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De Nora Signs Service Deal with N-KOM

Dimitrios Tsoulos, Regional Sales Manager EMEA, De Nora Marine Technologies, (R) is joined by Georgios Moutzourogeorgos, Chief Commercial & Business Development Officer, N-KOM, during the formal signing of the service subcontracting agreement with N-KOM, to expand service convenience for De Nora BWMS installed on vessels trading in the Gulf region. (Photo: De Nora)

De Nora Marine Technologies, LLC, said it has entered a formal service subcontracting agreement with Nakilat-Keppel Offshore & Marine (N-KOM), one of the largest shipyard and offshore repair facilities in the Middle East, located at Ras Laffan Industrial City, Qatar.The deal will expand service

Optimarin Maintains BWTS Deliveries Amid Supply Chain Challenges

Optimarin is maintaining BWTS deliveries in the face of supply chain challenges that have disrupted shipping trade (Photo: Tom Fisk / Pexels)

Norwegian ballast water treatment systems manufacturer Optimarin said it has so far been able to overcome global supply chain challenges by leveraging a flexible delivery model for key components for its systems.While the world continues to deal with supply chain issues brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic and the Ukraine crisis,

Langh Tech BWMS Receives IMO Approval

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Finnish marine technology manufacturer Langh Tech Oy Ab said it has received the International Maritime Organization (IMO) Marine Environment Protection Committee (MEPC) type approval certificate for its LanghBW ballast water management system (BWMS) on May 12, 2022. The type approval project was carried

Filtersafe Develops New UV BWMS Filter

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Filtersafe announced the launch of its new ‘MANTA’ filter series, specifically engineered for UV based ballast water management systems (BWMS).The high-performance filter is able to remove 99.6% of organisms over 50 μm to ensure that ship owners and operators will be compliant with the

BIO-UV Adds FGS as Italian Representative

Left to right: Gabriel Malterre, Sales Manager BIO-SEA; Franck Perier, Technical Supervisor BIO-SEA; David Pinza, Sales Manager, FGS; Simone Trevale, Sales Manager FGS; Alessandro Biggio, CEO FGS; Alfonso Rey Espana, Business Director, Progener; and Camille Cosson, Sales Manager BIO-SEA (Photo: BIO-UV)

Ballast water treatment system manufacturer BIO-UV Group announced it has tapped La Spezia-based Fluid Global Solutions (FGS) for the sale and delivery of its BIO-SEA ballast water treatment systems to Italian operators, builders and repairers of all ship types, including offshore and naval vessels.

Scienco/FAST’s InTank BWTS Contracted for Vallianz Barges

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Water treatment systems company Scienco/FAST announced it has secured contracts to supply two of its InTank ballast water treatment systems (BWTS) for offshore services provider Vallianz Holdings. The systems will be installed aboard the project barges Holmen Pacific and Holmen Atlantic.According to the manufacturer,

BIO-UV's BIO-SEA M-Series BWTS Gets USCG Type Approval

The new BIO-SEA M-Series is based on multi-lamp reactors, equipped with two-to-seven lamps in a single chamber (Image: BIO-UV Group)

The new BIO-SEA M-Series ballast water treatment system BIO-UV Group introduced last year has received type approval certification from the United States Coast Guard (USCG).The France-based UV water treatment specialist received USCG certification in December following the successful completion of tests under DNV supervision.

Ballast Water Management: Techcross Reports Record Start to 2022

BWMSs ready for shipping in Techcross Busan factory. Photo courtesy Techcross

Despite the prolonged COVID-19, Techcross reports that it has kicked off the new year with a new record in amount of order, FAT and shipments in January 2022.As of the third week of January, Techcross sold Ballast Water Management Systems (BWMS) for 81 ships, representing already its largest January amount of order,

Damen to Offer ERMA FIRST's Compact oneTANK BWTS

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Dutch shipbuilding group Damen has signed its first contact with ballast water treatment systems (BWTS) manufacturer ERMA FIRST. The Greek manufacturer ERMA FIRST will supply its oneTANK, which is the world’s smallest BWTS, using chemical injection methods to clean ships’ ballast water.Damen

RWO's BWMS Earns USCG Type Approval

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The U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) said its Marine Safety Center issued type approval to RWO GmbH for its ballast water management system (BWMS) after a detailed review of the manufacturer’s application determined the system met the requirements of 46 CFR 162.060.The treatment principle of the CleanBallast-Ocean