requirements Posted on November 30, 2019 by News Editor Wight Shipyard to build four ferries for Malta November 29, 2019 – U.K. shipbuilder books its largest export order thus far. http://bbn.firetrench.com http://broadlyboatnews.com http://ftnews.firetrench.com AWO comments on electronic chart and publications requirements The association is concerned by a proposal that publications that must be available as a “ready reference” and must be displayable within 2 minutes. Mobile ballast water treatment system available in Port of Hamburg Maritime waste specialist Jongen GmbH deploys Damen InvaSave uni. CMS offers solution for low-sulfur fuel engine starting problems Fuel Rail Booster pump upgrade for RT-flex engines guarantees and maintains the fuel rail pressure required for a clean, first-time start. K Line to manage Singapore LNG bunkering vessel Kawasaki Kisen Kaisha signs ship management agreement with FueLNG Pte. Ltd. Marine Log’s TTB event will include a shipyard tour The conference and expo, which next year is being held March 24 and 25 in Mobile, Ala., will offer a behind-the-scenes tour of Metal Shark’s shipyard in Bayou La Batre, Ala., on March 23 for a limited number of guests.