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EIB and ABN AMRO provide EUR 150 million to finance green shipping
Finnlines lengthens four ships

Finnlines lengthens four ships

Naples - Finnlines, a Grimaldi Group company, will invest €70 million in a lengthening programme on four of its ships. The company, which currently employs twenty Ro-Ro units, has signed an agreement with the Remontowa shipyard that will perform the work at its Gdansk location

Double order for Vittoria Shipyard

Double order for Vittoria Shipyard

Rovigo - The Cantiere Navale Vittoria shipyard has laid down a challenge to the international market for tugboats, winning commissions from the Russian and Algerian governments worth a total of €15 million. For Russia,Vittoria will build one of the vessels that will be used for the dismantling of nuclear submarines

Eni sells gas & power retail operations in Belgium
Wärtsilä expands into solar and battery power

Wärtsilä expands into solar and battery power

Trieste - Wärtsilä,the marine engine and power plant manufacturer, is expanding into solar and battery power in the latest example of a traditional energy company diversifying beyond fossil fuels. The Finnish group has won an order to build a solar power plant at a gold mine in Burkina Faso, west Africa

Psa Voltri-Pra’, all ZPMC cranes operational

Psa Voltri-Pra’, all ZPMC cranes operational

Genova - The work of dismantling the aged quay cranes at the PSA Pra Voltri terminal at Genova’s port continues. Following the CR06 crane, it’s now the turn of the CR05 crane, the second to last of the lifting cranes dating back to the start of the terminal’s operations, in the mid-90s

Fincantieri and Ferretti announce a cooperation agreement
Pyne tours visiting Italian frigate

Pyne tours visiting Italian frigate

Adelaide - Defence Industry Minister Christopher Pyne has toured an Italian built militaryvessel in South Australia, which is one of the designs being considered in a $35 billion build of nine anti-submarine warfare frigates

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