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China enhances its strengths
China enhances its strengths while the maritime market waits for recovery
Comparison of port efficiency for Deep Sea PCTC/RoRo Operators in a major European port
Port efficiency continues to be a weak spot for the vessel operators. Sadly, this continues to exist because most RoRo operators do not have the systems or local representation in place to gain a complete understanding of the level of efficiency in the port. At the same time, we see that the trend is to further reduce supervision of suppliers in order to save cost.
Michel van Roozendaal speaks at Ignite 19
Michel van Roozendaal speaks at Ignite 19 conference about new technologies that will enable an increasingly efficient and environmentally sustainable maritime industry
MacGregor and Zeamarine - working together to improve cargo carrying and planning efficiency
MacGregor is pleased to confirm that we are piloting our new Breakbulk Optimiser service development together with Zeamarine.
What price to put on value?
When price alone determines contract success, purchasers beware. This rarely yields economic value throughout the lifecycle and will ultimately suffocate innovation.
MacGregor Breakbulk Optimiser improves cargo carrying and planning efficiency
In the breakbulk market, tough competition between ship types has squeezed freight rates and breakbulk cargo is being carried on vessels that are not necessarily suitable for the cargo they are transporting.
Michel van Roozendaal speaks to Splash Extra about MacGregor and the newbuilding cycle
Michel van Roozendaal, President of MacGregor, was recently interviewed by Sam Chambers, Editor of Splash 247 and Splash Extra, about the current market environment and MacGregor related activities.
Servicing by the OEM saves money and secures asset value
Effective, expert maintenance, provided as part of a longer-term service commitment between OEM and customer, ensures optimum reliability, on-time responses, cost savings and effective risk management says John Carnall, Senior Vice President, Global Lifecycle Support, MacGregor.
MacGregor and TTS become one team
As of 1 August 2019, MacGregor and TTS are one team with 2,600 employees around the world, together with 200 joint venture employees.
Game-changing advances turn the tide on convention
Leveraging proven technology and extensive knowledge, MacGregor’s new fibre-rope offshore crane offers enhanced load handling at unrestricted water depths.
Pragmatism should drive the adoption of digital agendas
By focusing on a select group of commercially impactful digital solutions, enriched by customer input, near-term benefits are achievable; Dennis Mol, Vice President, Digital and New Business Transformation, MacGregor, explains how
MacGregor collaborates to help mapping the world ocean floor
MacGregor and Carnival Corporation are partnering with the International Hydrographic Organisation (IHO) and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) to use real time vessel data for hydrographic surveys. MacGregor is an ideal partner in the exciting Seabed2030 project, with our Maritime Data Engine (MDE) providing a versatile software solution designed for the collection, storage and standardisation of various type of data from Vessel Data Recorders (VDR) and other ship systems.
MSC Mediterranean Shipping Company and MacGregor
MSC and MacGregor have been cooperating for many years. MacGregor has been playing an important role in developing and introducing new innovations that improve cargo-carrying efficiency and maximise profitability. MacGregor has continuously helped MSC to translate their operational needs into new cargo system configurations and methods by supporting MSC in their daily actions and responding to their development needs.
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