An empty slot is wasted money
Tough markets and changing requirements dictate that operators should regularly check to see if their container ships are as productive as they can possibly be; no opportunities should be missedRead more
Can the maritime industry heal itself?
Maritime transport, the backbone of global trade, transporting over 90 percent of the world’s cargo, is suffering. Two key problems are a growing greenhouse gas (GHG) emission issue, which must be brought under control and a prolonged period of unsustainably low profits for stakeholders.
Combined expertise cuts wind turbine installation times
A new monopile installation solution, developed between MacGregor and Kongsberg Maritime, eliminates unnecessary temporary mooring, offering substantial savings to the offshore wind energy market
MacGregor technology for smart, safe and more efficient solutions throughout the lifecycle
MacGregor continuously develops solutions that are smarter, safer and more efficient and thus creates value for our customers throughout their vessel`s lifetime.
New-generation bow loading system showcases improved connections
New-generation bow loading system showcases improved connections Delivering significant improvements over previous versions, the 5th generation Pusnes bow loading system offers increased connection angles, delivering wider operating parameters to ensure success where traditional systems struggle
Specialist mooring solution secures first floating wind farm
MacGregor's specialist mooring solution secures first floating wind farm. After six months in operation, the world’s first floating wind farm, Hywind, is performing above expectations according to owners Statoil. It is achieving an average capacity of 65 percent – in comparison with typical capacities of between 45-60 percent for fixed offshore wind farms – despite one hurricane, one winter storm and wave heights of up to 8.2m.
Cross-industry collaborations bring autonomous future closer
MacGregor takes its place at the collaboration table in shaping the industry’s more efficient, safer future and for making unmanned shipping a viable proposition
Collaboration targets critical mooring line analysis
As offshore energy production continues to expand into deeper waters, a joint research project is underway to develop methods to reduce the probability of mooring line failures in floating installations
High-stakes at sea require a robust safety culture
High-value investments, combined with a high-risk environment, set special requirements for marine equipment reliability and quality; a safe industry depends on operators having reliable partners