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Canada chooses BAE-Lockheed proposal to build frigates

Canada chooses BAE-Lockheed proposal to build frigates

Ottawa - Canada has chosen a BAE Systems and Lockheed Martin-led team as the “preferred bidder” for a potential contract worth more than $45 billion to build new frigates for the Royal Canadian Navy. The two major defense contractors had pitched a proposal centered on BAE’s Type 26 Global Combat Ship design

Port of Singapore to launch 3D printing facility

Port of Singapore to launch 3D printing facility

Singapore - The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore has signed two memoranda of understanding for the use of additive manufacturing, also known as 3D printing, in the maritime sector. The agreements should give birth to the world’s first on-site additive manufacturing production facility

Novatek to build LNG terminal in Germany

Novatek to build LNG terminal in Germany

Rostock - Rostock LNG , a joint venture between Russian gas producer Novatek and Belgium’s gas transmission operator Fluxys , has signed a land lease agreement with the Port of Rostock with a view to building and operating a mid-scale liquefied natural gas (LNG) storage terminal in the port

Antwerp and Abu Dhabi sign blockchain deal

Antwerp and Abu Dhabi sign blockchain deal

Antwerp - United Arab Emirates Maqta Gateway, an Abu Dhabi Ports subsidiary, unveiled that it began implementing the first international blockchain pilot testing project in partnership with the Port of Antwerp in Belgium

Wärtsilä launches innovation hub in Singapore

Wärtsilä launches innovation hub in Singapore

Singapore - The technology group Wärtsilä has announced the opening of its Acceleration Centre in Singapore. This purpose-built centre, says Wärtsilä in its press release, promotes innovation and collaboration with industry, academia, and local partners to strengthen and develop Singapore’s maritime ecosystem

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